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KR-31466, a benzopyranylindol analog, attenuates hypoxic injury through mitochondrial K(ATP) channel and protein kinase C activation in heart-derived H9c2 cells.

Authors
Jung, YS; Kim, MY; Kim, MH; Lee, S; Yi, KY; Yoo, SE; Lee, SH; Baik, EJ; Moon, CH; Cho, JP
Citation
Journal of pharmacological sciences, 92(1):13-18, 2003
Journal Title
Journal of pharmacological sciences
ISSN
1347-86131347-8648
Abstract
In the present study, we investigated whether a novel benzopyranylindol analogue, KR-31466 (KR466) (1-[(2S,3R,4S)-3,4-dihydro-2-dimethoxymethyl-3-hydroxy-2-methyl-6-nitro-2H-1-benzopyran-4-yl]-1H-indole-2-carboxylic acid ethyl ester) can attenuate hypoxic injury in heart-derived H9c2 cells and, if so, whether the protective effect of KR466 is mediated through mitochondrial ATP-sensitive potassium (mtK(ATP)) opening. The treatment of H9c2 cells with KR466 (3 - 30 microM) significantly reduced hypoxia-induced cell death in a concentration-dependent manner, as shown by lactate dehydrogenase release and propidium iodide-uptake. In addition, KR466 (10 microM) significantly reduced the increase in hypoxia-induced TUNEL-positive cells, suggesting its anti-apoptotic potential in H9c2 cells. The protective effects of KR466 were abolished by 5-hydroxydecanoate, a specific blocker of the mtK(ATP) channel, suggesting the involvement of the mtK(ATP) channel in the protective effect of KR466. A specific inhibitor of protein kinase C (PKC), chelerythrine (3 microM), significantly attenuated the protective effect of KR466 against hypoxia-induced cardiac cell death. In conclusion, our results suggest that KR466 can protect H9c2 cells from hypoxia-induced death through mtK(ATP) channel opening and PKC activation.
MeSH terms
AnimalsBenzopyrans/pharmacology*Cell Hypoxia/drug effectsCell LineEnzyme ActivationIn Situ Nick-End LabelingIndicators and ReagentsIndoles/pharmacology*L-Lactate Dehydrogenase/metabolismMembrane Proteins/metabolism*Myocardium/cytologyMyocardium/metabolism*Potassium ChannelsPropidium/metabolismProtective Agents/pharmacology*Protein Kinase C/metabolism*Rats
PMID
12832850
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정, 이숙정, 윤석이, 수환백, 은주문, 창현조, 준필
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