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P-cadherin counteracts myosin II-B function : implications in melanoma progression

Koen Jacobs (UGent) , Mireille Van Gele (UGent) , Ramses Forsyth (UGent) , Lieve Brochez (UGent) , Barbara Vanhoecke (UGent) , Olivier De Wever (UGent) and Marc Bracke (UGent)
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BACKGROUND: Malignant transformation of melanocytes is frequently attended by a switch in cadherin expression profile as shown for E- and N-cadherin. For P-cadherin, downregulation in metastasizing melanoma has been demonstrated, and over-expression of P-cadherin in melanoma cell lines has been shown to inhibit invasion. The strong invasive and metastatic nature of cutaneous melanoma implies a deregulated interplay between intercellular adhesion and migration-related molecules RESULTS: In this study we performed a microarray analysis to compare the mRNA expression profile of an invasive BLM melanoma cell line (BLM LIE) and the non-invasive P-cadherin over-expression variant (BLM P-cad). Results indicate that nonmuscle myosin II-B is downregulated in BLM P-cad. Moreover, myosin II-B plays a major role in melanoma migration and invasiveness by retracting the tail during the migratory cycle, as shown by the localization of myosin II-B stress fibers relative to Golgi and the higher levels of phosphorylated myosin light chain. Analysis of P-cadherin and myosin II-B in nodular melanoma sections and in a panel of melanoma cell lines further confirmed that there is an inverse relationship between both molecules. CONCLUSIONS: Therefore, we conclude that P-cadherin counteracts the expression and function of myosin II-B, resulting in the suppression of the invasive and migratory behaviour of BLM melanoma cells.
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RHO-FAMILY GTPASES, CULTURED-CELLS, BREAST-CANCER, EXPRESSION, INVASION, MIGRATION, PHOSPHORYLATION, LOCALIZATION, ACTIVATION, MORPHOLOGY

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Jacobs, Koen, et al. “P-Cadherin Counteracts Myosin II-B Function : Implications in Melanoma Progression.” MOLECULAR CANCER, vol. 9, 2010, doi:10.1186/1476-4598-9-255.
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Jacobs, K., Van Gele, M., Forsyth, R., Brochez, L., Vanhoecke, B., De Wever, O., & Bracke, M. (2010). P-cadherin counteracts myosin II-B function : implications in melanoma progression. MOLECULAR CANCER, 9. https://doi.org/10.1186/1476-4598-9-255
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Jacobs, Koen, Mireille Van Gele, Ramses Forsyth, Lieve Brochez, Barbara Vanhoecke, Olivier De Wever, and Marc Bracke. 2010. “P-Cadherin Counteracts Myosin II-B Function : Implications in Melanoma Progression.” MOLECULAR CANCER 9. https://doi.org/10.1186/1476-4598-9-255.
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Jacobs, Koen, Mireille Van Gele, Ramses Forsyth, Lieve Brochez, Barbara Vanhoecke, Olivier De Wever, and Marc Bracke. 2010. “P-Cadherin Counteracts Myosin II-B Function : Implications in Melanoma Progression.” MOLECULAR CANCER 9. doi:10.1186/1476-4598-9-255.
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Jacobs K, Van Gele M, Forsyth R, Brochez L, Vanhoecke B, De Wever O, et al. P-cadherin counteracts myosin II-B function : implications in melanoma progression. MOLECULAR CANCER. 2010;9.
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K. Jacobs et al., “P-cadherin counteracts myosin II-B function : implications in melanoma progression,” MOLECULAR CANCER, vol. 9, 2010.
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RESULTS: In this study we performed a microarray analysis to compare the mRNA expression profile of an invasive BLM melanoma cell line (BLM LIE) and the non-invasive P-cadherin over-expression variant (BLM P-cad). Results indicate that nonmuscle myosin II-B is downregulated in BLM P-cad. Moreover, myosin II-B plays a major role in melanoma migration and invasiveness by retracting the tail during the migratory cycle, as shown by the localization of myosin II-B stress fibers relative to Golgi and the higher levels of phosphorylated myosin light chain. Analysis of P-cadherin and myosin II-B in nodular melanoma sections and in a panel of melanoma cell lines further confirmed that there is an inverse relationship between both molecules.
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