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Integrin-based adhesion compartmentalizes ALK3 of the BMPRII to control cell adhesion and migration

It's unclear if the relationship between integrins and BMP receptors, which intertwine in space and time, is sufficient to guide adhesive processes. We found that BMP2 stimulation regulates BMPR spatial organization by segregating ALK3 from BMPRII into u03b23 integrin-containing focal adhesions. The selective recruitment of ALK3 to focal adhesions neceeds a u03b23 sense of interest and ALK3 activation. ALK3 plays ALK3 in focal adhesions by optogenetics by geolocalization, eliciting cell migration by inducing cell proliferation, which is necessary for cell migration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1083/jcb.202107110


Abstract B029: CM24, a novel mAb against carcinoembryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 1 (CEACAM1), suppresses Neutrophil Extracellular Trap (NET)-induced migration and metastasis of cancer cells

Tumor aggressiveness is intensified by increasing cancer migration and invasion capacity, as well as trapping circulating cancer cells and facilitate metastasis. A better understanding of the interplay between cancer and NETs is crucial for the development of novel therapeutic interventions blocking cancer evasion mechanisms and preventing metastatic transmission. We show that CM24 bonds to the NET system, significantly reduces the NET-mediated cancer cell migration, and inhibits metastases in mice xenografts. Using IHC and multi-plex IF of tissue microarray, tumor cells and the tumor microenvironment were tested. The effect of NET-induced migration of cancer cells in various cancer cells was investigated by a Boyden chamber chemoattractant assay in various cancer cellsu00b1NETs. B1Tumor In a Xenograft lung lesion model, NOD-SCID mice were IV engrafted with melanoma cells and treated with either CM24 or isotype control; 00b1 – cells in a Xenograft lung lesion model. In comparison to normal tissues, CEACAM1 staining of TMAs showed an elevated expression of CEACAM1 on both the tumor cells and the TILs in the TME, as well as normal tissues. With or without NETs, we next tested the impact of CM24 on cancer cell migration. CM24 significantly reduced metastasis of human melanoma to the lung in a xenograft lung lesion model. In the presence of TILs, a greater effect of CM24 on lung lesions was shown. Conclusions: CEACAM1 blockade by CM24 will prevent NET-mediated cancer cell migration in-vitro and in-vivo and reduce metastasis in-vivo.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1158/1538-7445.metastasis22-b029


MFG-E8-derived peptide attenuates adhesion and migration of immune cells to endothelial cells

We investigated the effect of MSP68 on various immune cells' chemotaxis and its regulatory mechanism in this research. On the TNF-stimulated pulmonary artery endothelial cell monolayer dose-dependently, treatment with MSP68 significantly reduced the BMDN and THP-1 cell but not Jurkat cell adhesion but not Jurkat cell adhesion. In addition, MSP68 severely slowed the migration of BMDN and THP-1 cells but not Jurkat cells to their chemoattractants. fMLP's inception of p38 MAPK in BMDNs was halted by MSP68. MSP68 helps prevent extravasation of immune cells through the endothelial cell lining into inflamed tissue, allowing MSP68 to be a novel, therapeutic agent for inflammatory diseases caused by increased immune cell infiltration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1189/jlb.3a0416-184rr


Natural Compounds as Target Biomolecules in Cellular Adhesion and Migration: From Biomolecular Stimulation to Label-Free Discovery and Bioactivity-Based Isolation

They are likely to be mediated by several signaling pathways and directly inactivating key cell adhesion surface receptor sites, according to our estimates. We systematize existing data into the ways that natural metabolites influence adhesion and movement, as well as their role in gene expression. Ultimately, we also summarize the findings of recent research and experiments on SARS-CoV-2 treatments by natural extracts, which mostly affects adhesion and virus entry.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/biomedicines9121781

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