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Inhibitor binding mode and allosteric regulation of Na+-glucose symporters.

Journal article
Authors Paola Bisignano
Chiara Ghezzi
Hyunil Jo
Nicholas F Polizzi
Thorsten Althoff
Chakrapani Kalyanaraman
Rosmarie Friemann
Matthew P Jacobson
Ernest M Wright
Michael Grabe
Published in Nature communications
Volume 9
Issue 1
Pages 5245
ISSN 2041-1723
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology
Centre for antibiotic resistance research, CARe
Pages 5245
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-07700...
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...
Subject categories Biochemistry, Molecular biophysics, Medicinal Chemistry

Abstract

Sodium-dependent glucose transporters (SGLTs) exploit sodium gradients to transport sugars across the plasma membrane. Due to their role in renal sugar reabsorption, SGLTs are targets for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Current therapeutics are phlorizin derivatives that contain a sugar moiety bound to an aromatic aglycon tail. Here, we develop structural models of human SGLT1/2 in complex with inhibitors by combining computational and functional studies. Inhibitors bind with the sugar moiety in the sugar pocket and the aglycon tail in the extracellular vestibule. The binding poses corroborate mutagenesis studies and suggest a partial closure of the outer gate upon binding. The models also reveal a putative Na+ binding site in hSGLT1 whose disruption reduces the transport stoichiometry to the value observed in hSGLT2 and increases inhibition by aglycon tails. Our work demonstrates that subtype selectivity arises from Na+-regulated outer gate closure and a variable region in extracellular loop EL5.

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