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Autor(es): Duarte, HO
Balmaña, M
Mereiter, S
Osório, H
Gomes, J
Reis, CA
Título: Gastric Cancer Cell Glycosylation as a Modulator of the ErbB2 Oncogenic Receptor
Editor: MDPI
Data de publicação: 2017
Resumo: Aberrant expression and hyperactivation of the human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (ErbB2) constitute crucial molecular events underpinning gastric neoplastic transformation. Despite ErbB2 extracellular domain being a well-known target for glycosylation, its glycosylation profile and the molecular mechanisms through which it actively tunes tumorigenesis in gastric cancer (GC) cells remain elusive. We aimed at disclosing relevant ErbB2 glycan signatures and their functional impact on receptor's biology in GC cells. The transcriptomic profile of cancer-relevant glycosylation enzymes, and the expression and activation of the ErbB receptors were characterized in four GC cell lines. Cellular- and receptor-specific glycan profiling of ErbB2-overexpressing NCI-N87 cells unveiled a heterogeneous glycosylation pattern harboring the tumor-associated sialyl Lewis a (SLea) antigen. The expression of SLea and key enzymes integrating its biosynthetic pathway were strongly upregulated in this GC cell line. An association between the expression of ERBB2 and FUT3, a central gene in SLea biosynthesis, was disclosed in GC patients, further highlighting the crosstalk between ErbB2 and SLea expression. Moreover, cellular deglycosylation and CA 19.9 antibody-mediated blocking of SLea drastically altered ErbB2 expression and activation in NCI-N87 cells. Altogether, NCI-N87 cell line constitutes an appealing in vitro model to address glycan-mediated regulation of ErbB2 in GC.
Assunto: CA 19.9
Gastric cancer
Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (ErbB2)
Sialyl Lewis a (SLea)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10216/111857
Fonte: International journal of molecular sciences, vol. 18(11) p. E2262
Informação Relacionada: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/H2020/748880/EU
Tipo de Documento: Artigo em Revista Científica Internacional
Condições de Acesso: openAccess
Licença: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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