Nitrosopyridine probe to detect polyketide natural products with conjugated alkenes: Discovery of novodaryamide and nocarditriene

TitleNitrosopyridine probe to detect polyketide natural products with conjugated alkenes: Discovery of novodaryamide and nocarditriene
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsCastro-Falcon G., Millan-Aguinaga N., Roullier C., Jensen PR, Hughes CC
JournalAcs Chemical Biology
Volume13
Pagination3097-3106
Date Published2018/11
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1554-8929
Accession NumberWOS:000451100800009
Keywordsactinomycete; Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; biosynthetic gene-cluster; diels-alder reactions; functionalization; identification; rapamycin ay-22,989; strain; thioester reduction; transamination; transition
Abstract

An optimized nitroso-based probe that facilitates the discovery of conjugated alkene-containing natural products in unprocessed extracts was developed. It chemoselectively reacts with conjugated olefins via a nitroso-Diels-Alder cyclization to yield derivatives with a distinct chromophore and an isotopically unique bromine atom that can be rapidly identified using liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry and a bioinformatics tool called MeHaloCoA (Marine Halogenated Compound Analysis). The probe is ideally employed when genome-mining techniques identify strains containing polyketide gene clusters with two or more repeating KS-AT-DH-KR-ACP domain sequences, which are required for the biosynthesis of conjugated alkenes. Comparing the reactivity and spectral properties of five brominated arylnitroso reagents with model compounds spiramycin, bufalin, rapamycin, and rifampicin led to the identification of 5-bromo-2-nitrosopyridine as the most suitable probe structure. The utility of the dienophile probe was then demonstrated in bacterial extracts. Tylactone, novodaryamide and daryamide A, piperazimycin A, and the saccharamonopyrones A and B were cleanly labeled in extracts from their respective bacterial producers, in high regioselectivity but with varying degrees of diastereoselectivity. Further application of the method led to the discovery of a new natural product called nocarditriene, containing an unprecedented epoxy-2,3,4,5-tetrahydropyridine structure, from marine-derived Nocardiopsis strain CNY-503.

DOI10.1021/acschembio.8b00598
Short TitleACS Chem. Biol.
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