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Article Dans Une Revue Chemistry - A European Journal Année : 2023

High‐Mannose Oligosaccharide Hemimimetics that Recapitulate the Conformation and Binding Mode to Concanavalin A, DC‐SIGN and Langerin

Michel Thépaut
Eugénie Laigre
Franck Fieschi

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Abstract The “carbohydrate chemical mimicry” exhibited by sp 2 ‐iminosugars has been utilized to develop practical syntheses for analogs of the branched high‐mannose‐type oligosaccharides (HMOs) Man 3 and Man 5 . In these compounds, the terminal nonreducing Man residues have been substituted with 5,6‐oxomethylidenemannonojirimycin (OMJ) motifs. The resulting oligomannoside hemimimetic accurately reproduce the structure, configuration, and conformational behavior of the original mannooligosaccharides, as confirmed by NMR and computational techniques. Binding studies with mannose binding lectins, including concanavalin A, DC‐SIGN, and langerin, by enzyme‐linked lectin assay and surface plasmon resonance revealed significant variations in their ability to accommodate the OMJ unit in the mannose binding site. Intriguingly, OMJMan segments demonstrated “in line” heteromultivalent effects during binding to the three lectins. Similar to the mannobiose (Man 2 ) branches in HMOs, the binding modes involving the external or internal monosaccharide unit at the carbohydrate binding‐domain exist in equilibrium, facilitating sliding and recapture processes. This equilibrium, which influences the multivalent binding of HMOs, can be finely modulated upon incorporation of the OMJ sp 2 ‐iminosugar caps. As a proof of concept, the affinity and selectivity towards DC‐SIGN and langerin were adjustable by presenting the OMJMan epitope in platforms with diverse architectures and valencies.

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hal-04294809 , version 1 (20-11-2023)

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Irene Herrera‐gonzález, Manuel González‐cuesta, Michel Thépaut, Eugénie Laigre, David Goyard, et al.. High‐Mannose Oligosaccharide Hemimimetics that Recapitulate the Conformation and Binding Mode to Concanavalin A, DC‐SIGN and Langerin. Chemistry - A European Journal, 2023, ⟨10.1002/chem.202303041⟩. ⟨hal-04294809⟩
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