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Cytotoxic Effects of Dimorfolido-N-Trichloroacetylphosphorylamide and Dimorfolido-N-Benzoylphosphorylamide in Combination with C60 Fullerene on Leukemic Cells and Docking Study of Their Interaction with DNA

Title:
Cytotoxic Effects of Dimorfolido-N-Trichloroacetylphosphorylamide and Dimorfolido-N-Benzoylphosphorylamide in Combination with C60 Fullerene on Leukemic Cells and Docking Study of Their Interaction with DNA
Abstract:
Dimorfolido-N-trichloroacetylphosphorylamide (HL1) and dimorfolido-N-benzoylphosphorylamide (HL2) as representatives of carbacylamidophosphates were synthesized and identified by the methods of IR, 1H, and 31P NMR spectroscopy. In vitro HL1 and HL2 at 1 mM concentration caused cell specific and time-dependent decrease of leukemic cell viability. Compounds caused the similar gradual decrease of Jurkat cells viability at 72 h (by 35%). HL1 had earlier and more profound toxic effect as compared to HL2 regardless on leukemic cell line. Viability of Molt-16 and CCRF-CEM cells under the action of HL1 was decreased at 24 h (by 32 and 45%, respectively) with no substantial further reducing up to 72 h. Toxic effect of HL2 was detected only at 72 h of incubation of Jurkat and Molt-16 cells (cell viability was decreased by 40 and 45%, respectively). It was shown that C60 fullerene enhanced the toxic effect of HL2 on leukemic cells. Viability of Jurkat and CCRF-CEM cells at combined action of C60 fullerene and HL2 was decreased at 72 h (by 20 and 24%, respectively) in comparison with the effect of HL2 taken separately. In silico study showed that HL1 and HL2 can interact with DNA and form complexes with DNA both separately and in combination with C60 fullerene. More stable complexes are formed when DNA interacts with HL1 or C60 + HL2 structure. Strong stacking interactions can be formed between HL2 and C60 fullerene. Differences in the types of identified bonds and ways of binding can determine distinction in cytotoxic effects of studied compounds.
Year:
2017
Publication type:
Journal article
Journal:
Nanoscale Research Letters
ISSN:
1556-276X
Number:
124
Volume:
12
Pages:
1-9
Language:
English
Document status:
Open access
PubListerURL:
https://publister.bib.th-wildau.de/publister/public/publication/2253
Keywords:
Dimorfolido-N-trichloroacetylphosphorylamide, Dimorfolido-N-benzoylphosphorylamide, C60 fullerene, Leukemic cells, DNA, Computer modeling
Prylutska, S., Grynyuk, I., Grebinyk, A., Hurmach, V., Shatrava, I., Sliva, T., et al. (2017). Cytotoxic Effects of Dimorfolido-N-Trichloroacetylphosphorylamide and Dimorfolido-N-Benzoylphosphorylamide in Combination with C60 Fullerene on Leukemic Cells and Docking Study of Their Interaction with DNA Nanoscale Research Letters. 12 (124), 1-9.
@article{2253,
    author           = {Prylutska, Svitlana and Grynyuk, I. and Grebinyk, Anna and Hurmach, V. and Shatrava, Iu. and Sliva, T. and Amirkhanov, V. and Prylutskyy, Yu. and Matyshevska, Olga and Slobodyanik, M. and Frohme, Marcus and Ritter, Uwe},
    title            = {Cytotoxic Effects of Dimorfolido-N-Trichloroacetylphosphorylamide and Dimorfolido-N-Benzoylphosphorylamide in Combination with C60 Fullerene on Leukemic Cells and Docking Study of Their Interaction with DNA},
    journal          = {Nanoscale Research Letters},
    year             = {2017},
    volume           = {12},
    number           = {124},
    pages            = {1-9},
    publisher        = {Springer Nature},
    doi              = {10.1186/s11671-017-1893-3},
}


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