Five forms of chromatin, which represent the in vivo folded forms of nucleic acid, were isolated and used as the binding substrate for model intercalating compound, ethidium bromide. For all forms of chromatin, the affinity, location and structural effects of binding were examined. On the level of the nucleosome, the binding of ethidium caused a step-wise dissociation of nucleoprotein complex resulting in the initial release of one copy each of H2A and H25 before complete dissociation to free DNA. Dissociation was induced by the intercalation mode of ethidium binding, and was not due to electrostatic interactions or alternate binding modes. The binding of ethidium resulted in no major particle unfolding event prior to step-wise dissociation. Initial ethidium binding to the core particle occurred only at the end 25 by of the core particle DNA, and occurred with very low affinity. Ethidium binding to the 11 nm fiber comprising polynucleosomes, free from H1 and non-histone chromosomal proteins, was ...
The synthesis of mitochondrial DNA (mDNA) in HeLa cells is selectively inhibited by relatively low concentrations of ethidium bromide. After exposure of cells to strongly inhibitory concentrations of the drug, the apparent superhelix density of mDNA is rapidly increased, as judged by its buoyant density in CsCl in the presence of ethidium bromide. Mitochondrial DNA synthesized in the presence of partially inhibitory concentrations of ethidium bromide is also altered in its buoyant density in the presence of the dye, but is more heterogeneous in this respect. However, the change in buoyant density of newly synthesized mDNA may be explained by changes in structure other than a change in superhelix density, as indicated by its increased resistance to digestion by pancreatic DNase. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Enhanced removal of ethidium bromide (EtBr) from aqueous solution using rectorite. AU - Li, Zhaohui. AU - Chang, Po Hsiang. AU - Jiang, Wei Teh. AU - Liu, Yujuan. PY - 2020/2/15. Y1 - 2020/2/15. N2 - Ethidium bromide (EtBr) is an intercalating agent commonly used as nucleic acid fluorescent tag in various techniques of life science field. It is considered as a serious biohazard due to its mutagenicity and carcinogenicity. As such, developing high efficiency and low cost materials as cleanup kits is in urgent need although many methods have already been developed. In this study we take use of the affinity of organic cations for clay minerals of high cation exchange capacity (CEC) and large specific surface area (SSA) and tested the removal of EtBr using rectorite, a type of clay mineral made of 1:1 regularly mixed layers of illite and montmorillonite. Our results showed that the uptake of Et+ on rectorite could be as high as 400 mmol/kg and the removal of Et+ was extremely fast. ...
Green Euglena cells were grown with 1, 5, 20, 50 and 100 µg/ml ethidium bromide (EB), a DNA-intercalating dye and cytoplasmic mutagen. Treatment with 50 µg EB/ml for 3 days in growing medium, pH 3.3 (heterotrophic growth) was maximally effective and inhibited cell division by 70% and chlorophyll formation by 60%. Similar results were obtained in Cramer Meyers medium, pH 6.8 without acetate (autotrophic growth). When dark-grown cells were shifted from heterotrophic to autotrophic medium and exposed to light and 20 or 50 µg EB/ml for 3 days, the cells barely divided and chlorophyll formation (greening) was inhibited by 30 and 60% with 20 and 50 µg EB/ml, respectively. Greening was similarly inhibited in heterotrophic medium. The ultrastructure of chloroplasts appeared normal in all conditions, but mitochondria of EB-treated cells had fewer cristae than control cells and frequently concentrically arranged cristae. Dark-grown cells were treated with 5, 20, 50, 100 and 150 µg EB/ml for 24 h, ...
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In mammals, the UPRmt signaling mechanism has been investigated in cell culture models by ethidium bromide treatment (Martinus et al., 1996) and overexpression of aggregation-prone mutant protein ornithine transcarbamylase (OTC) targeted to the mitochondrial matrix (Zhao et al., 2002). Several components of the pathway, such as the mitochondrial chaperones and the quality control protease ClpP were shown to be conserved from C. elegans. However, downstream signaling steps and transcriptional regulation of UPRmt remain not well understood.. In response to unfolded protein stress in mammalian cells, the expression of the nuclear encoded mitochondrial chaperones HSP60, HSP10 and mtDnaJ, and the protease ClpP is induced in a transient manner, the extent of which correlates with the level of unfolded proteins in mitochondria (Zhao et al., 2002). In addition, mitochondrial proteases YME1L1 and PMPCB, the import component TIMM17A and the enzymes NDUFB2, endonuclease G and thioredoxin 2 are all ...
Susanne ,rohrerspamsusannespam at hotmail.com, wrote in message news:3DEE1872.6040204 at hotmail.com... , , , Wolfgang Schechinger wrote: , , ,Jens, I always wondered what that red dye had been they used in german TV , ,commercial for a Blendax toothpaste maybe 10 years ago. Did they write its , ,EtBr in the tablets or do you just have the evidence by using the pills for , ,stanining agarose gels ;-) , , , , , , , , I think this is an urban legend... ok laboratory legend because who else , knows EtBr. , , Susanne , Just found this!!! But better evidence would off course be needed! TI: Vitalfarbung von Plaque-Mikroorganismen mit Fluoresceindiacetat und Ethidiumbromid. [Vital staining of plaque microorganisms using fluorescein diacetate and ethidium bromide] AU: Netuschil,-L SO: Dtsch-Zahnarztl-Z. 1983 Oct; 38(10): 914-7 JN: Deutsche-zahnarztliche-Zeitschrift IS: 0012-1029 PY: 1983 LA: German; Non-English CP: GERMANY,-WEST MJME: *Dental-Plaque-microbiology; *Ethidium-diagnostic-use; ...
Until now the fluorescence assay with ethidium bromide has only been used on pure DNA. This assay depends on the difference in fluorescence between single- and double-stranded DNA (dsDNA). Cross-links in DNA are measured by the return of fluorescence of dsDNA after heat denaturation at pH 12. Under …
Photograph of ethidium bromide stained 3′RACE products electrophoresed on a 2% sieving agarose gel. Numbers on the left show the sizes of molecular marker (M)
I am growing MCF-7 cell line. I have been trying to stain dead cells using ethidium bromide and I havnt been very successful. I found the protocol online but it doesnt seem to work. if there is any other method with which I can stain the cells please let me know. Thanks in advance ...
You could probably try amputating your finger tips or hope that localized tumors develop for the sake of science. Anyway, Ethidium bromide is a suspected mutagen (being DNA intercalating), there has been no report of anybody actually having developed tumors or cancer because of it at the levels we use in the lab (maybe in mice). If you develop one, you could probably study it and publish a paper in nature. There is always a good side to everything. On the more serious side, exercise great caution while handling it. Wear gloves (nitrile is very good) and decontaminate the area of spillage as per your instituttes guidelines (I wipe it down with butanol several times and then use RED-Z to remove the washates (prevented if you use plastic backed desk protectors). Dispose solid and liquid wastes carefully as per environmental guidelines. Even if you are careless, dont let your carelessness affect others in the lab and your family. So wear protective gear and report spillages to everyone in the lab. ...
Commonly utilized in molecular biology and biochemistry laboratories around the world, ethidium is best known in its bromide form.
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I always dilute 20 µl ethibro (10 mg/ml) in 400 ml water. this means, the concentration becomes 0.05 µg/ml ethibro solution (please correct me if im wrong ...
Ethidium bromide (EtBr ) is widely used in molecular biology as a specific dye for staining DNA: the intercalated molecule fluoresces on exposure to ultraviolet light. EtBr may be incorporated into electrophoretic gels, or the gel may be stained after running. In Bio2250 labs, care should always be taken not to expose oneself to either gels or buffer containing EtBr. ...
RT-PCRmerTM are primer pairs for specific amplification of cDNA. Glyceraldehyde 3 phosphate dehydrogenase (G3PDH), like -actin, is ubiquitously expressed and serves as a positive control for northern and other expression studies. These are generally used as controls for measuring cDNA synthesis efficiency by reverse transcription and as controls for mRNA (cDNA) quantitative expression studies. The enclosed human G3PDH RT-PCRmerTM are supplied as a lyophilized powder in aliquots of 10nmols. The 10 nmols of primer when dissolved in 500 l sterile water or TE will give a solution of 20 Molar i.e. 20 pmols/ l. The quantity supplied is sufficient for at least 400 regular 25 l PCR reaction* for ethidium bromide stained visualization. The amplified product may also be detected by hybridization using Gene Link OligoProberTM with either a free 5 OH (Catalog No. 40-1105-02) for 32P labeling or biotinylated probe (Catalog No. 40-1105-03) for non-radioactive detection. ...
rho 0 HeLa cells entirely lacking mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and mitochondrial transfection techniques were used to examine intermitochondrial interactions between mitochondria with and without mtDNA, and also between those with wild-type (wt) and mutant-type mtDNA in living human cells. First, unambiguous evidence was obtained that the DNA-binding dyes ethidium bromide (EtBr) and 4,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI) exclusively stained mitochondria containing mtDNA in living human cells. Then, using EtBr or DAPI fluorescence as a probe, mtDNA was shown to spread rapidly to all rho 0 HeLa mitochondria when EtBr- or DAPI-stained HeLa mitochondria were introduced into rho 0 HeLa cells. Moreover, coexisting wt-mtDNA and mutant mtDNA with a large deletion (delta-mtDNA) were shown to mix homogeneously throughout mitochondria, not to remain segregated by use of electron microscopic analysis of cytochrome c oxidase activities of individual mitochondria as a probe to identify mitochondria with ...
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Several efflux proteins are well described in gram-positive bacteria, including Bmr in Bacillus subtilis (1) and NorA in Staphylococcus aureus (15). These can mediate low-level resistance to hydrophilic fluoroquinolones and a variety of unrelated compounds; both are inhibited by reserpine (14, 15). More recently, reserpine was shown to inhibit the level of accumulation of ethidium bromide in an ethidium bromide-selected mutant of S. pneumoniae which showed cross-resistance to fluoroquinolones (5). For this reason we used reserpine to detect mutants resistant to fluoroquinolones by an efflux mechanism.. We showed that reserpine significantly increased the activity of norfloxacin against several norfloxacin-selected mutants. These presumptive efflux mutants also showed increased levels of resistance to ethidium bromide and acriflavine, which agrees with the description by Zeller et al. (20) of the presence of an efflux pump in pneumococci. Ethidium bromide accumulation in strain 1N27, a ...
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), the discrete genome which encodes subunits of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, is present at highly variable copy numbers across
Prior to Yus study, not much was known about the structure and function of the tuberculosis efflux pump regulator known as Rv3066. That, in part, is because researchers have attributed drug resistance in tuberculosis to the bacteriums very thick cell wall. That wall makes it very difficult to get drugs into the bacterium.. The researchers used X-ray crystallography (including X-ray beams produced by the Advanced Photon Source) to study the Rv3066 structure. They collected data showing the regulator when the toxic compound ethidium bromide was present and when it was not. The data revealed an asymmetric, two-part molecule with a spiral structure. The structure is flexible, allowing the regulator to recognize and respond to multiple drugs. In the presence of ethidium, Yus group says the regulator responds with a rotational motion, inducing expression of the efflux pump that rids the bacterium of antimicrobial drugs.. Studying that structure and mechanism could make a difference in the fight ...
PromoKine offers a wide range of dyes for fluorescently staining dead cells. The membrane-impermeable nuclear stains can also be used for fixed cells. Commonly used dyes for staining dead cells include; orange-fluorescent ethidium bromide (EB), red-fluorescent propidium iodide (PI), green-fluorescent acridine orange (AO) and blue-fluorescent DAPI. The toluidine derivative Trypan Blue is a classical non-fluorescent dye used to selectively stain dead cells and shows a distinctive blue colour under the microscope. ...
Our RNeasy buffers are subjected to stringent quality-control tests to ensure that they are indeed RNase-free. Buffer RPE concentrate and RNase-free water are tested for absence of RNases by incubating 4 µg of total HeLa-RNA in these solutions for 3 hours at 37°C, followed by monitoring RNA integrity via denaturing agarose gel electrophoresis and ethidium bromide staining.. Buffer RLT and Buffer RW1 are inherently RNase-free, since the buffers themselves inactivate RNases during the RNeasy procedure. ...
DNA binders were added in such concentrations to theU, that a previously calculated fraction of binding sites should be occupied (see here for calculation). We assumed to find a peak shift of the angles dependend on the added DNA binder concentration. The peaks for the tested DNA binding molecules spermine, ethidium bromide and DAPI as well as the negative control and the positive control (intrinsically twisted due to additional base pairs) are displayed in table 1. ,html, ,left,,font size=1,Table 1: ,/font, ,table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=6 align=center, ,tr bgcolor=#f5f5f5, ,td,,b,,/b,,/td,,td,,b,Number of particles,/b,,/td,,td,,b,Mean angle [degree],/b,,/td,,/td,,td,,b,Variance,/b,,/td,,/td,,/td, ,/tr, ,tr bgcolor=#f5f5f5, ,td,negative control,/td,,td,715,/td,,td,9.0,/td,,td,4.1,/td,, ,/tr, ,tr bgcolor=#f5f5f5, ,td,positive control (pretwisted),/td,,td,424,/td,,td,21.1,/td,,td,5.8,/td, ,/tr, ,tr bgcolor=#f5f5f5, ,td,Spermine 0.42 µM (in average one molecule per ...
Protocol: (source: http://www.e-biotek.com) Load 2-5X the amount of DNA that would give bands of moderate intensity on an ethidium bromide stained gel. Typically this is something on the order of 0.5-2.5 µg of a 1 kb fragment on a 30 ml 1% mini gel. These numbers are guess-timates so your milage may vary. Run the gel normally and then place in a 0.002% methylene blue (w/v, Sigma M-4159) solution in 0.1X TAE (0.004M Tris 0.0001 M EDTA) for 1-4 h at room temp (22°C) or overnight at 4°C. Diffusion of the DNA does not seem to be a problem for fragments as small as 100 bp (3% Nusieve:1%agarose gel). This avoids background issues associated with staining with 0.02% methylene blue for 30-60 min and then destaining for what seems to be forever If destaining is needed to increase the visibility of the bands place the gel in 0.1X TAE with gentle agitation changing the buffer every 30 - 60 min until you are satisfied with the degree of destaining. Notes: This method primarily eliminates the damage of ...
tries for mouse CO 2 and B actin. PCR mi es contained 10 ul of 5 PCR buffer, 1. 25 mM of each dNTP, 100 pmol of each forward and reverse primer, and 2. 5 units of Taq polymerase. The protein inhibitors final reaction volume Inhibitors,Modulators,Libraries was 50 ul. Amplification was performed in 25 cycles at 94 C, 20 s. 60 C, 40 s. 72 C, 40 s. After the last cycle, all samples were incubated for an additional 10 min at 72 C. PCR fragments were analyzed on 2% agarose 1 TAE gel containing ethidium bromide and their size was compared to a molecular weight marker. Amplification of B actin, a relatively invariant internal reference RNA, was performed in parallel, and cDNA amounts were stan dardized to equivalent B actin mRNA levels. Inhibitors,Modulators,Libraries These primer sets specifically recognized only Inhibitors,Modulators,Libraries the genes of interest as indicated by amplification of a single band of the e pected size and direct sequence analysis of the PCR products.. Immunofluorescence ...
FLUORO-SHEET. Reduces the risk of damaging expensive filters Works with DNA or RNA gels stained with Ethidium Bromide or SYBR Green Sharp fluorescent markings Intended for large or small gels. The most sensitive and expensive part of the UV transilluminator is the filter glass; Filter glass is necessary to block out the visible light and UV light of undesirable wavelengths. The surface of the filter is vulnerable to scratches and nicks. The Fluoro-Sheet, a UV transmittable sheet can provide reliable protection against such damages. The Fluoro-Sheet provides two dimensional fluorescent scales in three sizes, 20 x 19 cm, 15 x 14 cm and 10 x 9 cm. This improved versatility provides researchers a better way to assess the distance of DNA migrated in the gel, since the rate of DNA migration is not always the same on each side of the gel.. The Fluoro-Sheet is designed for UV tranilluminators of medium (300 nm) and long (365 nm) wavelengths. NOTE: It is NOT transmittable to UV of short wavelength (260 ...
MeCP2 forms defined complexes with nucleosomes in vitro. Gels in (A, B, C and E) were stained in ethidium bromide, the gel in D was stained with Coomassie blue.
OK, this is not exactly a time-sensitive issue, but since I took a crack at one of the most prominent toxicology myths in the biology labs (ethidium bromide is not really all that bad, in case you missed it), I figured I should do the same for one of the persistent myths on the organic… Read More ...
An electrical connector having crosstalk reduction between selected pairs of electrical contacts comprises a printed circuit board having a pair of circuit elements therein connected to selected contacts in the connector. The signal paths of such selected contacts are re-routed by means of the pattern of circuit elements in the printed circuit board, each circuit element balancing the mutual inductance in such re-routed signal paths for enhanced crosstalk reduction.
The effects of 24-h exposure to spectinomycin (100 microgram/ml) and ethidium bromide (1 microgram/ml) on the accumulation of chloroplast and mitochondrial rRNAs and on organelle ultrastructure were studied in greening cells of Ochromonas danica. Cells treated with ethidium bromide for 24 h divide at the same rate as controls but contain less than one third the normal amount of mitochondrial rRNA. Ultrastructural observations showed that these cells contain only 10% the number of mitochondrial ribosomes found in controls as well as fewer mitochondrial cristae. Ethidium bromide has no effect on chloroplast ultrastructure in Ochromonas. Greening cells treated with spectinomycin grow at close to control rates but contain 30-40% less chloroplast rRNA than do controls. Electron microscopy showed that spectinomycin disrupts the organization of chloroplast membranes and reduces the number of chloroplast ribosomes by 30%. Under these conditions, spectinomycin has no effect on mitochondrial rRNA or ...
The presence of putative ebrAB genes in the chromosomal DNA of B. subtilis has been revealed by whole-genome sequencing (9). Judging from the similarity of the deduced amino acid sequences between EbrA or EbrB and members of SMR family of multidrug efflux proteins, it seemed that the EbrAB is responsible for ethidium bromide resistance. We cloned the ebrAB genes fromB. subtilis ATCC 9372 and expressed them in E. coli cells. In fact, our data suggest that the EbrAB is a multidrug efflux pump and is involved in multidrug resistance against cationic lipophilic dyes such as ethidium bromide, acriflavine, pyronine Y, and safranin O. Three signature sequences that are specific to the SMR family members (19) were all present in deduced amino acid sequences of EbrA and EbrB (data not shown). Thus, we believe that the EbrAB is a member of the SMR family.. Each member of the SMR family so far reported is encoded by a single gene. Smr of S. aureus (6) and EmrE of E. coli (25) have been purified to ...
People using EB should follow several safety procedures. The laboratorys Chemical Hygiene Plan should reference this Fact Sheet, which outlines safe handling of EB and proper cleanup procedures. EB users should receive documented safety training on its hazards. EB must appear on the laboratorys chemical inventory, with accurate estimates of on-hand and yearly use quantities. Pure EB should only be handled in a fume hood, with the user wearing protective equipment that includes a lab coat, closed-toe shoes, chemically resistant gloves, and chemical safety goggles (not just safety glasses). Nitrile is an effective barrier to short-term exposure to EB. Gloves, such as Best Manufacturings N-DEX® or others made of 100% nitrile, are available from most laboratory supply distributors. EB users should wash their hands after removing their gloves, even if they are certain the gloves werent punctured. An emergency eyewash and shower should be accessible nearby. Like all other toxics, EB should be ...
Examples of effect: Have an allergenic effect, carcinogenic, mutagenic, toxic to reproduction and cause developmental toxicity (reprotoxic) or damage to organs Safety: You must be well-informed before starting work with these substances; wear protective clothing and gloves, eye protection and mask or breathing protection. ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Examination of EmrE conformational differences in various membrane mimetic environments. AU - Federkeil, Sandra L.. AU - Winstone, Tara L.. AU - Jickling, Glen. AU - Turner, Raymond J.. PY - 2003/4. Y1 - 2003/4. N2 - Ethidium multidrug resistance protein (EmrE) is a member of the small multidrug resistance family of proteins and is responsible for resistance in Escherichia coli to a diverse group of lipophilic cations. Research is beginning to elucidate structural information as well as substrate binding and extrusion mechanisms for this protein. However, the choice of membrane mimetic environment to perform structural studies needs to be made. In this study EmrE was solubilized in different membrane mimetic environments to investigate the influence of environment on the structure and dynamics of the protein by comparing the fluorescence properties of emission maxima, peak shifts, relative intensities, acrylamide quenching constants, and polarization. Taken together, the ...
Fig. 1. Expression of Xhmgb3 mRNA and regulation of Xhmgb3 by rax. (A-E) Regulation of Xhmgb3 mRNA (A-D) or Xhmgb3a mRNA (E) by rax. Induction of Xhmgb3 (A and B) by rax overexpression. Reduction of Xhmgb3 (C and D) or Xhmgb3a (E) by rax MO injection. Northern blot analysis of total RNA isolated from animal caps injected with water, rax or rax + smad10 RNAs. The cDNA fragment encoding for entire protein of Xhmgb3 was used as a labeled probe (A). The lower panel shows Ethidium Bromide (EtBr) staining of ribosomal RNA (A). In situ hybridization using a probe of Xhmgb3 for embryos injected with rax and β-gal RNAs (stages 18/19) (B) or rax MO (1 pmol) and β-gal RNA (stages 17/18) (C) into one dorsal blastomere at 4- or 8-cell stage on the animal side. Anterior view with dorsal to the top (B) or anterior-dorsal view (C). Section in situ hybridization using a probe of Xhmgb3 (D) or Xhmgb3a (E) followed by immunostaining against β-gal for embryos injected with rax MO (0.5 pmol) and β-gal RNA. The ...
There are many types of dendrimers used as nanomolecules for gene delivery but there is still an ongoing search for ones that are able to effectively deliver drugs to cells. The possibility of gene silencing using siRNA gives hope for effective treatment of numerous diseases. The aim of this work was to investigate in vitro biophysical properties of dendriplexes formed by siRNA and cationic phosphorus dendrimers of 3rd and 4th generation. First, using the ethidium bromide intercalation method, it was examined whether dendrimers have an ability to form complexes with siRNA. Next, the characterisation of dendriplexes formed at different molar ratios was carried out using biophysical methods. The effects of zeta potential, size and changes of siRNA conformation on the complexation with dendrimers were examined. It was found that both phosphorus dendrimers interacted with siRNA. The zeta potential values of dendriplexes ranged from negative to positive and the hydrodynamic diameter depended on the number of
1. Would any of your project ideas raise safety issues in terms of: o researcher safety, o public safety, or o environmental safety? No facet of our project would cause significant safety issues. All work is to be contained in PC2 labs. Processes carried out will be done so only after training is received and will be supervised by a skilled instructor to ensure the proper protocols are followed. Our labs will also diminish risks by avoiding the use of carcinogenic products like ethidium bromide, and instead use a more safe nucleic acid stain. This stain - GelStar - does not require UV light to be visualized but blue light, making it safer. The environment will be protected from contamination by waste products because any dangerous material will be disposed of in the correct container (e.g. biohazard containers for biological waste such as E. coli colonies), autoclaved and disposed of responsibly by the university. Team members will also be taught proper molecular biology skills and aseptic ...
The class is the Cell Structure and Function Laboratory. Hell yeah, doesnt that sound fascinating? Its the fall sophomore lab everyone is required to take. I didnt want to teach the little freshmen who knew absolutely nothing, and this class was actually pretty good when I took it. Its also not too mentally strenuous. Basically you set up your gel, sit around while your gel is running, and then interpret your gel. Oh, and a lot of stuff with hemoglobin and peroxidase isoenzymes. Exciting stuff.. I just hope Im a good TA. I dont want to be the jerk or the confused one who comes off as being really stupid. I want to be the cool TA, the one that actually remembers your name and jokes with you and is useful. Oi. And then the fear settles in that Im being trusted with a new generation of scientists… As long as I dont spill ethidium bromide all over them, Im probably okay.. ...
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There are several ways molecules (in this case, also known as ligands) can interact with DNA. Ligands may interact with DNA by covalently binding, electrostatically binding, or intercalating.[1] Intercalation occurs when ligands of an appropriate size and chemical nature fit themselves in between base pairs of DNA. These ligands are mostly polycyclic, aromatic, and planar, and therefore often make good nucleic acid stains. Intensively studied DNA intercalators include berberine, ethidium bromide, proflavine, daunomycin, doxorubicin, and thalidomide. DNA intercalators are used in chemotherapeutic treatment to inhibit DNA replication in rapidly growing cancer cells. Examples include doxorubicin (adriamycin) and daunorubicin (both of which are used in treatment of Hodgkins lymphoma), and dactinomycin (used in Wilms tumour, Ewings Sarcoma, rhabdomyosarcoma). Metallointercalators are complexes of a metal cation with polycyclic aromatic ligands. The most commonly used metal ion is ruthenium(II), ...
Cellular life, as we know it, is absolutely dependent on biological membranes; remarkable superstructures made of lipids and proteins. For example, all living cells are surrounded by at least one membrane that protects the cell and holds it together. The proteins that are embedded in the membranes carry out a wide variety of key functions, from nutrient uptake and waste disposal to cellular respiration and communication. In order to function accurately, any integral membrane protein needs to be inserted into the cellular membrane where it belongs, and in that particular membrane it has to attain its proper structure and find partners that might be required for proper function. All membrane proteins have evolved to be inserted in a specific overall orientation, so that e.g. substrate-binding parts are exhibited on the right side of the membrane. So, what determines in which way a membrane protein is inserted? Are all membrane proteins inserted just so?. The focus of this thesis is on these ...
BioAssay record AID 693243 submitted by ChEMBL: Induction of apoptosis in human MGC803 cells assessed as pyknosis at 5 uM after 12 to 48 hrs by acridine orange/ethidium bromide staining.
We have compared the cancer cell cytotoxicity, cell uptake., and DNA binding properties of the isomeric terphenyl complexes [(eta(6)-arene)Ru(en)Cl](+), where the arene is ortho- (2), meta- (3), or para-terphenyl (1) (o-, m-, or p-terp). Complex 1, the X-ray crystal structure of which confirms that it has the classical "piano-stool" geometry, has a similar potency to cisplatin but is not cross-resistant and has a much higher activity than 2 or 3. The extent of Ru uptake into A2780 or A2780cis cells does not correlate with potency. Complex I binds to DNA rapidly and quantitatively, preferentially to guanine residues, and causes significant DNA unwinding. Circular and linear dichroism, competitive binding experiments with ethidium bromide, DNA melting, and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopic data are consistent with combined intercalative and monofunctional (coordination) binding mode of complex 1. This unusual DNA binding mode may therefore make a major contribution to the high potency of ...