Sensitivity and resistance to (+)-calanolide A of wild-type and mutated forms of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase.


We have tested both wild-type and drug-resistant mutated, recombinant ...
We have tested both wild-type and drug-resistant mutated, recombinant human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) reverse transcriptase (RT) molecules for sensitivity to each of two non-nucleoside RT inhibitors (NNRTI), (+)-calanolide A and nevirapine, in primer extension assays. We found that RT containing either the V106A or Y181C substitutions, associated with NNRTI resistance, displayed approximately 90-fold resistance to nevirapine but remained fully sensitive to (+)-calanolide A and that the Y181C mutation marginally enhanced susceptibility to the latter drug. In contrast, the Y188H substitution in RT resulted in about 30-fold resistance to (+)-calanolide A in these assays but did not result in diminished sensitivity to nevirapine. Tissue culture results indicated that the combination of (+)-calanolide A and nevirapine possessed an additive to weakly synergistic effect in blocking replication of HIV-1 in tissue culture. These results suggest that (+)-calanolide A and nevirapine might have rationale as a combination therapy for HIV disease.




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