Different affinities of glycosaminoglycan oligosaccharides for monomeric and dimeric interleukin-8: a model for chemokine regulation at inflammatory sites.
Pye, David A
Gallagher, John T
Kungl, Andreas J
AffiliationInstitute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Protein Chemistry and Biophysics Group, University of Graz, Universitätsplatz 1, A-8010 Graz, Austria.
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AbstractThe binding of interleukin-8 (IL-8) to heparan sulfate (HS) proteoglycans on the surface of endothelial cells is crucial for the recruitment of neutrophils to an inflammatory site. Fluorescence anisotropy measurements yielded an IL-8 dimerization constant of 120 nM. The binding affinities, obtained by isothermal fluorescence titration, of size-defined heparin and HS oligosaccharides to the chemokine were found to depend on the oligomerization state of IL-8: high affinity was detected for monomeric and low affinity was detected for dimeric IL-8, referring to a self-regulatory mechanism for its chemoattractant effect. The highest affinity for monomeric IL-8 was detected for the HS octamer with a K(d) < 5 nM whereas the dissociation constants of dimeric IL-8 were found in the medium micromolar range. No indication for increasing affinities for monomeric IL-8 with increasing oligosaccharide chain length was found. Instead, a periodic pattern was obtained for the dissociation constants of the GAG oligosaccharides with respect to chain length, referring to optimum and least optimum chain lengths for IL-8 binding. GAG disaccharides were identified to be the minimum length for chemokine binding. Conformational changes of the dimeric chemokine, determined using CD spectroscopy, were detected only for the IL-8/HS complexes and not for heparin, pointing to an HS-induced activation of the chemokine with respect to receptor binding. Thermal unfolding of IL-8 yielded a single transition at 56 degrees C which was completely prevented by the presence of undigested HS or heparin, indicating structural stabilization, thereby prolonging the biological effect of the chemokine.
CitationDifferent affinities of glycosaminoglycan oligosaccharides for monomeric and dimeric interleukin-8: a model for chemokine regulation at inflammatory sites. 2002, 41 (5):1640-6 Biochemistry
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