A copper-(I)-catalyzed variation of the Huisgen 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition has been applied to lead the in living-cell mass-spectrometry based identification of protein targets of oleocanthal, a natural metabolite daily ingested by millions of people. Chemical proteomics revealed heat-shock proteins, HSP70 and HSP90, as main oleocanthal interactors in living systems. These two proteins are involved in cancer development and, thus, our findings could have important outcomes for a deep evaluation of the bio-pharmacological significance of oleocanthal.

In Cell Interactome of Oleocanthal, an Extra Virgin Olive Oil Bioactive Component

CASSIANO, CHIARA;CASAPULLO, Agostino;TOSCO, ALESSANDRA;MONTI, Maria Chiara;RICCIO, Raffaele
2015

Abstract

A copper-(I)-catalyzed variation of the Huisgen 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition has been applied to lead the in living-cell mass-spectrometry based identification of protein targets of oleocanthal, a natural metabolite daily ingested by millions of people. Chemical proteomics revealed heat-shock proteins, HSP70 and HSP90, as main oleocanthal interactors in living systems. These two proteins are involved in cancer development and, thus, our findings could have important outcomes for a deep evaluation of the bio-pharmacological significance of oleocanthal.
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