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College of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Southwest University, Chongqing 400716, China

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Beijing Key Laboratory for Agricultural Application and New Technique, Department of Plant Science and Technology, Beijing University of Agriculture, Beijing 102206, China



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Abstract Seven dihydrochalcone compounds were isolated from the leaves of Malus crabapples, cv. -Radiant-, and their chemical structures were elucidated by UV, IR, ESI-MS, 1H-NMR and 13C-NMR analyses. These compounds, which include trilobatin A1, phloretin A2, 3-hydroxyphloretin A3, phloretin rutinoside A4, phlorizin A5, 6′′-O-coumaroyl-4′-O-glucopyranosylphloretin A6, and 3′′′-methoxy-6′′-O-feruloy-4′-O-glucopyranosyl-phloretin A7, all belong to the phloretin class and its derivatives. Compounds A6 and A7 are two new rare dihydrochalcone compounds. The results of a MTT cancer cell growth inhibition assay demonstrated that phloretin and these derivatives showed significant positive anticancer activities against several human cancer cell lines, including the A549 human lung cancer cell line, Bel 7402 liver cancer cell line, HepG2 human ileocecal cancer cell line, and HT-29 human colon cancer cell line. A7 had significant effects on all cancer cell lines, suggesting potential applications for phloretin and its derivatives. Adding a methoxyl group to phloretin dramatically increases phloretin’s anticancer activity. View Full-Text

Keywords: Malus crabapples; leaves; dihydrochalcone compounds; anticancer activity; human cancer cell lines Malus crabapples; leaves; dihydrochalcone compounds; anticancer activity; human cancer cell lines





Autor: Xiaoxiao Qin 1,2,†, Yun Feng Xing 2,†, Zhiqin Zhou 1,* and Yuncong Yao 1,2,*

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