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Intracellular pH and the uptake of carcinostatic drugs by selected experimental tumors
Richard Lee Hult
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard Lee Hult.|
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Intracellular pH and the uptake of carcinostatic drugs by selected experimental tumors. Abstract. Graduation date: The relationship of intracellular drug levels and resultant drug activity to intracellular pH (pHi) was studied in the experimental tumors.
Glucose (5 g/kg) and/or sodium oxamate ( mmol) were administered to Walker INTRACELLULAR pH AND THE UPTAKE OF CARCINOSTATIC DRUGS BY SELECTED EXPERIMENTAL TUMORS I.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION In all things there is a poison, and there is nothing without poison. It depends only upon the dose whether a poison is poison or not That which redounds to the benefit of man is not poison; only that which is not of. In general, the extracellular pH (pHe) in human tumors is belowwhereas the intracellular pH (pHi) is maintained at neutral range, i.e., >, by powerful pHi control mechanisms.
The low pHe and the significant gradients between pHe and pHi affect markedly the response of tumors to various treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy and. Further applications for cellular uptake experiments of established or investigational drugs include correlations between cytotoxicity and cellular drug content, investigations on the mechanisms of resistance which may involve decreased influx or increased efflux as compared to non-resistant cells, intracellular distribution of contrast agents Cited by: The intracellular pH (pH i) measured using the fluorescent ratio dye 2′,7′-bis(2-carboxyethyl)-5(6) carboxyfluorescein (BCECF) revealed expected differences between normal and cancer cells (low and high, respectively), and a mixed distribution in the MINO cells, with a subset of cells in the MINO having an increased rate of Cited by: 6.
1. Introduction. Intracellular pH (pH i) is known to be an important regulator of many cell normal cells, intracellular pH is lower than extracellular pH (pH e), with the pH i and pHe values lying mostly in the range – and – respectively.
Cancer cells are generally associated with higher values of pH i – and lower pH e – extracellular pH promotes experimental metastasis of human melanoma cells in athymic nude mice., Cancer Res. 66 () – doi / CAN The effect of pH on hyperthermic and x ray induced cell killing.
Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. Feb; 7 (2)– [Google Scholar] Gillies RJ, Ogino T, Shulman RG, Ward DC. 31P nuclear magnetic resonance evidence for the regulation of intracellular pH by Ehrlich ascites tumor cells. J Cell Biol. Oct; 95 (1)– The tumor cell line U87 was selected as the main cell model due to its overexpression of α v β 3 integrin receptors, and the MCF-7 cell line that has low expression of α v β 3 integrin receptors was used as a reference.
Compared with traditional small molecular drugs, siRNA requires more stringent conditions for drug carriers because of. Selenocompounds (SeCs) are well-known nutrients and promising candidates for cancer therapy; however, treatment efficacy is very heterogeneous and the mechanism of action is not fully understood.
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In the present investigation, we. Oral NaHCO 3 therapy increases breast tumor pH in vivo from ± to ± and intracellular pH in breast epithelial organoids by ~ Breast tumors develop with median latency of ± days in NaHCO 3-treated mice vs. 82 ± days in control mice. This treatment regimen was shown to significantly increase the extracellular pH, but not the intracellular pH, of tumors by (31)P magnetic resonance spectroscopy and the.
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Reduced drug uptake is the third major mechanism responsible for β-lactam resistance in gram-negative bacteria, where β-lactams need to enter the periplasmic space to bind the PBP targets located in the cytoplasmic membrane.
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When cells are artificially exposed to basic pH values — for example, in cell culture experiments, fetal tissues (which typically have basic pH values of .Intracellular Se element was obviously increased upon treatment with p-XSC or ebselen for 30 min compared to basal levels (Figure 2 b), but this was not observed in the case of MeSeA or CysSe 2.
Co-treatment of 1% BSA with p-XSC or ebselen massively decreased the intracellular Se content down to approximately the basal level.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.