Colorless prismatic crystal
Aegle marmelos Corr.; Poncirus trifoliata(L.)Raf.; Angel-ica dahurica(Fisch.ex Hoffm.)Benth.et Hook./Peucedanum decursivum.（Miq.）Maxim.
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Leukemia is one of the highly lethal cancers among all pediatric cancers. With limited drug options and the severe side effects associated with the current chemotherapy, there is pressing need to look for new and novel anticancer agents. Against this backdrop, in the present study we evaluated the anticancer activity of a natural coumarin, marmesin against human leukemia cell line U937 and normal human monocytes It was observed that marmesin exhibited an IC50 value of 40 µM and exerted its cytotoxic effects in a dose-dependent manner. However, the cytotoxic effects of marmesin were comparatively lower for the normal human monocytes as evident from the IC50 of 125 µM. Our results indicated that marmesin inhibits colony formation and induces apoptosis dose-dependently. We also investigated the effect of marmesin on the expression of Bax and Bcl-2 proteins. It was observed that marmesin treatment triggered upregulation of Bax and downregulation of Bcl-2 causing significant increase in the Bax/Bcl-2 ratio, marmesin could also induce ROS mediated alterations in mitochondrial membrane potential. Additionally, marmesin induced G2/M cell cycle arrest and significantly inhibited cell migration potential of leukemia cells at the IC50. Remarkably, marmesin prevent tumor growth significantly in vivo at the dosage of 30 mg/kg in vivo. These results strongly indicate that marmesin may prove to be a novel anticancer lead for the management of leukemia.
In vitro and in vivo anticancer effects of marmesin in U937 human leukemia cells are mediated via mitochondrial-mediated apoptosis, cell cycle arrest, and inhibition of cancer cell migration.
Dong L1, Xu WW1, Li H1, Bi KH1.
In the present study, we investigated the effects and molecular mechanism of marmesin, a natural coumarin compound isolated from Broussonetia kazinoki, on non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) cell responses and tumor angiogenesis. Marmesin abrogated mitogen-stimulated proliferation and invasion in both p53 wild-type A549 and p53-deficient H1299 NSCLC cells. These antitumor activities of marmesin were mediated by the inactivation of mitogenic signaling pathways and downregulation of cell signaling-related proteins including vascular endothelial growth factor receptor-2 (VEGFR-2), integrin β1, integrin-linked kinase and matrix metalloproteinases-2. Furthermore, marmesin suppressed the expression and secretion of VEGF in both NSCLC cells, leading to inhibition of capillary-like structure formation in human umbilical vein endothelial cells. Collectively, these findings demonstrate the pharmacological roles and molecular targets of marmesin in regulating NSCLC cell responses and tumor angiogenesis.
Marmesin-mediated suppression of VEGF/VEGFR and integrin β1 expression: Its implication in non-small cell lung cancer cell responses and tumor angiogenesis.
Kim JH1, Kim MS1, Lee BH1, Kim JK2, Ahn EK2, Ko HJ2, Cho YR2, Lee SJ3, Bae GU3, Kim YK3, Oh JS1, Seo DW1.
In the present study, we investigated the effects and molecular mechanism of marmesin, a coumarin compound isolated from Broussonetia kazinoki, on vascular endothelial growth factor-A (VEGF-A)-induced endothelial cell responses in vitro and angiogenic sprouting in aortic rings ex vivo. Marmesin treatment inhibited VEGF-A-stimulated endothelial cell proliferation through down-regulation of cell cycle-related proteins including cyclin-dependent kinases and cyclins, leading to pRb hypophosphorylation and G1 phase cell cycle arrest. In addition, marmesin treatment abrogated VEGF-A-induced endothelial cell migration, invasion and capillary-like structure formation in vitro as well as angiogenic sprouting ex vivo. These anti-angiogenic activities of marmesin were mediated through inactivation of VEGF-A-stimulated signaling pathways, and down-regulation of cell surface signaling molecules including VEGF receptor-2, human epidermal growth factor receptor-2, integrin β1 and integrin-liked kinase. Taken together, these findings clearly support the pharmacological roles of marmesin in regulating angiogenesis, and warrant further evaluation and development as a potential therapeutic agent for the treatment and prevention of angiogenesis-related diseases including cancer.
Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
Angiogenesis inhibitor; Marmesin; VEGFR-2; Vascular endothelial growth factor; β1 integrin
Marmesin is a novel angiogenesis inhibitor: Regulatory effect and molecular mechanism on endothelial cell fate and angiogenesis.
Kim JH1, Kim JK2, Ahn EK2, Ko HJ2, Cho YR2, Lee CH1, Kim YK3, Bae GU3, Oh JS4, Seo DW5.
2015 Dec 28