CDDO-Me radioprotection decreases with progressive oncogenic manipulations in HBECs and in a matched NSCLC line.


<p>Isogenic oncogenic progression in HBEC 3KT. Immortalized HBECs with (A) lenti-<i>KRas</i><sup>V12</sup>, (B) lenti-<i>KRas</i><sup>V12</sup> and sh<i>p53</i> knockdown, and (C) lenti-<i>KRas</i><sup>V12</sup>, sh<i>p53</i>, and <i>myc</i> overexpression. Only lenti-<i>KRas</i><sup>V12</sup> cells are still moderately protected by CDDO-Me, but further oncogenic changes eliminate the radioprotective effects of CDDO-Me. (D) HBEC 30KT are protected by CDDO-Me. (E) HCC 4017, a NSCLC isolated from the same patient from which HBEC 30KT was derived, are unprotected by CDDO-Me. (F) Increasing concentrations to 50 nM still enhances clonogenic survival of HBEC 30KT, but actually seems to decrease survival in HCC 4017 after 3 Gy radiation. Mean ± SEM of three experiments seeded in triplicate, **p<0.01, t-test (compared to DMSO at 3 Gy).</p

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