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Cell cycle checkpoint status in human malignant mesothelioma cell lines: response to gamma radiation.

Vivo C, Lecomte C, Levy F, Leroy K, Kirova Y, Renier A, Kheuang L, Piedbois P, Chopin D, Jaurand MC - Br. J. Cancer (2003)

Bottom Line: G1 arrest was p21(WAF1/CIP1)- and p53-dependent.Lack of arrest in G1 was not related to p53 mutation or binding to SV40 Tag, except in one HMCL presenting a missense mutation at codon 248.These results may help us to understand mesothelioma and develop new treatments.

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Affiliation: INSERM EMI 9909, Faculté de Médecine, Université Paris XII, Creteil, France.

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Knowledge of the function of the cell cycle checkpoints in tumour cells may be important to develop treatment strategies for human cancers. The protein p53 is an important factor that regulates cell cycle progression and apoptosis in response to drugs. In human malignant mesothelioma, p53 is generally not mutated, but may be inactivated by SV40 early region T antigen (SV40 Tag). However, the function of p53 has not been investigated in mesothelioma cells. Here, we investigated the function of the cell cycle checkpoints in six human mesothelioma cell lines (HMCLs) by studying the cell distribution in the different phases of the cell cycle by flow cytometry, and expression of cell cycle proteins, p53, p21(WAF1/CIP1) and p27(KIP1). In addition, we studied p53 gene mutations and expression of SV40 Tag. After exposure to gamma-radiation, HMCLs were arrested either in one or both phases of the cell cycle, demonstrating a heterogeneity in cell cycle control. G1 arrest was p21(WAF1/CIP1)- and p53-dependent. Lack of arrest in G1 was not related to p53 mutation or binding to SV40 Tag, except in one HMCL presenting a missense mutation at codon 248. These results may help us to understand mesothelioma and develop new treatments.

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PCR (A) and RT–PCR (B) analyses of DNA and RNA extracted from HMCLs as described in Materials and Methods. Amplifications were carried out with PYV.for and PYV.rev for SV40 Tag primers. Positive control was SV40 Tag transduced rat pleural mesothelial cells (SV40). (−): negative control. GAPDH amplification (165 bp) was used as quantitative RT–PCR control.
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fig5: PCR (A) and RT–PCR (B) analyses of DNA and RNA extracted from HMCLs as described in Materials and Methods. Amplifications were carried out with PYV.for and PYV.rev for SV40 Tag primers. Positive control was SV40 Tag transduced rat pleural mesothelial cells (SV40). (−): negative control. GAPDH amplification (165 bp) was used as quantitative RT–PCR control.

Mentions: SV40 Tag DNA and RNA sequences were not detected by PCR except in the positive control (Figure 5Figure 5


Cell cycle checkpoint status in human malignant mesothelioma cell lines: response to gamma radiation.

Vivo C, Lecomte C, Levy F, Leroy K, Kirova Y, Renier A, Kheuang L, Piedbois P, Chopin D, Jaurand MC - Br. J. Cancer (2003)

PCR (A) and RT–PCR (B) analyses of DNA and RNA extracted from HMCLs as described in Materials and Methods. Amplifications were carried out with PYV.for and PYV.rev for SV40 Tag primers. Positive control was SV40 Tag transduced rat pleural mesothelial cells (SV40). (−): negative control. GAPDH amplification (165 bp) was used as quantitative RT–PCR control.
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fig5: PCR (A) and RT–PCR (B) analyses of DNA and RNA extracted from HMCLs as described in Materials and Methods. Amplifications were carried out with PYV.for and PYV.rev for SV40 Tag primers. Positive control was SV40 Tag transduced rat pleural mesothelial cells (SV40). (−): negative control. GAPDH amplification (165 bp) was used as quantitative RT–PCR control.
Mentions: SV40 Tag DNA and RNA sequences were not detected by PCR except in the positive control (Figure 5Figure 5

Bottom Line: G1 arrest was p21(WAF1/CIP1)- and p53-dependent.Lack of arrest in G1 was not related to p53 mutation or binding to SV40 Tag, except in one HMCL presenting a missense mutation at codon 248.These results may help us to understand mesothelioma and develop new treatments.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: INSERM EMI 9909, Faculté de Médecine, Université Paris XII, Creteil, France.

ABSTRACT
Knowledge of the function of the cell cycle checkpoints in tumour cells may be important to develop treatment strategies for human cancers. The protein p53 is an important factor that regulates cell cycle progression and apoptosis in response to drugs. In human malignant mesothelioma, p53 is generally not mutated, but may be inactivated by SV40 early region T antigen (SV40 Tag). However, the function of p53 has not been investigated in mesothelioma cells. Here, we investigated the function of the cell cycle checkpoints in six human mesothelioma cell lines (HMCLs) by studying the cell distribution in the different phases of the cell cycle by flow cytometry, and expression of cell cycle proteins, p53, p21(WAF1/CIP1) and p27(KIP1). In addition, we studied p53 gene mutations and expression of SV40 Tag. After exposure to gamma-radiation, HMCLs were arrested either in one or both phases of the cell cycle, demonstrating a heterogeneity in cell cycle control. G1 arrest was p21(WAF1/CIP1)- and p53-dependent. Lack of arrest in G1 was not related to p53 mutation or binding to SV40 Tag, except in one HMCL presenting a missense mutation at codon 248. These results may help us to understand mesothelioma and develop new treatments.

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