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Protein kinase inhibitors staurosporine and CGP 41251, a benzoylated derivative of staurosporine with selective PKC inhibitory activity, reversed the decreased rhodamine 123 uptake in HL-60/VCR (with Pgp-mediated drug resistance) but not in HL-60/ADR (MRP-mediated drug resistance) cells. CGP 41251 reversed the decreased rhodamine 123 uptake in HL-60/VCR(More)
Mevalonate pathway inhibitor lovastatin inhibited proliferation of human multidrug-resistant promyelocytic leukemia HL-60/ADR cells in vitro, with MRP-gene coded p190 mediated drug resistance, to a markedly lesser extent than that of the parental drug sensitive HL-60 cells and also that of the other human multidrug resistant (MDR-1, P-glycoprotein) myeloid(More)
Flavonoids and their in vivo metabolites are neuroprotective, cardioprotective and chemopreventive agents acting as hydrogen-donating antioxidants or modulators functioning at protein kinase and lipid signaling pathways. In presented study treatments of human leukemia cells HL60 and their MDR-1 resistant subline HL60/VCR by flavonoids apigenin (API),(More)
Angiostatic substance TNP-470 displayed moderate cytotoxicity towards human leukemia HL-60, HL-60/ADR, HL-60/VCR and myeloma ARH77 cell lines with IC50 in the range 5-10 microM of concentrations and slightly higher IC50 for myeloma cell line U266. IC50 for ovarian CH-1, A2780 and A2780/ADR cell lines was in the range 10-15 microM with the exception of(More)
Naturally occurring dietary compound resveratrol (RES), possessing chemopreventive and cytostatic properties, has been shown as potent sensitizer for apoptosis induced by a variety of anticancer drugs. Cell cycle analysis in sensitive promyelocytic leukemia HL60 cell line and its multidrug-resistant variant HL60/VCR (P-gp positive) treated with RES resulted(More)
Phorbol ester (TPA)-induced increase in cell surface expression of adhesion structures, i.e. intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1, CD54), beta 2 integrin LFA-1 (CD11a), complement-regulatory cell membrane protein-protein (CD59) and leukocyte common antigen (CD45) in human erythroid/myeloid leukemia cell line K-562 was inhibited by staurosporine, an(More)
Radiosensitivity of examined human neoplastic cell lines was assessed with the aid of MTT assay. Differences between radiosensitive and radioresistant human neoplastic cell lines were as follow: a) radiation-induced apoptosis detected by flow cytometry was apparent in the most radiosensitive (i.e. CH-1 ovarian carcinoma cell line), but not in the(More)
Apoptosis induced in human leukemic cells (promyelocytic human leukemic cells HL-60, multidrug-resistant subline HL-60/VCR) and human ovarian carcinoma cells (A2780 and multidrug-resistant subline A2780/ADR) in vitro was detected by flow cytometric analysis or DNA electrophoresis. The cytofluorometric techniques utilized, i. e. detection of(More)
Expression of differentiation and adhesion cell surface antigens (LewisX - CD15, CD44, syndecan 1 - CD138 and basigin/EMMPRIN - CD147) were determined on the cell surface of human breast carcinoma MCF7 cells in vitro with the aid of flow cytometry and compared with that of MCF-7/6 cells, with functionally defective E-cadherin system and increased biological(More)
BACKGROUND The non-immunosuppressive cyclosporine analog PSC 833 has been shown to reverse multidrug-resistance of neoplastic cells including the MDR-1 gene coded P-glycoprotein (P-gp)-mediated cells resistant to paclitaxel. MATERIALS AND METHODS Apoptosis was demonstrated in drug-sensitive HL-60 and multidrug-resistant human promyelocytic leukemia(More)