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Ligand‐Dissociation‐Type N,N‐Dimethylaminopyrene Probes for In‐Situ Site‐Specific Protein Labeling

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To develop practical methods for in-situ labeling of target proteins, dmpy-NASA-DACN tags were synthesized. Strain-promoted azide-alkyne cyclization of these tags with azide-conjugated ligands gave ligand-dissociation-type probes. Specific labeling of target proteins, affinity-purification and MS analysis of dmpy-labeled products, and molecular modeling studies established their binding modes.


Abstract

To develop practical methods for in-situ labeling of target proteins and to analyze their binding modes with bioactive ligands, 6-N,N-dimethylaminopyrene-N-acyl-N-alkylsulfonamide-4,8-diazacyclononyne (dmpy-NASA-DACN) tags were synthesized. Strain-promoted azide-alkyne cyclization with azide-conjugated ligands (biotin and sulfonamide) gave ligand-dissociation-type dmpy probes. With these probes, specific labeling of avidin and human carboxylase 1 (hCA1) proceeded even in the presence of cell lysate proteins in ca. 10% RIPA buffer. Affinity purification, in-gel tryptic digestion on polystyrene gel, and MALDI MS analysis established the dmpy-labeled positions of target proteins. Molecular modeling studies also supported why the dmpy-labeling reactions proceeded site-specifically near ligand-binding sites on the target proteins. Our findings might contribute to the development of chemical probes that specifically label various biomacromolecules in cells.

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