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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-468843


Objective Thymidine phosphorylase (TP) cDNA was transfected into colorectal cancer cell lines LOVO with the lentiviral vector,the anticancer effeciency of 5'-deoxy-5-fluorouridine (5'-DFUR)and 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) on LOVO cells were evaluated.Methods TP cDNA were transfected into LOVO cell line with the lentiviral vector pLenti6.3_MCS_IRES2-EGFP,and the transfection efficiency was analyzed by flow cytometer and immunohistochemistry.Cells were divided into six groups:LOVO,LOVO-TP,LOVO-control,LOVO + INF-α2a,LOVO-TP + INF-α2a,LOVO-control + INF-α2a.TP protein expression and the relative quantitative analysis for TP mRNA in transfections cells were detected by Western blot and RT-PCR respectively.Volumes of converted 5-FU from either in the medium containing different concentration of 5'-DFUR,in which all cells were cultured,or in cells lysate,were detected by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).Results The transfection efficiency of TP cDNA in LOVO cells was 95%.The Mean gray value of TP protein expression in LOVO-TP and LOVO-TP + INF-α2a were 198.15 folds and 243.22 folds higher than LOVO cell,respectively (P < 0.01).The RQ values of TP mRNA expression in LOVO-TP and LOVO-TP + INF-α2a were also 18.56 folds and 59.61 folds higher than wild LOVO cell,respectively (P < 0.01).The IC50 values of 5'-DFUR on LOVO-TP and LOVO-TP + INF-α2a were 1 660 μ mol/L and 813 μ mol/L,respectively,significantly lower than 4 462.59 μ mol/L in wild LOVO (P < O.01).The 5-FU volumes detected from media contained series concentration of 5'-DFUR for culturing LOVO-TP and LOVO-TP + INF-α2a were 2.0-5.3 folds,and 2.9-10.4 folds more than wild LOVO,respectively (P < 0.01).Conclusions Transfected TP cDNA into colorectal cancer cell line LOVO with lentiviral vector increases the expression of TP mRNA and TP protein and the amount of 5-FU converted from 5'-DFUR,enhancing its anticancer effect.