HIV-1 IN alternative molecular recognition of DNA induced by raltegravir resistance mutations

Abstract : Virologic failure during treatment with raltegravir, the first effective drug targeting HIV integrase, is associated with two exclusive pathways involving either Q148H/R/K, G140S/A or N155H mutations. We carried out a detailed analysis of the molecular and structural effects of these mutations. We observed no topological change in the integrase core domain, with conservation of a newly identified V-shaped hairpin containing the Q148 residue, in particular. In contrast, the mutations greatly altered the specificity of DNA recognition by integrase. The native residues displayed a clear preference for adenine, whereas the mutant residues strongly favored pyrimidines. Raltegravir may bind to N155 and/or Q148 residues as an adenine bioisoster. This may account for the selected mutations impairing raltegravir binding while allowing alternative DNA recognition by integrase. This study opens up new opportunities for the design of integrase inhibitors active against raltegravir-resistant viruses. Copyright Cop. 2009 John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. Supporting information may be found in the online version of this article.
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J.-F. Mouscadet, Rakesh Arora, J. André, Jean-Christophe Lambry, O. Delelis, et al.. HIV-1 IN alternative molecular recognition of DNA induced by raltegravir resistance mutations. Journal of Molecular Recognition, Wiley, 2009, 22 (6), pp.480-494. ⟨10.1002/jmr.970⟩. ⟨hal-00811679⟩

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