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Novel isatin-derived molecules activate p53 via interference with Mdm2 to promote apoptosis

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The p53 protein is a key tumor suppressor in mammals. In response to various forms of genotoxic stress p53 stimulates expression of genes whose products induce cell cycle arrest and/or apoptosis. An E3-ubiquitin ligase, Mdm2 (mouse-double-minute 2) and its human ortholog Hdm2, physically interact with the amino-terminus of p53 to mediate its ubiquitin-mediated degradation via the proteasome. Thus, pharmacological inhibition of the p53-Mdm2 interaction leads to overall stabilization of p53 and stimulation of its anti-tumorigenic activity. In this study we characterize the biological effects of a novel class of non-genotoxic isatin Schiff and Mannich base derivatives (ISMBDs) that stabilize p53 on the protein level. The likely mechanism behind their positive effect on p53 is mediated via the competitive interaction with Mdm2. Importantly, unlike Nutlin, these compounds selectively promoted p53-mediated cell death. These novel pharmacological activators of p53 can serve as valuable molecular tools for probing p53-positive tumors and set up the stage for development of new anti-cancer drugs.

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hal-01862975 , version 1 (28-08-2018)

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Olga Fedorova, Alexandra Daks, Varvara Petrova, Alexey Petukhov, Larissa Lezina, et al.. Novel isatin-derived molecules activate p53 via interference with Mdm2 to promote apoptosis. Cell Cycle, 2018, 17 (15), pp.1917-1930. ⟨10.1080/15384101.2018.1506664⟩. ⟨hal-01862975⟩
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