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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.42.2009.tde-09022010-104223
Document
Author
Full name
Adriane Sousa de Siqueira
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Jaeger, Ruy Gastaldoni (President)
Colquhoun, Alison
Correa, Olga Maria de Toledo
Title in Portuguese
Peptídeo AG73, derivado da laminina-111, induz migração, invasão e secreção de proteases em linhagem celular derivada de carcinoma epidermóide oral através de sindecana-1 e integrina b1
Keywords in Portuguese
Carcinoma epidermóide
Integrina \'beta\'1
Laminina
Metaloprotease de matriz
Peptídeo AG73
Sindecan-1
Abstract in Portuguese
Carcinona epidermóide é um prevalente tumor de cabeça e pescoço relacionado a altas taxas de mortalidade. Neste trabalho, verificamos se AG73 (RKRLQVQLSIRT, cadeia a1), peptídeo derivado da laminina-111, regula migração, invasão e secreção de protease em células de carcinoma epidermóide oral (OSCC). Cadeia a1 da laminina e MMP9 estão expressas neste tumor in vivo e in vitro. AG73 induziu aumento da taxa migratória de células OSCC em ensaios de ferida e migração, e também estimulou invasão em ensaio em câmaras bipartites com Matrigel. Células OSCC crescidas sobre AG73 exibiram aumento dose-dependente de MMP9, detectado por zimografia. Buscamos receptores de AG73 que regulariam atividade nesta linhagem. Células OSCC crescidas sobre AG73 exibiram colocalização de sindecana-1 e integrina b1, e silenciamento desses receptores com RNA de interferência promoveu diminuição de migração e invasão dependente de AG73 nestas células. Esses resultados sugerem que sindecana-1 e integrina b1, ativados por AG73, podem regular migração, invasão e secreção de MMPs em células OSCC.
Title in English
Laminin-111-derived peptide AG73 regulates migration, invasion and protease activity of cell line derived from oral squamous cell carcinoma through syndecan-1 and b1 integrin.
Keywords in English
AG73 peptide
Laminin
Matrix metalprotease
Squamous cell carcinoma
Syndecan-1
\'Beta\' 1 integrin
Abstract in English
Oral squamous cell carcinoma is a prevalent head and neck tumor, related to high mortality rates. Here we studied the role played by AG73 (RKRLQVQLSIRT, a1 chain) on migration, invasion and protease secretion of a cell line (OSCC) from human oral squamous cell carcinoma. Laminin a1 chain and MMP9 are expressed in oral squamous cell carcinoma cells in vivo and in vitro. AG73 increased migratory activity of OSCC cells, as shown by monolayer wound assays and migration assays. This peptide also stimulated cell invasion in chemotaxis chambers coated with Matrigel. OSCC cells cultured on AG73 showed a dose-dependent increase of MMP9 secretion, detected by zymography. We searched for AG73 receptors regulating activities in this cell line. OSCC cells grown on AG73 exhibited colocalization of syndecan-1 and b1 integrin, and siRNA knockdown of these receptors decreased AG73-dependent migration and invasion of OSCC cells. Our results suggest that syndecan-1 and b1 integrin signaling downstream of AG73 regulate migration, invasion and MMP secretion by OSCC cells
 
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2010-03-15
 
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