alexa 3'-Deoxy-NAD+ as a substrate for poly(ADP-ribose)polymerase and the reaction mechanism of poly(ADP-ribose) elongation.
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Author(s): AlvarezGonzalez R

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Adenyl-32P-Labeled 3'-deoxy-NAD+ was utilized as a substrate by pure DNA-dependent poly(ADP-ribose)polymerase (EC 2.4.2.30) from calf thymus in the automodification reaction with an apparent Km of 20 microM and a Vmax of 80 nmol/min/mg of protein. Analysis by lithium lauryl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis revealed a single 32P-labeled protein of 116-kDa which comigrated with automodified enzyme. Addition of increasing amounts of histone H1 up to a concentration of 15 micrograms/ml stimulated the synthesis of protein-bound polymers of 3'-deoxy-ADP-ribose. However, the average polymer size was equal to 2 in the presence and 4 in the absence of histone H1, respectively. The synthesis of protein-bound oligomers of 3'-deoxy-ADP-ribose was inhibited by the polymerase inhibitors benzamide, nicotinamide, thymidine, and NaCl. A pulse labeling of polymer synthesis with 40 microM [32P]3'-deoxy-NAD+ either in the presence or absence of 15 micrograms/ml of histone H1, followed by a chase with 1 mM [3H]NAD+, was used to determine the mechanism of poly(ADP-ribose) elongation. Following enzyme digestion of these polymers with phosphodiesterase, it was found that 52 and 24% of the total 32P radiolabel was associated with the 3'-deoxy-AMP termini of the polymers synthesized in the pulse reactions, in the presence or absence of histone H1, respectively. In contrast, less than 10% of the total radioactivity was associated with 3'-deoxy-AMP in the product of the chase reactions. These results are consistent with the conclusion that the initially attached residue of 3'-deoxy-ADP-ribose to either the polymerase or histone H1, is elongated by the "protein-distal" addition of ADP-ribose residues to the AMP terminus of the growing polymer chain.

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This article was published in J Biol Chem and referenced in Immunome Research

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