GCN5 Potentiates Glioma Proliferation and Invasion via STAT3 and AKT Signaling Pathways
AbstractThe general control of nucleotide synthesis 5 (GCN5), which is one kind of lysine acetyltransferases, regulates a number of cellular processes, such as cell proliferation, differentiation, cell cycle and DNA damage repair. However, its biological role in human glioma development remains elusive. In the present study, we firstly reported that GCN5 was frequently overexpressed in human glioma tissues and GCN5 was positively correlated with proliferation of cell nuclear antigen PCNA and matrix metallopeptidase MMP9. Meanwhile, down-regulation of GCN5 by siRNA interfering inhibited glioma cell proliferation and invasion. In addition, GCN5 knockdown reduced expression of p-STAT3, p-AKT, PCNA and MMP9 and increased the expression of p21 in glioma cells. In conclusion, GCN5 exhibited critical roles in glioma development by regulating cell proliferation and invasion, which suggested that GCN5 might be a potential molecular target for glioma treatment. View Full-Text
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Liu, K.; Zhang, Q.; Lan, H.; Wang, L.; Mou, P.; Shao, W.; Liu, D.; Yang, W.; Lin, Z.; Lin, Q.; Ji, T. GCN5 Potentiates Glioma Proliferation and Invasion via STAT3 and AKT Signaling Pathways. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2015, 16, 21897-21910.
Liu K, Zhang Q, Lan H, Wang L, Mou P, Shao W, Liu D, Yang W, Lin Z, Lin Q, Ji T. GCN5 Potentiates Glioma Proliferation and Invasion via STAT3 and AKT Signaling Pathways. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2015; 16(9):21897-21910.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Kun; Zhang, Qing; Lan, Haitao; Wang, Liping; Mou, Pengfei; Shao, Wei; Liu, Dan; Yang, Wensheng; Lin, Zhen; Lin, Qingyuan; Ji, Tianhai. 2015. "GCN5 Potentiates Glioma Proliferation and Invasion via STAT3 and AKT Signaling Pathways." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 16, no. 9: 21897-21910.