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Affinity-Based Protein Profiling Reveals Cellular Targets of Photoreactive Anticancer Inhibitors
Ma,Nan1; Zhang,Zhi Min1; Lee,Jun Seok3; Cheng,Ke1; Lin,Ligen4; Zhang,Dong Mei1; Hao,Piliang2; Ding,Ke1; Ye,Wen Cai1; Li,Zhengqiu1
Source PublicationACS Chemical Biology

Affinity-based protein profiling has proven to be a powerful method in target identification of bioactive molecules. Here, this technology was applied in two photoreactive anticancer inhibitors, arenobufagin and HM30181. Using UV irradiation, these photoreactive reagents can covalently cross-link to target proteins, leading to a covalent binding with target proteins. Moreover, the cellular on/off targets of these two molecules, including ATP1A1, MDR1, PARP1, DDX5, NOP2, RAB6A, and ERGIC1 were first identified by affinity-based protein profiling and bioimaging approaches. The protein hit, PARP1, was further validated to be involved in the function of the anticancer effects.

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WOS Research AreaBiochemistry & Molecular Biology
WOS SubjectBiochemistry & Molecular Biology
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Corresponding AuthorHao,Piliang; Ding,Ke; Ye,Wen Cai; Li,Zhengqiu
Affiliation1.School of Pharmacy,Jinan University,Guangzhou City Key Laboratory of Precision Chemical Drug Development,International Cooperative Laboratory of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Modernization and Innovative Drug Development Ministry of Education of People's Re
2.School of Life Science and Technology,ShanghaiTech University,Shanghai,393 Middle Huaxia Road,201210,China
3.Molecular Recognition Research Center,Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST),Seoul,136-791,South Korea
4.State Key Laboratory of Quality Research in Chinese Medicine,Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences,University of Macau,Taipa,999078,Macao
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Ma,Nan,Zhang,Zhi Min,Lee,Jun Seok,et al. Affinity-Based Protein Profiling Reveals Cellular Targets of Photoreactive Anticancer Inhibitors[J]. ACS Chemical Biology,2019,14(12):2546-2552.
APA Ma,Nan,Zhang,Zhi Min,Lee,Jun Seok,Cheng,Ke,Lin,Ligen,Zhang,Dong Mei,Hao,Piliang,Ding,Ke,Ye,Wen Cai,&Li,Zhengqiu.(2019).Affinity-Based Protein Profiling Reveals Cellular Targets of Photoreactive Anticancer Inhibitors.ACS Chemical Biology,14(12),2546-2552.
MLA Ma,Nan,et al."Affinity-Based Protein Profiling Reveals Cellular Targets of Photoreactive Anticancer Inhibitors".ACS Chemical Biology 14.12(2019):2546-2552.
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