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Anti-proliferative And Pro-apoptotic Activities Of Hydroxytyrosol On Different Tumour Cells: The Role Of Extracellular Production Of Hydrogen Peroxide

R. Fabiani, M. V. Sepporta, P. Rosignoli, A. Bartolomeo, M. Crescimanno, G. Morozzi
Published 2011 · Chemistry, Medicine

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PurposeSeveral recently published data suggest that the anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic properties of hydroxytyrosol [3,4-dihydroxyphenyl ethanol (3,4-DHPEA)] on HL60 cells may be mediated by the accumulation of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in the culture medium. The aim of this study was to clarify the role played by H2O2 in the chemopreventive activities of 3,4-DHPEA on breast (MDA and MCF-7), prostate (LNCap and PC3) and colon (SW480 and HCT116) cancer cell lines and to investigate the effects of cell culture medium components and the possible mechanisms at the basis of the H2O2-producing properties of 3,4-DHPEA.MethodsThe proliferation was measured by the MTT assay and the apoptosis by both fluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry. The concentration of H2O2 in the culture medium was measured by the ferrous ion oxidation–xylenol orange method.ResultsIt was found that the H2O2-inducing ability of 3,4-DHPEA is completely prevented by pyruvate and that the exposure of cells to conditions not supporting the H2O2 accumulation (addition of either catalase or pyruvate to the culture medium) inhibited the anti-proliferative effect of 3,4-DHPEA. Accordingly, the sensitivity of the different cell lines to the anti-proliferative effect of 3,4-DHPEA was inversely correlated with their ability to remove H2O2 from the culture medium. With regard to the mechanism by which 3,4-DHPEA causes the H2O2 accumulation, it was found that superoxide dismutase increased the H2O2 production while tyrosinase, slightly acidic pH (6,8) and absence of oxygen (O2) completely prevented this activity. In addition, different transition metal-chelating compounds did not modify the H2O2-producing activity of 3,4-DHPEA.ConclusionsThe pro-oxidant activity of 3,4-DHPEA deeply influences its ‘in vitro’ chemopreventive activities. The main initiation step in the H2O2-producing activity is the auto-oxidation of 3,4-DHPEA by O2 with the formation of the semiquinone, superoxide ions (O2−) and 2H+.
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