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The N and C-termini of SPCA2 regulate differently Kv10.1 function: role in the collagen 1-induced breast cancer cell survival

Abstract : It's now clearly established that the tumor microenvironment participates to tumor development. Among the different actors contributing to these processes, ion channels, located at the cancer cell surface, play a major role. We recently demonstrated that the association of Kv10.1, Orai1 and SPCA2 is crucial to promote the collagen induced survival of MCF-7 breast cancer cells. By using siRNA directed against SPCA2, we shown that this protein is involved in the regulation of the activity, the expression and the sub-cellular localization of Kv10.1. In addition, it has been demonstrated that SPCA2 is involved in SICE in MCF-7 cells and that the Nand the C-terminal parts of this protein are necessary to interact and to produce Ca2+ entry. However, no information is available about the necessary SPCA2's important region to regulate Kv10.1. The aim of our work is to evaluate how SPCA2 could interact with Kv10.1 channel to induce survival promotion. By using different SPCA2 mutants, we evaluate the role of the Nand C-terminal sections on the expression and the activity of Kv10.1 channels. In addition, we analyzed the impact of these deletions on the collagen 1-induced cell survival. Our results bring out new information about the regulation of Kv10.1 channel through SPCA2. More specifically how the Nand C-terminus of this Ca2+ transporter regulate Kv10.1 expression, trafficking, and function suggesting new opportunities to target Kv10.1 channels in cancer progression.
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Alban Girault, Marta Peretti, Mehdi Badaoui, Anais Hémon, Hamid Morjani, et al.. The N and C-termini of SPCA2 regulate differently Kv10.1 function: role in the collagen 1-induced breast cancer cell survival. American Journal of Cancer Research, e-Century Publishing, 2021, 11 (1), pp.251+. ⟨hal-03607831⟩



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