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The cell penetrating ability of the proapoptotic peptide, KLAKLAKKLAKLAK fused to the N-terminal protein transduction domain of translationally controlled tumor protein, MIIYRDLISH
- The cell penetrating ability of the proapoptotic peptide, KLAKLAKKLAKLAK fused to the N-terminal protein transduction domain of translationally controlled tumor protein, MIIYRDLISH
- Kim H.Y.; Kim S.; Youn H.; Chung J.-K.; Shin D.H.; Lee K.
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- 이경림; 신동해
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- 이경림; 신동해
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- vol. 32, no. 22, pp. 5262 - 5268
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- We show here, that the proapoptotic peptide, KLAKLAKKLAKLAK (KLA), which by itself does not penetrate cell membranes, can do so when fused to a protein transduction domain derived from NH2-terminus of translationally controlled tumor protein (TCTP-PTD, MIIYRDLISH). Once inside the cell, the conjugated KLA exerts its proapoptotic activity to inhibit tumor growth. We evaluated the cellular uptake of KLA fused to TCTP-PTD (hereafter called TCTP-KLA) and its effect on cancer cell viability. The IC50 of TCTP-KLA was between 7 and 10 μmol/L. We also evaluated its anti-tumor activity in vivo by injecting it into xenografts of lung carcinoma in Balb/c nude mice. Tumor growth inhibition resulting from treatment with TCTP-KLA was better than that of TAT-KLA. These results suggest that TCTP-KLA can be applied to design cancer therapeutics. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd.
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