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Berberina y sus derivados

La berberina es un compuesto alcaloide aislado de hierbas medicinales y que exhibe una amplia actividad farmacológica. Aunque las bases moleculares de su actividad biológica siguen siendo objeto de debate, se continúa acumulando información sobre el alcaloide, datos que pueden ser aprovechados para futuras aplicaciones clínicas. Entre las aplicaciones terapéuticas que han abierto mayores expectativas e interés entre los investigadores, son aquellas relacionadas con la enfermedad cardiovascular, el  síndrome metabólico y el cáncer.  Si bien, su baja absorción y biodisponiblidad limitan su uso terapéutico por lo que durante los últimos años se han diseñado derivados que mejoren sus propiedades farmacológicas para su uso en clínica.

Publicaciones relevantes en el área

01/10/2019

Janus nanocarrier-based co-delivery of doxorubicin and berberine weakens chemotherapy-exacerbated hepatocellular carcinoma recurrence

Zhang F, Jia Y, Zheng X, Shao D, Zhao Y, Wang Z, Dawulieti J, Liu W, Sun M, Sun W, Pan Y, Cui L, Wang Y, He K, Zhang M, Li J, Dong WF, Chen L. 
Acta Biomater. Sep 2019.

Despite the rapid progress which has been made in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) chemotherapeutics, recurrence of liver cancer still remains a barrier to achieve satisfying prognosis. Herein, we aimed to decipher the role of berberine (BER) in chemotherapy-exacerbated... ver publicación

10/09/2019

Abilities of berberine and chemically modified berberines to inhibit proliferation of pancreatic cancer cells.

Abrams SL, Follo MY, Steelman LS, Lertpiriyapong K, Cocco L, Ratti S, Martelli AM, Candido S, Libra M, Murata RM, Rosalen PL, Montalto G, Cervello M, Gizak A, Rakus D, Mao W, Lombardi P, McCubrey JA. 
Adv Biol Regul. Jan 2019.

Berberine (BBR) is a common nutraceutical consumed by millions worldwide. BBR has many different effects on human health, e.g., diabetes, diarrhea, inflammation and now more recently it has been proposed to have potent anti-cancer effects. BBR has... ver publicación

10/09/2019

Abilities of berberine and chemically modified berberines to interact with metformin and inhibit proliferation of pancreatic cancer cells.

Akula SM, Candido S, Libra M, Abrams SL, Steelman LS, Lertpiriyapong K, Ramazzotti G, Ratti S, Follo MY, Martelli AM, Murata RM, Rosalen PL, Bueno-Silva B, Matias de Alencar S, Montalto G, Cervello M, Gizak A, Rakus D, Mao W, Lin HL, Lombardi P, McCubrey JA. 
Adv Biol Regul. Aug 2019.

Pancreatic cancer is devastating cancer worldwide with few if any truly effective therapies. Pancreatic cancer has an increasing incidence and may become the second leading cause of death from cancer. Novel, more effective therapeutic approaches are... ver publicación

03/06/2019

Effects of berberine, curcumin, resveratrol alone and in combination with chemotherapeutic drugs and signal transduction inhibitors on cancer cells-Power of nutraceuticals

McCubrey JA, Abrams SL, Lertpiriyapong K, Cocco L, Ratti S, Martelli AM, Candido S, Libra M, Murata RM, Rosalen PL, Lombardi P, Montalto G, Cervello M, Gizak A, Rakus D, Steelman LS. 
Adv Biol Regul. Jan 2018.

Over the past fifty years, society has become aware of the importance of a healthy diet in terms of human fitness and longevity. More recently, the concept of the beneficial effects of certain components of our diet and other compounds, that are consumed... ver publicación

03/06/2019

Role of 13-(di)phenylalkyl berberine derivatives in the modulation of the activity of human topoisomerase IB.

Vieira S, Castelli S, Falconi M, Takarada J, Fiorillo G, Buzzetti F, Lombardi P, Desideri A. 
Int J Biol Macromol. 2015.

Topoisomerases IB are anticancer and antimicrobial targets whose inhibition by several natural and non-natural compounds has been documented. The inhibition effect by berberine and some 13-(di)phenylalkyl berberine derivatives has been tested towards... ver publicación

03/06/2019

Multiple effects of berberine derivatives on colon cancer cells.

Guamán Ortiz LM, Tillhon M, Parks M, Dutto I, Prosperi E, Savio M, Arcamone AG, Buzzetti F, Lombardi P, Scovassi AI. 
Biomed Res Int. 2014.

The pharmacological use of the plant alkaloid berberine is based on its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties; recently, anticancer activity has been attributed to this compound. To exploit this interesting feature, we synthesized three berberine... ver publicación

03/06/2019

Antitumor effect of novel berberine derivatives in breast cancer cells.

Pierpaoli E, Arcamone AG, Buzzetti F, Lombardi P, Salvatore C, Provinciali M. 
Biofactors 2013.

Breast cancer is the most common malignancy and the most common cause of cancer death in elderly women. Chemoprevention with dietary compounds and their synthetic analogs has emerged as an attractive strategy to prevent carcinogenic progression to... ver publicación

03/06/2019

Berberine acts as a natural inhibitor of Wnt/β-catenin signaling--identification of more active 13-arylalkyl derivatives.

Albring KF, Weidemüller J, Mittag S, Weiske J, Friedrich K, Geroni MC, Lombardi P, Huber O. 
Biofactors 2013.

Aberrant activation of the canonical Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway has been reported for numerous tumors of different origins. In most cases, mutations in components of the Wnt signaling pathway or in β-catenin itself were detected which ultimately... ver publicación

03/06/2019

Berberine: new perspectives for old remedies.

Tillhon M, Guamán Ortiz LM, Lombardi P, Scovassi AI. 
Biochem Pharmacol. 2012.

Chemical compounds derived from plants have been used since the origin of human beings to counteract a number of diseases. Among them, the natural isoquinoline alkaloid berberine has been employed in Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine for hundreds of... ver publicación

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