Neuropeptide-Inducible Upregulation of Proteasome Activity Precedes Nuclear Factor Kappa B Activation in Androgen-Independent Prostate Cancer Cells

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Neuropeptide-Inducible Upregulation of Proteasome Activity Precedes Nuclear Factor Kappa B Activation in Androgen-Independent Prostate Cancer Cells

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Title: Neuropeptide-Inducible Upregulation of Proteasome Activity Precedes Nuclear Factor Kappa B Activation in Androgen-Independent Prostate Cancer Cells
Author: Patrikidou, Anna; Vlachostergios, Panagiotis J; Voutsadakis, Ioannis A; Hatzidaki, Eleana; Valeri, Rosalia-Maria; Destouni, Chariklia; Papandreou, Christos N; Apostolou, Eftychia

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Citation: Patrikidou, Anna, Panagiotis J. Vlachostergios, Ioannis A. Voutsadakis, Eleana Hatzidaki, Rosalia-Maria Valeri, Chariklia Destouni, Effie Apostolou, and Christos N. Papandreou. 2012. Neuropeptide-inducible upregulation of proteasome activity precedes nuclear factor kappa B activation in androgen-independent prostate cancer cells. Cancer Cell International 12:31.
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Abstract: Background: Upregulation of nuclear factor kappa B (NFκB) activity and neuroendocrine differentiation are two mechanisms known to be involved in prostate cancer (PC) progression to castration resistance. We have observed that major components of these pathways, including NFκB, proteasome, neutral endopeptidase (NEP) and endothelin 1 (ET-1), exhibit an inverse and mirror image pattern in androgen-dependent (AD) and -independent (AI) states in vitro. Methods We have now investigated for evidence of a direct mechanistic connection between these pathways with the use of immunocytochemistry (ICC), western blot analysis, electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA) and proteasome activity assessment. Results: Neuropeptide (NP) stimulation induced nuclear translocation of NFκB in a dose-dependent manner in AI cells, also evident as reduced total inhibitor κB (IκB) levels and increased DNA binding in EMSA. These effects were preceded by increased 20 S proteasome activity at lower doses and at earlier times and were at least partially reversed under conditions of NP deprivation induced by specific NP receptor inhibitors, as well as NFκB, IκB kinase (IKK) and proteasome inhibitors. AD cells showed no appreciable nuclear translocation upon NP stimulation, with less intense DNA binding signal on EMSA. Conclusions: Our results support evidence for a direct mechanistic connection between the NPs and NFκB/proteasome signaling pathways, with a distinct NP-induced profile in the more aggressive AI cancer state.
Published Version: doi:10.1186/1475-2867-12-31
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3441896/pdf/
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