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Interactions of domain antibody (dAbκ11) with Mycobacterium tuberculosis Ac2SGL in complex with CD1b

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Tuberculosis (TB) is the main cause of mortality among all infectious diseases. The presentation of lipids by CD1b molecules and the interactions of the CD1b-lipid complexes with the immune receptors are important for the understanding of the immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), and to develop TB control methods. A specific domain antibody (dAbk11) recognizing the complex of CD1b with Mtb sulphoglycolipid (Ac2SGL) had been previously developed. In order to study the interactions of dAbk11 with Ac2SGL:CD1b, the conformation of Ac2SGL within CD1b was first modelled. The orientation of dAbκ11 with Ac2SGL:CD1b was then predicted by a docking experiment and the complex was sampled using molecular dynamics simulation. Data showed that dAbκ11 Tyr32 OH plays a decisive role in interacting with Ac2SGL alkyl tail HO17. The binding free energy calculation showed that Ac2SGL establish strong hydrophobic interactions with dAbκ11. The model also predicted a higher affinity for the natural sulfoglycolipid (Ac2SGL) than the synthetic analogue (SGL12), which was supported by the ELISA data. These results shed light on the likely mechanism of interactions between Ac2SGL:CD1b and dAbκ11, thus making possible to envision the strategies for dAbκ11 optimization for possible future applications.
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hal-03367109 , version 1 (06-10-2021)

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Cheh Tat Law, Frank Camacho, Luis Garcia-Alles, Martine Gilleron, Maria Sarmiento, et al.. Interactions of domain antibody (dAbκ11) with Mycobacterium tuberculosis Ac2SGL in complex with CD1b. Tuberculosis, 2019, 114, pp.9-16. ⟨10.1016/j.tube.2018.11.002⟩. ⟨hal-03367109⟩
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