Satureja hortensis induces cell death and inhibited cell cycle progression in K562 myelogenous and Jurkat T cell leukemia cell lines.

Satureja hortensis induces cell death and inhibited cell cycle progression in K562 myelogenous and Jurkat T cell leukemia cell lines. J Immunoassay Immunochem. 2019 Jun 17;:1-14 Authors: Asadipour M, Amirghofran Z Abstract Several plants of Satureja genus have shown anti-tumor activity. We investigated the antileukemia effects of different fractions of Satureja hortensis (Summer savory). The growth inhibitory effect of S. hortensis fractions on K562 and Jurkat leukemia cells were determined by MTT assay. The most effective fractions were analyzed by flow cytometry and colorimetric assay for apoptosis induction and cell cycle changes. Various fractions from S. hortensis showed growth inhibitory effects on leukemia cells, among them two hexane and dichloromethane fractions with IC50 values of 32.1-47.8 μg/ml (K562) and 44.3-45.7 μg/ml (Jurkat) were the most effective. According to annexin V staining, both of these fractions significantly induced apoptosis at 50μg/ml in K562 (hexane; 73.06 ± 5.11% and dichloromethane; 96.14 ± 2.33%) and Jurkat cells (hexane; 78.85 ± 11.9% and dichloromethane; 94.05 ± 2.47%) 48 h after treatment. They increased cell accumulation in sub-G1 phase (>50%, p
Source: Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry - Category: Biochemistry Tags: J Immunoassay Immunochem Source Type: research

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