Recognition of ASF1 by using hydrocarbon‐constrained peptides

M.M. Bakail, S. Rodriguez‐Marin, Z. Hegedüs, M.E. Perrin, F. Ochsenbein, A.J. Wilson, ChemBioChem 20 (2019) 891–895.


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Bakail, MayIST Austria; Rodriguez‐Marin, Silvia; Hegedüs, Zsófia; Perrin, Marie E.; Ochsenbein, Françoise; Wilson, Andrew J.
Abstract
Inhibiting the histone H3–ASF1 (anti‐silencing function 1) protein–protein interaction (PPI) represents a potential approach for treating numerous cancers. As an α‐helix‐mediated PPI, constraining the key histone H3 helix (residues 118–135) is a strategy through which chemical probes might be elaborated to test this hypothesis. In this work, variant H3118–135 peptides bearing pentenylglycine residues at the i and i+4 positions were constrained by olefin metathesis. Biophysical analyses revealed that promotion of a bioactive helical conformation depends on the position at which the constraint is introduced, but that the potency of binding towards ASF1 is unaffected by the constraint and instead that enthalpy–entropy compensation occurs.
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2019-04-01
Journal Title
ChemBioChem
Volume
20
Issue
7
Page
891-895
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Bakail MM, Rodriguez‐Marin S, Hegedüs Z, Perrin ME, Ochsenbein F, Wilson AJ. Recognition of ASF1 by using hydrocarbon‐constrained peptides. ChemBioChem. 2019;20(7):891-895. doi:10.1002/cbic.201800633
Bakail, M. M., Rodriguez‐Marin, S., Hegedüs, Z., Perrin, M. E., Ochsenbein, F., & Wilson, A. J. (2019). Recognition of ASF1 by using hydrocarbon‐constrained peptides. ChemBioChem. Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbic.201800633
Bakail, May M, Silvia Rodriguez‐Marin, Zsófia Hegedüs, Marie E. Perrin, Françoise Ochsenbein, and Andrew J. Wilson. “Recognition of ASF1 by Using Hydrocarbon‐constrained Peptides.” ChemBioChem. Wiley, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbic.201800633.
M. M. Bakail, S. Rodriguez‐Marin, Z. Hegedüs, M. E. Perrin, F. Ochsenbein, and A. J. Wilson, “Recognition of ASF1 by using hydrocarbon‐constrained peptides,” ChemBioChem, vol. 20, no. 7. Wiley, pp. 891–895, 2019.
Bakail MM, Rodriguez‐Marin S, Hegedüs Z, Perrin ME, Ochsenbein F, Wilson AJ. 2019. Recognition of ASF1 by using hydrocarbon‐constrained peptides. ChemBioChem. 20(7), 891–895.
Bakail, May M., et al. “Recognition of ASF1 by Using Hydrocarbon‐constrained Peptides.” ChemBioChem, vol. 20, no. 7, Wiley, 2019, pp. 891–95, doi:10.1002/cbic.201800633.
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