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Supplementary Figure 3 from NF-κB Regulates Radioresistance Mediated By β1-Integrin in Three-Dimensional Culture of Breast Cancer Cells

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posted on 2023-03-30, 21:51 authored by Kazi Mokim Ahmed, Hui Zhang, Catherine C. Park

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β1-integrin induction enhances breast cancer cell survival after exposure to ionizing radiation (IR), but the mechanisms of this effect remain unclear. Although NF-κB initiates prosurvival signaling pathways post-IR, the molecular function of NF-κB with other key elements in radioresistance, particularly with respect to extracellular matrix-induced signaling, is not known. We discovered a typical NF-κB–binding site in the β1-integrin promoter region, indicating a possible regulatory role for NF-κB. Using three-dimensional laminin-rich extracellular matrix (3D lrECM) culture, we show that NF-κB is required for β1-integrin transactivation in T4-2 breast cancer cells post-IR. Inhibition of NF-κB reduced clonogenic survival and induced apoptosis and cytostasis in formed tumor colonies. In addition, T4-2 tumors with inhibition of NF-κB activity exhibit decreased growth in athymic mice, which was further reduced by IR with downregulated β1-integrin expression. Direct interactions between β1-integrin and NF-κB p65 were induced in nonmalignant breast epithelial cells, but not in malignant cells, indicating context-specific regulation. As β1-integrin also activates NF-κB, our findings reveal a novel forward feedback pathway that could be targeted to enhance therapy. Cancer Res; 73(12); 3737–48. ©2013 AACR.

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