|Authors:||Berman, A. E.|
Chubukina, A. N.
Kozlova, N. I.
Morozevich, G. E.
Shtil, A. A.
|Title:||Expression of Integrins, Anchorage Dependent Apoptosis and Invasiveness of Multidrug Resistant Human Breast Carcinoma Cells|
|Abstract:||The aim of the study was to investigate the role of integrins in anchorage dependent apoptosis (anoikis) and in vitro invasion of human breast cancer cell line MCF-7 and its multidrug resistant subline MCF-7Dox. Acquisition of MDR was associated with markedly decreased expression of collagen specific a2ß1 and avß3 integrins, laminin specific a3ß1 and a6ß1 receptors and dramatic up-regulation of fibronectin specific a5ß1 integrin. The MDR subline was substantially more resistant to anoikis than their wild type counterparts. Furthermore, MCF-7Dox cells secreted MMP-9 collagenase and invaded Matrigel. We demonstrate for the first time that stimulation of ß1 integrin signaling strongly sensitizes MCF-7 cells to anoikis.|
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