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Journal:   CELL JOURNAL (YAKHTEH)   SUMMER 2009 , Volume 11 , Number 2 (42); Page(s) 190 To 195.
 
Paper: 

ANTI-ANGIOGENIC EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SHALLOT (ALLIUM ASCALONICUM) BULBS IN RAT AORTA RING MODEL

 
 
Author(s):  MOHAMMADI MOTLAGH H.R., MANSOURI K., SHAKIBA Y.A., KESHAVARZ MARYAM, KHODARAHMI R., SIAMI ABAS, MOSTAFAEI ALI*
 
* MEDICAL BIOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER, SORKHEH LIGEH, KERMANSHAH, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Objective: Angiogenesis is a key process in the promotion of cancer and its metastasis. Many natural health products inhibit angiogenesis. Because of the lack of molecular studies on anti-tumor and anti-angiogenic effects of shallot (Allium ascalonicum); except a few clinical studies on other shallot properties, such as the anti-proliferative effect of shallot chloroformic extract on two tumor cell lines, the present study focuses on the anti-angiogenic effect of aqueous shallot extract using an aorta ring model.
Materials and Methods: Aortic rings were obtained by cross-sectioning, at 1-2 mm intervals, the thoracic aorta of 4-8 weeks old Wistar male rats and cultured them in a thin drop of type I collagen gel. After 3 days of culturing and first sprouting, the extract of A. ascalonicum (from 25 to 800
mg/ml) was added to cultures. The results of anti-angiogenic activity were investigated by microscope. The cytotoxicity of extract at different doses on HUVECs was measured by trypan blue assay.
Results: The results showed that the shallot extract has suitable anti-angiogenic effect in a range of 50 to 800
mg/ml, but in 25mg/ml, the extract has no considerable effect. In addition, a tangible cytotoxic effect on endothelial cells at the above mentioned doses was observed.
Conclusion: Our study showed that aqueous extract of A. ascalonicum bulbs has noticeable anti-angiogenic activity without toxic effect on the cells in doses that ranged from 50-800
mg/ml. Therefore, A. ascalonicum can be a potential candidate for further investigations used in angiogenesis-related pathologic conditions.

 
Keyword(s): ANGIOGENESIS, ALLIUM ASCALONICUM, AORTIC RINGS, ENDOTHELIAL CELLS, AQUEOUS EXTRACT
 
 
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MOHAMMADI MOTLAGH, H., & MANSOURI, K., & SHAKIBA, Y., & KESHAVARZ, M., & KHODARAHMI, R., & SIAMI, A., & MOSTAFAEI, A. (2009). ANTI-ANGIOGENIC EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SHALLOT (ALLIUM ASCALONICUM) BULBS IN RAT AORTA RING MODEL. CELL JOURNAL (YAKHTEH), 11(2 (42)), 190-195. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=141940



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MOHAMMADI MOTLAGH H.R., MANSOURI K., SHAKIBA Y.A., KESHAVARZ MARYAM, KHODARAHMI R., SIAMI ABAS, MOSTAFAEI ALI. ANTI-ANGIOGENIC EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SHALLOT (ALLIUM ASCALONICUM) BULBS IN RAT AORTA RING MODEL. CELL JOURNAL (YAKHTEH). 2009 [cited 2021October27];11(2 (42)):190-195. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=141940



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MOHAMMADI MOTLAGH, H., MANSOURI, K., SHAKIBA, Y., KESHAVARZ, M., KHODARAHMI, R., SIAMI, A., MOSTAFAEI, A., 2009. ANTI-ANGIOGENIC EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SHALLOT (ALLIUM ASCALONICUM) BULBS IN RAT AORTA RING MODEL. CELL JOURNAL (YAKHTEH), [online] 11(2 (42)), pp.190-195. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=141940.



 
 
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