S-Space College of Dentistry/School of Dentistry (치과대학/치의학대학원) Dept. of Dentistry (치의학과) Journal Papers (저널논문_치의학과)
방사선의 선량변화가 수종의 정상세포와 종양세포주의 세포활성도와 apoptosis 유발에 미치는 영향
Effect of Radiation Dosage Changes on the Cell Viability and the Apoptosis Induction on Normal and Tumorigenic Cells
- 박인우; 이삼선; 허민석; 최순철
- Issue Date
- 치과방사선 1999;29: 435-449
- Purpose : The study was aimed to detect the differences in the cell viability and the apoptosis induction after irradiation on normal and tumorigenic cells. Materials and Methods : The study. that was generated for two human normal cells(RHEK, HGF-l) and two human tumor cells(KB. HT-1080). was tested using MTT assay at 1 day and 3 day after irradiation and TUNEL assay under confocal laser scanning microscope at 1 day after irradiation. Single irradiation of 0.5. 1, 2. 4. and 8Gy were applied to the cells. The two fractions of 1. 2. 4. and 8Gy were separated with a 4-hour time interval. The irradiation was done with 5.38Gy/min dose rate using Cs-137 irradiator at room temperature. Results and Conclusions : 1. In 3-day group. the cell viability of HGF-1 cell was significantly decreased at 2. 4 and 8Gy irradiation, the cell viability of KB cell was significantly decreased at 8Gy irradiation and the cell viability of HT-I080 cell was significantly decreased at 4 and 8Gy irradiation. 2. There was significant difference between RHEK and KB cell line in the cell viability of 3-day group at 8Gy irradiation. There was significant difference between RHEK and HGF-1 cell line in the cell viability of 3-day group at 4 and 8Gy irradiation. 3. There was a significantly decreased cell viability in 3-day group than those in 1-day group at 2. 4 and 8Gy on HGF-1 cell. at 4 and 8Gy on HT-I080 cell. at 8Gy on KB cell. 4. We could detect DNA fragmented cells only on KB cell. Number of apoptotic cells of KB cell was significantly increased at 4 and 8Gy irradiation. However, there was no correlation between cell viability and apoptosis. 5. On all 4 cell lines, there were no differences between single and split irradiation method in cell viability and apoptosis.