Phorbol Diesters and 12-Deoxy-16-hydroxyphorbol 13,16-Diesters Induce TGFα Release and Adult Mouse Neurogenesis
datasetposted on 04.05.2021, 23:46 by Abdellah Ezzanad, Ricardo Gómez-Oliva, Felipe Escobar-Montaño, Mónica Díez-Salguero, Noelia Geribaldi-Doldan, Samuel Dominguez-Garcia, José Manuel Botubol-Ares, Carolina de los Reyes, Rosa Durán-Patrón, Pedro Nunez-Abades, Antonio J. Macías-Sánchez, Carmen Castro, Rosario Hernández-Galán
A small library of phorbol 12,13-diesters bearing low lipophilicity ester chains was prepared as potential neurogenic agents in the adult brain. They were also used in a targeted UHPLC–HRMS screening of the latex of Euphorbia resinifera. Two new 12-deoxy-16-hydroxyphorbol 13,16-diesters were isolated, and their structures were deduced using two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy and NOE experiments. The ability of natural and synthetic compounds to stimulate transforming growth factor alpha (TFGα) release, to increase neural progenitor cell proliferation, and to stimulate neurogenesis was evaluated. All compounds that facilitated TGFα release promoted neural progenitor cell proliferation. The presence of two acyloxy moieties on the tigliane skeleton led to higher levels of activity, which decreased when a free hydroxyl group was at C-12. Remarkably, the compound bearing isobutyryloxy groups was the most potent on the TGFα assay and at inducing neural progenitor cell proliferation in vitro, also leading to enhanced neurogenesis in vivo when administered intranasally to mice.
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acyloxy moieties12-neurogenic agentscompoundneurogenesi-16-hydroxyphorboltigliane skeletonadult brainPhorbol DiestersTGF α assaygrowth factorNOE experimentshydroxyl groupEuphorbia resiniferadiesterTGF α releaseprogenitor cell proliferationAdult Mouse Neurogenesislipophilicity ester chainsC -12. RemarkablyNMR spectroscopyisobutyryloxy groupsTFGUHPLC