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Phenotypic changes induced by a novel benzophenone derivative and resultant suppression of cell proliferation in the human thymic acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell line HPB-ALL.

A novel benzophenone derivative, 2-(2-benzoyl-4-chlorophenoxy)-N-methylpropionamide (Ch-13), induced phenotypic differentiation linked to the inhibition of cell proliferation in human thymic acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell line HPB-ALL cells. The Ch-13-induced morphological changes consist of a decrease in cell size, nucleolar disappearance, and an alteration in the chromatin distribution, resembling large or atypical lymphocytes. Treatment with Ch-13 brought about a remarkable reduction in OKT6-, OKT4/Leu3a-, and OKT9-positive cells. At the optimal differentiation-inducing dose (5 X 10(-5)M), Ch-13 inhibited the cell proliferation, de novo DNA synthesis, and specific antibody-induced cell surface antigen capping.[1]

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