Data_Sheet_4_EI24 Inhibits Cell Proliferation and Drug Resistance of Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma.pdf (550.92 kB)
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posted on 21.08.2020, 09:17 by Lili Duan, Jiaojiao Ma, Wanli Yang, Lu Cao, Xiaoqian Wang, Liaoran Niu, Yiding Li, Wei Zhou, Yujie Zhang, Jinqiang Liu, Hongwei Zhang, Qingchuan Zhao, Liu Hong, Daiming Fan

Drug resistance, whether intrinsic or acquired, often leads to treatment failure in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (ESCC). Clarifying the mechanism of drug resistance in ESCC has great significance for reversing drug resistance, as well as improving the prognosis of patients. Previously, we demonstrated that etoposide-induced 2.4-kb mRNA (EI24) is the target of miR-483-3p, which promoted the growth, migration, and drug resistance in ESCC, suggesting that EI24 participates in repressing the tumorigenesis and progression of ESCC. Here, we observed that EI24 was remarkably decreased in ESCC tissues. Moreover, its expression was directly linked to the prognosis of patients. We then confirmed that the forced overexpression of EI24 repressed cell growth and sensitized ESCC cells to chemotherapeutic agents, whereas EI24 silencing had the opposite effect. Furthermore, gene microarray and ingenuity pathway analysis (IPA) were performed to establish the potential mechanisms and indicated that EI24 exerts a tumor-suppressive role via suppressing the acute phase response signaling pathway or IL-1 signaling pathway in ESCC. Collectively, our data reveal that EI24 overexpression attenuates malignant phenotypes of ESCC and that it is a novel possible ESCC therapeutic target.

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