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|Title:||Artemin stimulates radio- and chemo-resistance by promoting TWIST1-BCL-2-dependent cancer stem cell-like behavior in mammary carcinoma cells|
|Source:||Banerjee, A., Qian, P., Wu, Z.-S., Ren, X., Steiner, M., Bougen, N.M., Liu, S., Liu, D.-X., Zhu, T., Lobie, P.E. (2012-12-14). Artemin stimulates radio- and chemo-resistance by promoting TWIST1-BCL-2-dependent cancer stem cell-like behavior in mammary carcinoma cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (51) : 42502-42515. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1074/jbc.M112.365163|
|Abstract:||Artemin (ARTN) has been reported to promote a TWIST1-dependent epithelial to mesenchymal transition of estrogen receptor negative mammary carcinoma (ER-MC) cells associated with metastasis and poor survival outcome. We therefore examined a potential role of ARTN in the promotion of the cancer stem cell (CSC)-like phenotype in mammary carcinoma cells. Acquired resistance of ER-MC cells to either ionizing radiation (IR) or paclitaxel was accompanied by increased ARTN expression. Small interfering RNA (siRNA)-mediated depletion of ARTN in either IR- or paclitaxel-resistant ER-MC cells restored cell sensitivity to IR or paclitaxel. Expression of ARTN was enriched in ER-MC cells grown in mammospheric compared with monolayer culture and was also enriched along with BMI1, TWIST1, and DVL1 in mammospheric and ALDH1+populations. ARTN promoted mammospheric growth and self-renewal of ER-MC cells and increased the ALDH1+ population, whereas siRNA-mediated depletion of ARTN diminished these CSC-like cell behaviors. Furthermore, increased ARTN expression was significantly correlated with ALDH1 expression in a cohort of ER-MC patients. Forced expression of ARTN also dramatically enhanced tumor initiating capacity of ER-MC cells in xenograft models at low inoculum. ARTN promotion of the CSC-like cell phenotype was mediated by TWIST1 regulation of BCL-2 expression. ARTN also enhanced mammosphere formation and the ALDH1+ population in estrogen receptor-positive mammary carcinoma (ER+MC) cells. Increased expression of ARTN and the functional consequences thereof may be one common adaptive mechanism used by mammary carcinoma cells to promote cell survival and renewal in hostile tumor microenvironments. © 2012 by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Biological Chemistry|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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