The steric gate amino acid tyrosine 112 is required for efficient mismatched-primer extension by human DNA polymerase kappa.

Abstract:

:Human DNA is continuously damaged by exogenous and endogenous genotoxic insults. To counteract DNA damage and ensure the completion of DNA replication, cells possess specialized DNA polymerases (Pols) that bypass a variety of DNA lesions. Human DNA polymerase kappa (hPolkappa) is a member of the Y-family of DNA Pols and a direct counterpart of DinB in Escherichia coli. hPolkappa is characterized by its ability to bypass several DNA adducts [e.g., benzo[a]pyrene diolepoxide-N(2)-deoxyguanine (BPDE-N(2)-dG) and thymine glycol] and efficiently extend primers with mismatches at the termini. hPolkappa is structurally distinct from E. coli DinB in that it possesses an approximately 100-amino acid extension at the N-terminus. Here, we report that tyrosine 112 (Y112), the steric gate amino acid of hPolkappa, which distinguishes dNTPs from rNTPs by sensing the 2'-hydroxy group of incoming nucleotides, plays a crucial role in extension reactions with mismatched primer termini. When Y112 was replaced with alanine, the amino acid change severely reduced the catalytic constant, i.e., k(cat), of the extending mismatched primers and lowered the efficiency, i.e., k(cat)/K(m), of this process by approximately 400-fold compared with that of the wild-type enzyme. In contrast, the amino acid replacement did not reduce the insertion efficiency of dCMP opposite BPDE-N(2)-dG in template DNA, nor did it affect the ability of hPolkappa to bind strongly to template-primer DNA with BPDE-N(2)-dG/dCMP. We conclude that the steric gate of hPolkappa is a major fidelity factor that regulates extension reactions from mismatched primer termini.

journal_name

Biochemistry

journal_title

Biochemistry

authors

Niimi N,Sassa A,Katafuchi A,Grúz P,Fujimoto H,Bonala RR,Johnson F,Ohta T,Nohmi T

doi

10.1021/bi900153t

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2009-05-26 00:00:00

pages

4239-46

issue

20

eissn

0006-2960

issn

1520-4995

journal_volume

48

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