Pomolic acid triggers mitochondria-dependent apoptotic cell death in leukemia cell line.


One of the major goals in chemotherapy is to circumvent anti-apoptotic strategies developed by tumor cells. In a previous paper, we showed that pomolic acid (PA) is able to kill the leukemia cell line K562 and its MDR derivative, Lucena 1. Here, we demonstrated that PA-induced apoptosis of HL-60 cells is dependent on the activation of caspases-3 and -9 and… (More)


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