Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1038/onc.2010.627
Title: IC261 induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis of human cancer cells via CK1δ/ε and Wnt/Β-catenin independent inhibition of mitotic spindle formation
Authors: Cheong, J.K.
Hung, N.T.
Wang, H. 
Tan, P. 
Voorhoeve, P.M. 
Lee, S.H.
Virshup, D.M.
Keywords: cancer
casein kinase 1
IC261
mitotic spindle
synthetic lethal
Wnt
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2011
Citation: Cheong, J.K., Hung, N.T., Wang, H., Tan, P., Voorhoeve, P.M., Lee, S.H., Virshup, D.M. (2011-06-02). IC261 induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis of human cancer cells via CK1δ/ε and Wnt/Β-catenin independent inhibition of mitotic spindle formation. Oncogene 30 (22) : 2558-2569. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1038/onc.2010.627
Abstract: Casein kinase 1 delta and epsilon (CK1/) are key regulators of diverse cellular growth and survival processes including Wnt signaling, DNA repair and circadian rhythms. Recent studies suggest that they have an important role in oncogenesis. RNA interference screens identified CK1 as a pro-survival factor in cancer cells in vitro and the CK1/-specific inhibitor IC261 is remarkably effective at selective, synthetic lethal killing of cancer cells. The recent development of the nanomolar CK1/-selective inhibitor, PF670462 (PF670) and the CK1-selective inhibitor PF4800567 (PF480) offers an opportunity to further test the role of CK1/in cancer. Unexpectedly, and unlike IC261, PF670 and PF480 were unable to induce cancer cell death. PF670 is a potent inhibitor of CK1/in cells; nanomolar concentrations are sufficient to inhibit CK1/activity as measured by repression of intramolecular autophosphorylation, phosphorylation of disheveled2 proteins and Wnt/Β-catenin signaling. Likewise, small interfering RNA knockdown of CK1 and CK1 reduced Wnt/Β-catenin signaling without affecting cell viability, further suggesting that CK1/inhibition may not be relevant to the IC261-induced cell death. Thus, while PF670 is a potent inhibitor of Wnt signaling, it only modestly inhibits cell proliferation. In contrast, while sub-micromolar concentrations of IC261 neither inhibited CK1/kinase activity nor blocked Wnt/Β-catenin signaling in cancer cells, it caused a rapid induction of prometaphase arrest and subsequent apoptosis in multiple cancer cell lines. In a stepwise transformation model, IC261-induced killing required both overactive Ras and inactive p53. IC261 binds to tubulin with an affinity similar to colchicine and is a potent inhibitor of microtubule polymerization. This activity accounts for many of the diverse biological effects of IC261 and, most importantly, for its selective cancer cell killing. © 2011 Macmillan Publishers Limited All rights reserved.
Source Title: Oncogene
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/110117
ISSN: 09509232
DOI: 10.1038/onc.2010.627
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