5-Episinuleptolide Acetate, a Norcembranoidal Diterpene from the Formosan Soft Coral Sinularia sp., Induces Leukemia Cell Apoptosis through Hsp90 Inhibition

@article{Huang20135EpisinuleptolideAA,
  title={5-Episinuleptolide Acetate, a Norcembranoidal Diterpene from the Formosan Soft Coral Sinularia sp., Induces Leukemia Cell Apoptosis through Hsp90 Inhibition},
  author={Kao Jean Huang and Yu-Cheng Chen and Mohamed El‐Shazly and Ying-Chi Du and Jui Hsin Su and Chia-Wei Tsao and Wei-Hsuan Yen and Wen-Been Chang and Yin-Di Su and Yao-Tsung Yeh and Mei-Chin Lu},
  journal={Molecules},
  year={2013},
  volume={18},
  pages={2924 - 2933}
}
5-Episinuleptolide acetate (5EPA), a cytotoxic norcembranoidal diterpene recently identified from the Formosan soft coral Sinularia sp., exhibited potent activity against the K562, Molt 4 and HL 60 cancer cell lines. The antiproliferative assay, as well as the annexin V-FITC/propidium iodide (PI) apoptotic assay, indicated that the HL 60 cell line is the most sensitive one towards 5EPA. This diterpenoid led to caspases -3, -8, and -9 activation as well as PARP cleavage. It also induced ROS… 

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