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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Antiangiogenic And Finasteride Therapies: Responses Of The Prostate Microenvironment In Elderly Mice.
Author: Kido, Larissa Akemi
Hetzl, Amanda Cia
Cândido, Eduardo Marcelo
Montico, Fabio
Lorencini, Raísa Mistieri
Cagnon, Valéria Helena Alves
Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the structural and molecular effects of antiangiogenic therapies and finasteride on the ventral prostate of senile mice. 90 male FVB mice were divided into: Young (18 weeks old) and senile (52 weeks old) groups; finasteride group: finasteride (20mg/kg); SU5416 group: SU5416 (6 mg/kg); TNP-470 group: TNP-470 (15 mg/kg,) and SU5416+TNP-470 group: similar to the SU5416 and TNP-470 groups. After 21 days, prostate ventral lobes were collected for morphological, immunohistochemical and Western blotting analyses. The results demonstrated atrophy, occasional proliferative lesions and inflammatory cells in the prostate during senescence, which were interrupted and/or blocked by treatment with antiangiogenic drugs and finasteride. Decreased AR and endostatin reactivities, and an increase for ER-α, ER-β and VEGF, were seen in the senile group. Decreased VEGF and ER-α reactivities and increased ER-β reactivity were verified in the finasteride, SU5416 groups and especially in SU5416+TNP-470 group. The TNP-470 group showed reduced AR and ER-β protein levels. The senescence favored the occurrence of structural and/or molecular alterations suggesting the onset of malignant lesions, due to the imbalance in the signaling between the epithelium and stroma. The SU5416+TNP-470 treatment was more effective in maintaining the structural, hormonal and angiogenic factor balance in the prostate during senescence, highlighting the signaling of antiproliferation via ER-β.
Subject: Age Factors
Angiogenesis Inhibitors
Animals
Cell Aging
Cell Proliferation
Cellular Microenvironment
Finasteride
Male
Mice
Prostate
Aging
Antiangiogenic
Finasteride
Hormone Receptor
Prostate
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.lfs.2014.04.027
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24792519
Date Issue: 2014
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