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Abstract Title:

Effects ofon caspase-3-associated proliferation and apoptosis in human lung cancer cells.

Abstract Source:

J Cancer Res Ther. 2018 ;14(4):760-763. PMID: 29970649

Abstract Author(s):

Jinhua Zhu, Wei Zhang, Yiting Zhang, Yong Wang, Meihui Liu, Yuanfen Liu

Article Affiliation:

Jinhua Zhu

Abstract:

Purpose: This study aimed to explore the molecular mechanisms underlying the effects of Spica prunellae on proliferation and apoptosis of lung cancer cells in vitro.

Materials and Methods: The cell viability was determined with the CCK8 assay and the apoptosis was examined by flow cytometry. Western blotting was applied to detect the protein level of caspase-3 expression.

Results: It was observed that Spica prunellae could promote the apoptosis and inhibit the proliferation of A549 in vitro. The analysis of Western blotting showed that the expression level of proapoptosis protein caspase-3 was generally unchanged, whereas the level of activated caspase-3 was significantly increased.

Conclusion: The results indicated that the growth of lung cancer cells A549 might be inhibited with Spica prunellae through activating the proapoptotic protein caspase-3 and inducing cellular apoptotic pathway.

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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