Adenine-DNA adduct derived from the nitroreduction of 6-nitrochrysene is more resistant to nucleotide excision repair than guanine-DNA adducts

Jacek Krzeminski, Konstantin Kropachev, Dara Reeves, Aleksandr Kolbanovskiy, Marina Kolbanovskiy, Kun-Ming Chen, Arun Sharma, Nicholas Geacintov, Shantu Amin, Karam El-Bayoumy

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Previous studies in rats, mice, and in vitro systems showed that 6-NC can be metabolically activated by two major pathways: (1) the formation of N-hydroxy-6-aminochrysene by nitroreduction to yield three major adducts, N-(dG-8-yl)-6-AC, 5-(dG-N2-yl)-6-AC, and N-(dA-8-yl)-6-AC, and (2) the formation of trans-1,2-dihydroxy-1,2-dihydro-6-hydroxylaminochrysene (1,2-DHD-6-NHOH-C) by a combination of nitroreduction and ring oxidation pathways to yield N-(dG-8-yl)-1,2-DHD-6-AC, 5-(dG-N2-yl)-1,2-DHD-6-AC and N-(dA-8-yl)-1,2-DHD-6-AC. These DNA lesions are likely to cause mutations if they are not removed by cellular defense mechanisms before DNA replication occurs. Here, we compared for the first time, in HeLa cell extracts in vitro, the relative nucleotide excision repair (NER) efficiencies of DNA lesions derived from simple nitroreduction and from a combination of nitroreduction and ring oxidation pathways. We show that the N-(dG-8-yl)-1,2-DHD-6-AC adduct is more resistant to NER than the N-(dG-8-yl)-6-AC adduct by a factor of ∼2. Furthermore, the N-(dA-8-yl)-6-AC is much more resistant to repair since its NER efficiency is ∼8-fold lower than that of the N-(dG-8-yl)-6-AC adduct. On the basis of our previous study and the present investigation, lesions derived from 6-NC and benzo[a]pyrene can be ranked from the most to the least resistant lesion as follows: N-(dA-8-yl)-6-AC > N-(dG-8-yl)-1,2-DHD-6-AC > 5-(dG-N2-yl)-6-AC ≃ N-(dG-8-yl)-6-AC ≃ (+)-7R,8S,9S,10S- benzo[a]pyrene diol epoxide-derived trans-anti-benzo[a]pyrene-N2-dG adduct. The slow repair of the various lesions derived from 6-NC and thus their potential persistence in mammalian tissue could in part account for the powerful carcinogenicity of 6-NC as compared to B[a]P in the rat mammary gland.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1746-1754
Number of pages9
JournalChemical Research in Toxicology
Volume26
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 18 2013

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DNA Adducts
Guanine
Adenine
DNA Repair
Repair
Nucleotides
Benzo(a)pyrene
3-(3-(1,2,4)-triazolo)-oxatriazolium-5-olate
6-nitrochrysene
Rats
DNA
Oxidation
Epoxy Compounds
Human Mammary Glands
Cell Extracts
DNA Replication
HeLa Cells

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Adenine-DNA adduct derived from the nitroreduction of 6-nitrochrysene is more resistant to nucleotide excision repair than guanine-DNA adducts. / Krzeminski, Jacek; Kropachev, Konstantin; Reeves, Dara; Kolbanovskiy, Aleksandr; Kolbanovskiy, Marina; Chen, Kun-Ming; Sharma, Arun; Geacintov, Nicholas; Amin, Shantu; El-Bayoumy, Karam.

In: Chemical Research in Toxicology, Vol. 26, No. 11, 18.11.2013, p. 1746-1754.

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