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Effect of Soybean Fallen Leaves Ethanolic Extract on Expression of Proteins Related to Antioxidant Activity and Cell Invasion
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  • Journal title : Journal of Life Science
  • Volume 26, Issue 4,  2016, pp.439-445
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Life Science
  • DOI : 10.5352/JLS.2016.26.4.439
 Title & Authors
Effect of Soybean Fallen Leaves Ethanolic Extract on Expression of Proteins Related to Antioxidant Activity and Cell Invasion
Song, Chaeeun; Lee, Su-Gyeong; Hong, Sugyeong; Ryu, Zoon Ha; Kim, Moon-Moo; Oh, Yunghee;
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 Abstract
Soybean leaves, a Korean edible plant material, have been reported to prevent the development of osteoporosis and breast cancer. Based on this rational, soybean fallen leaves ethanolic extract (SBFL) was used for the experiment of cell invasion related to metastasis and antioxidant activity. The effect of SBFL on matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) in human fibrosarcoma cells, HT1080 as well as its anti-oxidant activity was investigated in this study. The effect of SBFL on scavenging activity of reactive oxygen species was evaluated in vitro using lipid peroxidation assay,DPPH radical and reducing power assay. SBFL showed the positive effects on antioxidant activity, compared with vitamin C and vitamin E used as positive controls. Furthermore, SBFL showed cytotoxicity above 16 µg/ml in MTT assay. In particular, it was found that SBFL decreased the activation of MMP-9 stimulated by phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetae (PMA) and phenazine methosulfate (PMS). SBFL treatment increased the expression levels of p-FoxO-1 and SOD-1. Moreover, SBFL inhibited cell invasion stimulated by vascular endothelial growth Factor (VEGF). These results indicate that SBFL could inhibit cell invasion related to the activation of MMP-9 and oxidative stress, suggesting that it could be available as a main ingredient for prevention of metastasis.
 Keywords
HT1080;MMP-9;p-FoxO-1;SOD-1;soybean fallen leaves;
 Language
Korean
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