Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/70355
標題: Nitric oxide physiological responses and delivery mechanisms probed by water-soluble Roussin's red ester and {Fe(NO)(2)}(10) DNIC
作者: Chen, Y.J.
Ku, W.C.
Feng, L.T.
Tsai, M.L.
Hsieh, C.H.
Hsu, W.H.
Liaw, W.F.
Hung, C.H.
關鍵字: dinitrosyl-iron complexes;electron-paramagnetic-resonance;metal;nitrosyl complexes;thiol-containing ligands;protein s-nitrosylation;isolated tail artery;black salt;noradrenaline release;pickled;vegetables;cell-proliferation
Project: Journal of the American Chemical Society
期刊/報告no:: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 130, Issue 33, Page(s) 10929-10938.
摘要: 
Dinitrosyl-iron complexes (DNICs) are stable carriers for nitric oxide (NO), an important biological signaling molecule and regulator. However, the insolubility of synthetic DNICs, such as Roussin's red ester (RRE), in water has impaired efforts to unravel their biological functions. Here, we report a water-soluble and structurally well-characterized FIRE [Fe(mu-SC(2)H(4)COOH)(NO)(2)](2) (DNIC-1) and a{(Fe(NO)(2)}(10) DNIC [(PPh(2)(Ph-3-SO(3)Na))(2)Fe(NO)(2)] (DNIC-2), their NO-induced protein regulation, and their cellular uptake mechanism using immortalized vascular endothelial cells as a model. Compared with the most common NO donor, S-nitroso-N-acetyl-penicillamine (SNAP), the in vitro NO release assay showed that both DNICs acted as much slower yet higher stoichiometric NO-release agents with low cytotoxicity (IC(50) > 1 mM). Furthermore, L-cysteine facilitated NO release from SNAP and DNIC-1,, but not DNIC-2, in a dose- and time-dependent manner. EPR spectroscopic analysis showed, for the first time, that intact DNIC-1 can either diffuse or be transported into cells independently and can transform to either paramagnetic protein bound DNIC in the presence of serum or [DNIC-(CyS)(2)] with excess L-cysteine under serum-free conditions. Both DNICs subsequently induced NO-dependent upregulation of cellular heat shock protein 70 and in vivo protein S-nitrosylation. We conclude that both novel water-soluble DNICs have potential to release physiologically relevant quantities of NO and can be a good model for deciphering how iron-sulfur-nitrosyl compounds permeate into the cell membrane and for elucidating their physiological significance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/70355
ISSN: 0002-7863
DOI: 10.1021/ja711494m
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