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Abstract Title:

Paeoniflorin inhibits cell viability and invasion of liver cancer cells via inhibition of Skp2.

Abstract Source:

Oncol Lett. 2020 Apr ;19(4):3165-3172. Epub 2020 Mar 3. PMID: 32256812

Abstract Author(s):

Hong Liu, Lili Zang, Jun Zhao, Zhaolin Wang, Lingyun Li

Article Affiliation:

Hong Liu

Abstract:

Paeoniflorin (PF) has been demonstrated to exert tumor suppressive functions in various types of human cancer. However, the mechanisms of PF-mediated anti-tumor activity have not been fully elucidated. S-phase kinase associated protein 2 (Skp2) has been characterized as an oncoprotein that contributes to carcinogenesis. Therefore, the inhibition of Skp2 may be a useful approach for the treatment of various types of human cancer. The present study explored whether PF inhibited the expression of Skp2 in liver cancer cells, leading to cell viability inhibition, induction of apoptosis, and suppression of migration and invasion. PF treatment led to inhibition of Skp2 expression in liver cancer cells. The overexpression of Skp2 abolished PF-mediated anti-cancer activity, whereas the downregulation of Skp2 enhanced this type of activity. The data indicated that PF may be considered as a novel inhibitor of Skp2 in liver cancer cells.

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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