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Detoxification of azo dyes by a novel pH-versatile, salt-resistant laccase from Streptomyces ipomoea.
A newly identified extracellular laccase produced by Streptomyces ipomoea CECT 3341 (SilA) was cloned and overexpressed, and its physicochemical characteristics assessed together with its capabilityExpand
Irvalec Inserts into the Plasma Membrane Causing Rapid Loss of Integrity and Necrotic Cell Death in Tumor Cells
Irvalec is a marine-derived antitumor agent currently undergoing phase II clinical trials. In vitro, Irvalec induces a rapid loss of membrane integrity in tumor cells, accompanied of a significantExpand
ErbB protein modifications are secondary to severe cell membrane alterations induced by elisidepsin treatment.
Elisidepsin is a marine-derived anti-tumor agent with unique mechanism of action. It has been suggested to induce necrosis associated with severe membrane damage. Since indirect evidence points toExpand
The first total synthesis of the cyclodepsipeptide pipecolidepsin A.
Pipecolidepsin A is a head-to-side-chain cyclodepsipeptide isolated from the marine sponge Homophymia lamellosa. This compound shows relevant cytotoxic activity in three human tumour cell lines andExpand
Elisidepsin Interacts Directly with Glycosylceramides in the Plasma Membrane of Tumor Cells to Induce Necrotic Cell Death
Plasma membrane integrity is essential for cell life. Any major break on it immediately induces the death of the affected cell. Different molecules were described as disrupting this cell structureExpand
MI130004, a Novel Antibody–Drug Conjugate Combining Trastuzumab with a Molecule of Marine Origin, Shows Outstanding In Vivo Activity against HER2-Expressing Tumors
In the search for novel payloads to design new antibody–drug conjugates (ADC), marine compounds represent an interesting opportunity given their unique chemical features. PM050489 is a marineExpand
Specific Effects of Trabectedin and Lurbinectedin on Human Macrophage Function and Fate—Novel Insights
Simple Summary Trabectedin and lurbinectedin are two potent onco-therapeutic drugs for the treatment of advanced soft tissue sarcomas. Here we show that, in addition to cancer cells, these moleculesExpand
Abstract 4454: Modulation of the early cytotoxic effects of Irvalec® by zinc and DIDS in lung tumor cells
Irvalec ® , a marine-derived depsipeptide, has showed potent cytotoxic activity in vitro against a wide variety of human tumors, including breast, colon, pancreas, lung and prostate. Irvalec ® isExpand
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