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Title: Curcumin-induced mitotic spindle defect and cell cycle arrest in human bladder cancer cells is partly through inhibition of Aurora-A
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學人類發展與家庭學系
Liu, H.-S., Ke, C.-S., Cheng, H.-C., Huang, C.-Y. F., and Su, C.-L.,
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2011
Publisher: The American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Abstract: Curcumin, an active compound in turmeric and curry, has been proven to induce tumor apoptosis and inhibit tumor proliferation, invasion, angiogenesis, and metastasis via modulating numerous targets in various types of cancer cells. Aurora A is a mitosis-related serine-threonine kinase and plays important roles in diverse human cancers. However, the effect of curcumin on Aurora A has not been reported. In this study, Aurora A promoter activity and mRNA expression were inhibited in curcumin-treated human bladder cancer T24 cells, suggesting that Aurora A is regulated at the transcription level. We also found that curcumin preferentially inhibited the growth of T24 cells, which show a higher proliferation rate, invasion activity,and expression level of Aurora A compared with that of human immortalized uroepithelial E7cells. Furthermore, inhibition of phosphorylation of Aurora A and its downstream target histone H3 accompanied by the formation of monopolar spindle, induction of G2 /M phase arrest, and reduction in cell division in response to curcumin were detected in T24 cells. These curcumin-induced phenomena were similar to those using Aurora A small interfering RNA and were attenuated by ectopic expression of Aurora A. Therefore, the antitumor mechanism of curcumin is Aurora A-related, which further supports the application of curcumin in treatments of human cancers.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/handle/77345300/41465
ISSN: 1521-0111
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_A0307_01_001
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