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Compounds with antiproliferative activity on five human cancer cell lines from South Korean Carpesium triste



Compounds with antiproliferative activity on five human cancer cell lines from South Korean Carpesium triste



Natural Product Communications 7(7): 825-826



In the search for antiproliferative compounds against human cancer cells (A549, SK-OV-3, SK-MEL-2, XF498, HCT15), it was found that the chloroform extracts obtained from the whole plant of Carpesium rosulatum Miq. (Compositae) exhibited significant cytotoxic activity. Two sesquiterpene lactones, CT-1 (2alpha,5-epoxy-5,10-dihydroxy-6-angeloyloxy-9beta-isobutyloxy-germacran-8alpha, 12-olide), and CT-2 (2beta,5-epoxy-5,10-dihydroxy-6alpha,9beta-diangeloyloxy-germacran-8alpha,12-olide) were isolated from the whole plant. CT-2 showed the most potent cytotoxicity with an IC50 value of 7.88 microM against SK-MEL-2.

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