Regulation of NADPH oxidase activity in phagocytes: relationship between FAD/NADPH binding and oxidase complex assembly.

Franck Debeurme 1 Antoine Picciocchi 1 Marie-Claire Dagher 1 Didier Grunwald 2 Sylvain Beaumel 1 Franck Fieschi 3 Marie-José Stasia 1, *
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1 TheREx
TIMC-IMAG - Techniques de l'Ingénierie Médicale et de la Complexité - Informatique, Mathématiques et Applications [Grenoble]
2 ANTE-INSERM U836, équipe 4, Muscles et pathologies
BIG - Institut de Biosciences et de Biotechnologies de Grenoble (ex-IRTSV)
Abstract : The X(+)-linked chronic granulomatous disease (X(+)-CGD) variants are natural mutants characterized by defective NADPH oxidase activity but with normal Nox2 expression. According to the three-dimensional model of the cytosolic Nox2 domain, most of the X(+)-CGD mutations are located in/or close to the FAD/NADPH binding regions. A structure/function study of this domain was conducted in X(+)-CGD PLB-985 cells exactly mimicking 10 human variants: T341K, C369R, G408E, G408R, P415H, P415L, Δ507QKT509-HIWAinsert, C537R, L546P, and E568K. Diaphorase activity is defective in all these mutants. NADPH oxidase assembly is normal for P415H/P415L and T341K mutants where mutation occurs in the consensus sequences of NADPH- and FAD-binding sites, respectively. This is in accordance with their buried position in the three-dimensional model of the cytosolic Nox2 domain. FAD incorporation is abolished only in the T341K mutant explaining its absence of diaphorase activity. This demonstrates that NADPH oxidase assembly can occur without FAD incorporation. In addition, a defect of NADPH binding is a plausible explanation for the diaphorase activity inhibition in the P415H, P415L, and C537R mutants. In contrast, Cys-369, Gly-408, Leu-546, and Glu-568 are essential for NADPH oxidase complex assembly. However, according to their position in the three-dimensional model of the cytosolic domain of Nox2, only Cys-369 could be in direct contact with cytosolic factors during oxidase assembly. In addition, the defect in oxidase assembly observed in the C369R, G408E, G408R, and E568K mutants correlates with the lack of FAD incorporation. Thus, the NADPH oxidase assembly process and FAD incorporation are closely related events essential for the diaphorase activity of Nox2.
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Journal of Biological Chemistry, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2010, 285 (43), pp.33197-208. 〈10.1074/jbc.M110.151555〉
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Franck Debeurme, Antoine Picciocchi, Marie-Claire Dagher, Didier Grunwald, Sylvain Beaumel, et al.. Regulation of NADPH oxidase activity in phagocytes: relationship between FAD/NADPH binding and oxidase complex assembly.. Journal of Biological Chemistry, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2010, 285 (43), pp.33197-208. 〈10.1074/jbc.M110.151555〉. 〈inserm-00763398〉

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