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Supplementary Fig. 4 from Ingenol Mebutate Signals via PKC/MEK/ERK in Keratinocytes and Induces Interleukin Decoy Receptors IL1R2 and IL13RA2

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posted on 2023-04-03, 14:24 authored by Sandra N. Freiberger, Phil F. Cheng, Guergana Iotzova-Weiss, Johannes Neu, Qinxiu Liu, Piotr Dziunycz, John R. Zibert, Reinhard Dummer, Kresten Skak, Mitchell P. Levesque, Günther F.L. Hofbauer

Gene expression analysis of IM-treated primary keratinocytes and patient-derived SCC cells; pathways analysis; validation of specific genes

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Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the second most common human skin cancer and the second leading cause of skin cancer–related death. Recently, a new compound, ingenol mebutate, was approved for treatment of actinic keratosis, a precursor of SCC. As the mechanism of action is poorly understood, we have further investigated the mechanism of ingenol mebutate–induced cell death. We elucidate direct effects of ingenol mebutate on primary keratinocytes, patient-derived SCC cells, and a SCC cell line. Transcriptional profiling followed by pathway analysis was performed on ingenol mebutate–treated primary keratinocytes and patient-derived SCC cells to find key mediators and identify the mechanism of action. Activation of the resulting pathways was confirmed in cells and human skin explants and supported by a phosphorylation screen of treated primary cells. The necessity of these pathways was demonstrated by inhibition of certain pathway components. Ingenol mebutate inhibited viability and proliferation of all keratinocyte-derived cells in a biphasic manner. Transcriptional profiling identified the involvement of PKC/MEK/ERK signaling in the mechanism of action and inhibition of this signaling pathway rescued ingenol mebutate–induced cell death after treatment with 100 nmol/L ingenol mebutate, the optimal concentration for the first peak of response. We found the interleukin decoy receptors IL1R2 and IL13RA2 induced by ingenol mebutate in a PKC/MEK/ERK–dependent manner. Furthermore, siRNA knockdown of IL1R2 and IL13RA2 partially rescued ingenol mebutate–treated cells. In conclusion, we have shown that ingenol mebutate–induced cell death is mediated through the PKCδ/MEK/ERK pathway, and we have functionally linked the downstream induction of IL1R2 and IL13RA2 expression to the reduced viability of ingenol mebutate–treated cells. Mol Cancer Ther; 14(9); 2132–42. ©2015 AACR.

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