Brief Article
Copyright ©2009 The WJG Press and Baishideng.
World J Gastroenterol. Oct 21, 2009; 15(39): 4952-4957
Published online Oct 21, 2009. doi: 10.3748/wjg.15.4952
Figure 1
Figure 1 Inhibitory effects of genistein on MHCC97-H cell proliferation. MHCC97-H cells were treated with various concentrations of genistein for 6 d, control cells were left untreated, A595 values were determined daily.
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Figure 2 Inhibitory effects of genistein on adhesion and invasion of MHCC97-H cells. A: MHCC97-H cells were incubated for 20, 40, 60 and 90 min with various concentrations of genistein; B: MHCC97-H cells were incubated for 20 h with various concentrations of genistein.
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Figure 3 Western blotting analysis of protein expression and phosphorylation of FAK in MHCC97-H cells following genistein treatment. Lane 1: Genistein 5 μg/mL; Lane 2: Genistein 10 μg/mL; Lane 3: Genistein 20 μg/mL.
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Figure 4 Effects of genistein on protein expression and phosphorylation of FAK. Black columns, protein expression of FAK; Open columns, phosphorylation of FAK. Values are mean ± SD from experiments.
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Figure 5 Autopsy and microphotographic appearance after orthotopic implantation. A: Autopsy of mice bearing orthotopic implantations. Rapid tumor growth occurred. Thirty-five days after tumor tissue implantation into the liver; B: Microphotography of lung metastasis by MHCC97-H cells. Thirty-five days after orthotopic implantation, MHCC97-H cells metastasized to the lungs, forming pulmonary metastatic lesions. HE, × 200.