The Cytotoxicity of the Ajoene Analogue BisPMB in WHCO1 Oesophageal Cancer Cells Is Mediated by CHOP/GADD153

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Siyo , V , Schaefer , G , Hunter , R , Grafov , A , Grafova , I , Nieger , M , Katz , A A , Parker , M I & Kaschula , C H 2017 , ' The Cytotoxicity of the Ajoene Analogue BisPMB in WHCO1 Oesophageal Cancer Cells Is Mediated by CHOP/GADD153 ' , Molecules , vol. 22 , no. 6 , 892 . https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules22060892

Title: The Cytotoxicity of the Ajoene Analogue BisPMB in WHCO1 Oesophageal Cancer Cells Is Mediated by CHOP/GADD153
Author: Siyo, Vuyolwethu; Schaefer, Georgia; Hunter, Roger; Grafov, Andriy; Grafova, Iryna; Nieger, Martin; Katz, Arieh A.; Parker, M. Iqbal; Kaschula, Catherine H.
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Chemistry
University of Helsinki, Department of Chemistry
University of Helsinki, Department of Chemistry
Date: 2017-06
Language: eng
Number of pages: 19
Belongs to series: Molecules
ISSN: 1420-3049
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/209962
Abstract: Garlic is a food and medicinal plant that has been used in folk medicine since ancient times for its beneficial health effects, which include protection against cancer. Crushed garlic cloves contain an array of small sulfur-rich compounds such as ajoene. Ajoene is able to interfere with biological processes and is cytotoxic to cancer cells in the low micromolar range. BisPMB is a synthetic ajoene analogue that has been shown in our laboratory to have superior cytotoxicity to ajoene. In the current study we have performed a DNA microarray analysis of bisPMB-treated WHCO1 oesophageal cancer cells to identify pathways and processes that are affected by bisPMB. The most significantly enriched biological pathways as assessed by gene ontology, KEGG and ingenuity pathway analysis were those involving protein processing in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and the unfolded protein response. In support of these pathways, bisPMB was found to inhibit global protein synthesis and lead to increased levels of ubiquitinated proteins. BisPMB also induced alternate splicing of the transcription factor XBP-1; increased the expression of the ER stress sensor GRP78 and induced expression of the ER stress marker CHOP/GADD153. CHOP expression was found to be central to the cytotoxicity of bisPMB as its silencing with siRNA rendered the cells resistant to bisPMB. The MAPK proteins, JNK and ERK1/2 were activated following bisPMB treatment. However JNK activation was not critical in the cytotoxicity of bisPMB, and ERK1/2 activation was found to play a pro-survival role. Overall the ajoene analogue bisPMB appears to induce cytotoxicity in WHCO1 cells by activating the unfolded protein response through CHOP/GADD153.
Subject: ajoene
garlic
cancer prevention
ER stress
unfolded protein response
CHOP/GADD153
ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM STRESS
HUMAN PROMYELOLEUKEMIC CELLS
DISULFIDE INDUCES APOPTOSIS
UNFOLDED PROTEIN RESPONSE
DIALLYL DISULFIDE
TUMOR-CELLS
ORGANOSULFUR COMPOUNDS
MITOCHONDRIAL PATHWAY
CARCINOMA-CELLS
ER-STRESS
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