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Supplementary Movie 3 from β1 Integrin Targeting Potentiates Antiangiogenic Therapy and Inhibits the Growth of Bevacizumab-Resistant Glioblastoma

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posted on 2023-03-30, 21:24 authored by W. Shawn Carbonell, Michael DeLay, Arman Jahangiri, Catherine C. Park, Manish K. Aghi

MOV file - 1285K, Supplementary Movie 3. Epithelial Migration Of Bevacizumab-Na�ve Glioma Cells. Related to Figure 2. Timelapse phase-contrast imaging of N1 bevacizumab-na�ve (left) and BRG3 bevacizumab-resistant (right) cells on fibronectin. N1 cells demonstrated classic epithelial migration with broad lamellipodial extensions and slow rearward translocation with an overall polygonal morphology. In contrast, BRG3 cells display rapid, saltatory migration with spindle-like morphology. Movie images captured with a 40x objective representing approximately 14 hours of imaging, 35 minutes between each frame.

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Antiangiogenic therapies like bevacizumab offer promise for cancer treatment, but acquired resistance, which often includes an aggressive mesenchymal phenotype, can limit the use of these agents. Upregulation of β1 integrin (ITGB1) occurs in some bevacizumab-resistant glioblastomas (BRG) whereby, mediating tumor–microenvironment interactions, we hypothesized that it may mediate a mesenchymal-type resistance to antiangiogenic therapy. Immunostaining analyses of β1 integrin and its downstream effector kinase FAK revealed upregulation in 75% and 86% of BRGs, respectively, compared with pretreatment paired specimens. Furthermore, flow cytometry revealed eight-fold more β1 integrin in primary BRG cells compared with cells from bevacizumab-naïve glioblastomas (BNG). Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching of cells engineered to express a β1-GFP fusion protein indicated that the mobile β1 integrin fraction was doubled, and half-life of β1 integrin turnover in focal adhesions was reduced markedly in BRG cells compared with bevacizumab-responsive glioblastoma multiforme cells. Hypoxia, which was increased with acquisition of bevacizumab resistance, was associated with increased β1 integrin expression in cultured BNG cells. BRGs displayed an aggressive mesenchymal-like phenotype in vitro. We found that growth of BRG xenograft tumors was attenuated by the β1 antibody, OS2966, allowing a 20-fold dose reduction of bevacizumab per cycle in this model. Intracranial delivery of OS2966 through osmotic pumps over 28 days increased tumor cell apoptosis, decreased tumor cell invasiveness, and blunted the mesenchymal morphology of tumor cells. We concluded that β1 integrin upregulation in BRGs likely reflects an onset of hypoxia caused by antiangiogenic therapy, and that β1 inhibition is well tolerated in vivo as a tractable strategy to disrupt resistance to this therapy. Cancer Res; 73(10); 3145–54. ©2013 AACR.

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