Is Human Paraoxonase 1 the Saviour Against the Persistent Threat of Organophosphorus Nerve Agents?

Author(s): A. R. Satvik Iyengar, Abhay H. Pande*.

Journal Name: Protein & Peptide Letters

Volume 26 , Issue 7 , 2019

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Nerve agents have been used extensively in chemical warfare in the past. However, recent use of Novichok agents have reignited the debate on the threat posed by Organophosphorus Nerve Agents (OPNAs). The currently available therapy for OPNA toxicity is only symptomatic and is potentially ineffective in neutralizing OPNAs. Hence, there is a dire need to develop a prophylactic therapy for counteracting OPNA toxicity. In this regard, human paraoxonase 1 has emerged as the enzyme of choice. In this review, we have focussed upon the recent and past events of OPNA use, their mechanism of action and toxicity. Further, we have emphasized upon the potential of enzyme based therapy and the various advances in the development of paraoxonase 1 as a countermeasure for OPNA poisoning. Finally, we have elaborated the shortcomings of paraoxonase 1 and the work that needs to be undertaken in order to develop human paraoxonase 1 as a prophylactic against OPNA poisoning.

Keywords: Organophosphorus nerve agents, novichok agents, acetylcholinesterase, butrylcholinesterase, paraoxonase 1, nerve agent toxicity, prophylactic.

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