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Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi. 2019 Feb;44(4):765-773. doi: 10.19540/j.cnki.cjcmm.20181031.004.

[Quantitative proteomics of inhibitory mechanism of Dendrobium denneanum ether extract on lung cancer cells].

[Article in Chinese]

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1
Chengdu Institute of Biology,Chinese Academy of Sciences Chengdu 610041,China University of Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100049,China.
2
Chengdu Institute of Biology,Chinese Academy of Sciences Chengdu 610041,China.

Abstract

Dendrobium denneanum have been used for a long time as rare medicinal herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. Our previous works found that ether extract of D. denneanum had higher anticancer activities than alcohol or water extract,thus with better development prospects. Quantitative proteomics based on SILAC technique was used to investigate the anticancer mechanism of D. denneanum on lung tumor cell line A549,and 4 855 proteins were detected in A549 cells. Quantitative proteomics experiments found that 193 proteins of A549 cells were up-regulated,and 44 proteins were down-regulated by ether extract of D. denneanum. Those proteins are associated with synthesis,transport and metabolism of biological macromolecules,chaperone,DNA repair,oxidoreductase,cell adhesion,cell cycle,apoptosis and autophagy. Through the function analysis of differentially expressed proteins,it was inferred that ether extract of D. denneanum caused cell protein metabolism disorder,endoplasmic reticulum stress response,abnormal self-repair mechanism of cells,damage of cell adhesion and proliferation; besides,it caused a dramatic increase in ROS level in A549 cells,and upset the balance of intracellular oxidation reduction system. Affected by the above factors,lung cancer cells initiated apoptosis and autophagy,which accelerated cell death. This research explains the anticancer mechanism of D. denneanum from the perspective of quantitative proteomics,and lays a foundation for future research and development of new anticancer drugs based on ether extract of D. denneanum.

KEYWORDS:

Dendrobium denneanum; ether extract; lung cancer cells; mechanism; quantitative proteomics

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