Triterpenoids and diarylheptanoids from alnus hirsuta inhibit HIF-1 in AGS cells

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Triterpenoids and diarylheptanoids from alnus hirsuta inhibit HIF-1 in AGS cells
W Y Jin; X F Cai; M K Na; Jung Joon Lee; K H Bae
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Archives of Pharmacal Research, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 412-418
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Bioassay-guided fractionation and purification of the EtOAc soluble fraction from the MeOH extract of the stem bark of Alnus hirsuta (Betulaceae), using an in vitro HIF-1 assay, led to the isolation of four triterpenoids (1-4) and six diarylheptanoids (5-10). Their structures were determined by comparison with the physicochemical and spectroscopic data in the literature. These compounds were investigated for their effects on the hypoxia-induced HIF-1 activation using an HIF-1a mediated reporter gene assay in AGS cells. Among them, two diarylheptanoids, 2-oxatrycyclo[,7]eicosa-3,5,7(20),15,17,18- hexaen-10-16-diol (6) and 2-oxatrycyclo [,7]eicosa-3,5,7-(20),15,17,18- hexaen-10-one (7), inhibited HIF-1 activation dose-dependently with IC 50 values of 11.2 μM and 12.3 μ M, respectively. These two compounds had no significant cytotoxicity to the AGS cells at the effective concentration for the inhibition of HIF-1 activation.
alnus hirsutabetulaceaediarylheptanoidHIF-1 activationtriterpenoid
Pharmaceutical Soc Korea
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