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Title: Inhibition of Na + /K + - and Ca 2+ -ATPase activities by phosphotetradecavanadate
Authors: Fraqueza, G.
Fuentes, J.
Krivosudsk , L.
Dutta, Saikat
Mal, S.S.
Roller, A.
Giester, G.
Rompel, A.
Aureliano, M.
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 2019, Vol.197, , pp.-
Abstract: Polyoxometalates (POMs)are promising inorganic inhibitors for P-type ATPases. The experimental models used to study the effects of POMs on these ATPases are usually in vitro models using vesicles from several membrane sources. Very recently, some polyoxotungstates, such as the Dawson anion [P 2 W 18 O 62 ] 6? , were shown to be potent P-type ATPase inhibitors; being active in vitro as well as in ex-vivo. In the present study we broaden the spectrum of highly active inhibitors of Na + /K + -ATPase from basal membrane of epithelial skin to the bi-capped Keggin-type anion phosphotetradecavanadate Cs 5.6 H 3.4 PV 14 O 42 (PV 14 )and we confront the data with activity of other commonly encountered polyoxovanadates, decavanadate (V 10 )and monovanadate (V 1 ). The X-ray crystal structure of PV 14 was solved and contains two trans-bicapped ?-Keggin anions H x PV 14 O 42 (9-x)- . The anion is built up from the classical Keggin structure [(PO 4 )@(V 12 O 36 )]capped by two [VO]units. PV 14 (10 ?M)exhibited higher ex-vivo inhibitory effect on Na + /K + -ATPase (78%)than was observed at the same concentrations of V 10 (66%)or V 1 (33%). Moreover, PV 14 is also a potent in vitro inhibitor of the Ca 2+ -ATPase activity (IC 50 5 ?M)exhibiting stronger inhibition than the previously reported activities for V 10 (15 ?M)and V 1 (80 ?M). Putting it all together, when compared both P-typye ATPases it is suggested that PV 14 exibited a high potential to act as an in vivo inhibitor of the Na + /K + -ATPase associated with chloride secretion. 2019 The Authors
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