Betaglycan blocks metastatic behaviors in human granulosa cell tumors by suppressing NFκB-mediated induction of MMP2.

@article{Bilandzic2014BetaglycanBM,
  title={Betaglycan blocks metastatic behaviors in human granulosa cell tumors by suppressing NFκB-mediated induction of MMP2.},
  author={Maree Bilandzic and Yao Wang and Nuzhat Ahmed and Rodney Brian Luwor and Hong Jian Zhu and Jock K. Findlay and Kaye L. Stenvers},
  journal={Cancer letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={354 1},
  pages={107-14}
}
Metastatic ovarian granulosa cell tumors (GCT) exhibit loss of betaglycan. Here we test the hypothesis that betaglycan blocks GCT metastasis by suppressing NFκB/TGFβ2-induced matrix metalloprotinease-2 (MMP2). Human GCT and a human GCT cell model demonstrated prominent MMP2 expression, which was dependent on NFκB activity and stimulated by TGFβ2 in an NFκB-dependent manner. Betaglycan suppressed both basal and TGFβ2-induced MMP2 expression and countered metastatic behaviors of GCT cells in non… CONTINUE READING

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