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Volume 24, Number 2, 2019

Radiopotentiation of enzalutamide over human prostate cancer cells as assessed by real-time cell monitoring

Marta Barrado, Idoia Blanco-Luquin, Paola Andrea Navarrete, Ignacio Visus, Fernando Arias

Summary:

Aim To evaluate the radiopotentiation of enzalutamide in human prostate cancer cells. Background While radiotherapy is the first line of treatment for prostate cancer, androgen blockade therapies are demonstrating significant survival benefit as monotherapies. As androgen blockade can cause cell death by apoptosis, it is likely that androgen blockade will potentiate the cytotoxic activities of radiotherapy. Materials and methods Here, we tested the potential synergistic effects of these two treatments over two human metastatic prostate cancer cells by real-time cell analysis (RTCA), androgen-sensitive LNCaP cells (Lymph Node Carcinoma of the Prostate) and androgen-independent PC-3. Both cell lines were highly resistant to high doses of radiotherapy. Results A pre-treatment of LNCaP cells with IC50 concentrations of enzalutamide significantly sensitized them to radiotherapy through enhanced apoptosis. In contrast, enzalutamide resistant PC-3 cells were not sensitized to radiotherapy by androgen blockade. Conclusions These results provide evidence that the enzalutamide/radiotherapy combination could maximize therapeutic responses in patients with enzalutamide-sensitive prostate cancer.

Signature: Rep Pract Oncol Radiother, 2019; 24(2) : 221-226


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