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dc.creatorCalvo, A. (Alfonso)-
dc.creatorCatena, R. (R.)-
dc.creatorNoble, M.S. (M.S.)-
dc.creatorCarbott, D. (D.)-
dc.creatorGil-Bazo, I. (Ignacio)-
dc.creatorGonzalez-Moreno, O. (Óscar)-
dc.creatorHuh, J.I. (J.I.)-
dc.creatorSharp, R. (R.)-
dc.creatorQiu, T.H. (T.H.)-
dc.creatorAnver, M.R. (M.R.)-
dc.creatorMerlino, G. (G.)-
dc.creatorDickson, R.B. (R.B.)-
dc.creatorJohnson, M.D. (M.D.)-
dc.creatorGreen, J.E. (Jeffrey E.)-
dc.identifier.citationCalvo A, Catena R, Noble MS, Carbott D, Gil-Bazo I, González-Moreno O, et al. Identification of VEGF-regulated genes associated with increased lung metastatic potential: functional involvement of tenascin-C in tumor growth and lung metastasis. Oncogene. 2008 Sep 11;27(40):5373-5384es_ES
dc.description.abstractMetastasis is the primary cause of death in patients with breast cancer. Overexpression of c-myc in humans correlates with metastases, but transgenic mice only show low rates of micrometastases. We have generated transgenic mice that overexpress both c-myc and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) (Myc/VEGF) in the mammary gland, which develop high rates of pulmonary macrometastases. Gene expression profiling revealed a set of deregulated genes in Myc/VEGF tumors compared to Myc tumors associated with the increased metastatic phenotype. Cross-comparisons between this set of genes with a human breast cancer lung metastasis gene signature identified five common targets: tenascin-C(TNC), matrix metalloprotease-2, collagen-6-A1, mannosidase-alpha-1A and HLA-DPA1. Signaling blockade or knockdown of TNC in MDA-MB-435 cells resulted in a significant impairment of cell migration and anchorage-independent cell proliferation. Mice injected with clonal MDA-MB-435 cells with reduced expression of TNC demonstrated a significant decrease (P<0.05) in (1) primary tumor growth; (2) tumor relapse after surgical removal of the primary tumor and (3) incidence of lung metastasis. Our results demonstrate that VEGF induces complex alterations in tissue architecture and gene expression. The TNC signaling pathway plays an important role in mammary tumor growth and metastases, suggesting that TNC may be a relevant target for therapy against metastatic breast cancer.es_ES
dc.publisherNature Publishing Groupes_ES
dc.subjectLung neoplasmses_ES
dc.subjectVascular endothelial growth factor Aes_ES
dc.subjectMammary neoplasms, experimentales_ES
dc.subjectMice, transgenices_ES
dc.titleIdentification of VEGF-regulated genes associated with increased lung metastatic potential: functional involvement of tenascin-C in tumor growth and lung metastasises_ES

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