Ilya V Gonchar

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The present report provides evidence that, in A431 cells, interferon gamma (IFNgamma) induces the rapid (within 5 min), and reversible, tyrosine phosphorylation of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). IFNgamma-induced EGFR transactivation requires EGFR kinase activity, as well as activity of the Src-family tyrosine kinases and JAK2. Here, we show(More)
Interferon gamma (IFNγ) has been demonstrated to inhibit tumor growth in vivo as well as proliferation of multiple types of cultured transformed cells. In this study, we showed that IFNγ promoted progressive death in A431 cells, overexpressing EGF receptor (EGFR). Based on the data provided by evaluating cell morphology, MTT assay, FACS analysis, and(More)
We have shown earlier that H2O2 induces EGF receptor transactivation in different cells overexpressing EGF receptor. Mechanism of H2O2-induced EGF receptor transactivation in A431 human epidermoid carcinoma cells was examined in this work. We have demonstrated autophosphorylation of Tyr1045, 1068, 1148, 1173 as well as phosphorylation of Tyr845 of EGF(More)
Tethering factor EEA1, mediating homotypic fusion of early endosomes, was shown to be localized in membrane-bound state both in serum-deprived and stimulated for EGF receptor endocytosis cells. However, it is not known whether dynamics behavior of EEA1 is affected by EGF stimulation. We investigated EEA1 cytosol-to-membrane exchange rate in interphase HeLa(More)
Earlier, we demonstrated transactivation of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) in response to interferon gamma (IFNgamma) in epidermal carcinoma A431 cells. It was shown that IFNgamma-induced EGFR transactivation is impossible in some cancer epithelial cells. Here, we hypothesize that IFNgamma-dependent EGFR transactivation in these cells(More)
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) were established to play an important role in cellular signaling as second messengers by integrating different pathways. Recently, we showed that EGF initiated a rapid tyrosine phosphorylation of both EGF-receptor and STAT factors with simultaneous increase in the intracellular ROS level. Now, we have investigated the effect of(More)
Different cellular signal transduction cascades are affected by environmental stressors (UV-radiation, gamma-irradiation, hyperosmotic conditions, oxidants). In this study, we examined oxidative stress-evoked signal transduction pathways leading to activation of STATs in A431 carcinoma cells. Oxidative stress, initiated by addition of H2O2 (1-2 mM) to A431(More)
The influence of metabolic drug Cytoflavin (CF) with antihypoxic and antioxidative properties on human dermal fibroblasts in a model of ischemia-reoxygenation in vitro was studied. It was revealed that the restoration of ATP synthesis in fibroblasts in the postischemic period was considerably accelerated (in 2.1 times) by the addition of CF to the culture(More)
Interferon gamma (IFNgamma) is known to inhibit proliferation of certain transformed cell lines. Recently, we have demonstrated the transactivation of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) in response to IFNgamma (Burova et al., 2007) and provided direct evidence for the dependence of IFNgamma-induced EGFR transactivation upon EGFR expression level in(More)
The effect of the metabolic drug Cytoflavin (CF) with antihypoxic and antioxidative properties on human dermal fibroblasts in the model of ischemia/reoxygenation in vitro was studied. It was revealed that, during the reoxygenation period after ischemia, the cell death rate in culture with CF appeared to be 2–2.7 times lower than in control cultures.(More)
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