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Cumulative mutagenesis of the basic residues in the 201-218 region of insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-binding protein-5 results in progressive loss of both IGF-I binding and inhibition of IGF-I biological action

Allan, G.J. and Tonner, E. and Szymanowska, M. and Shand, J. and Kelly, S.M. and Phillips, K. and Clegg, R.A. and Gow, I.F. and Beattie, J. and Flint, D.J. (2005) Cumulative mutagenesis of the basic residues in the 201-218 region of insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-binding protein-5 results in progressive loss of both IGF-I binding and inhibition of IGF-I biological action. Endocrinology, 147 (1). pp. 338-349. ISSN 0013-7227

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    Abstract

    We have reported previously that mutation of two conserved nonbasic amino acids (G203 and Q209) within the highly basic 201–218 region in the C-terminal domain of IGF-binding protein-5 (IGFBP-5) decreases binding to IGFs. This study reveals that cumulative mutagenesis of the 10 basic residues in this region, to create the C-Term series of mutants, ultimately results in a 15-fold decrease in the affinity for IGF-I and a major loss in heparin binding. We examined the ability of mutants to inhibit IGF-mediated survival of MCF-7 cells and were able to demonstrate that this depended not only upon the affinity for IGF-I, but also the kinetics of this interaction, because IGFBP-5 mutants with similar affinity constants (KD) values, but with different association (Ka) and dissociation (Kd) rate values, had markedly different inhibitory properties. In contrast, the affinity for IGF-I provided no predictive value in terms of the ability of these mutants to enhance IGF action when bound to the substratum. Instead, these C-Term mutants appeared to enhance the actions of IGF-I by a combination of increased dissociation of IGF-IGFBP complexes from the substratum, together with dissociation of IGF-I from IGFBP-5 bound to the substratum. These effects of the IGFBPs were dependent upon binding to IGF-I, because a non-IGF binding mutant (N-Term) was unable to inhibit or enhance the actions of IGF-I. These results emphasize the importance of the kinetics of association/dissociation in determining the enhancing or inhibiting effects of IGFBP-5 and demonstrate the ability to generate an IGFBP-5 mutant with exclusively IGF-enhancing activity.

    Item type: Article
    ID code: 10436
    Keywords: growth factors-cytokines-oncogenes , Pharmacy and materia medica
    Subjects: Medicine > Pharmacy and materia medica
    Department: Faculty of Science > Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
    Faculty of Science > Institute of Photonics
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      Depositing user: Strathprints Administrator
      Date Deposited: 28 Sep 2011 15:31
      Last modified: 21 Jul 2013 01:39
      URI: http://strathprints.strath.ac.uk/id/eprint/10436

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