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Chronic Replication Problems Impact Cell Morphology and Adhesion of DNA Ligase I Defective Cells.

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Cremaschi P, Oliverio M, Leva V, Bione S, Carriero R, Mazzucco G, Palamidessi A, Scita G, Biamonti G, Montecucco A.

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PLOS ONE 10(7) e0130561-, 2015

Autori CNR

MONTECUCCO, BIAMONTI, BIONE

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Abstract

Moderate DNA damage resulting from metabolic activities or sub-lethal doses of exogenous insults may eventually lead to cancer onset. Human 46BR.1G1 cells bear a mutation in replicative DNA ligase I (LigI) which results in low levels of replication-dependent DNA damage. This replication stress elicits a constitutive phosphorylation of the ataxia telangiectasia mutated (ATM) checkpoint kinase that fails to arrest cell cycle progression or to activate apoptosis or cell senescence. Stable transfection of wild type LigI, as in 7A3 cells, prevents DNA damage and ATM activation. Here we show that parental 46BR.1G1 and 7A3 cells differ in important features such as cell morphology, adhesion and migration. Comparison of gene expression profiles in the two cell lines detects Bio-Functional categories consistent with the morphological and migration properties of LigI deficient cells. Interestingly, ATM inhibition makes 46BR.1G1 more similar to 7A3 cells for what concerns morphology, adhesion and expression of cell-cell adhesion receptors. These observations extend the influence of the DNA damage response checkpoint pathways and unveil a role for ATM kinase activity in modulating cell biology parameters relevant to cancer progression.

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http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0130561

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