Klasifikace mechanismu účinku a rezistence inhibitorů CDK pomocí proteomických technologií. (Classification of Mechanisms of Action and Resistence of Synthetic CDK Inhibitors Using Proteomic Technologies.)

Konference: 2007 3. ročník Dny diagnostické, prediktivní a experimentální onkologie

Kategorie: Nádorová biologie/imunologie/genetika a buněčná terapie

Téma: 07. Nádorová genomika a proteomika

Číslo abstraktu: 027

Autoři: H. Kovářová; S. Gadher; MUDr. Petr Džubák; doc. MUDr. Marián Hajdúch, Ph.D.

The purpose of this study was to apply a recently introduced proteomic based approach to identify candidate biomarkers of the response to anticancer activity of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor, bohemine. Mapping of the total protein expression of CEM lymphoblastic leukemia cells following bohemine treatment was performed by 2-D liquid phase separation. Proteins were fractionated by isoelectric points in pH gradient in the first dimension and each of these pI protein fractions was further separated by hydrophobicity using non-porous silica reverse phase chromatography in the second dimension. 2-D protein expression maps of control untreated and bohemine treated cells were generated and inter-sample comparison was performed. Most of the differentially expressed proteins were present at a decreased level after bohemine treatment while there were four proteins, which were up regulated. These proteins representing candidate biomarkers of cancer cell response to the treatment were selected for identification by mass spectrometry. Our results demonstrating down regulation of three histone variants, different in their pI and hydrophobicity, in response to bohemine indicated that anti-mitotic and anti-cancer activities of this compound may be associated with epigenetic regulation at the level of chromatin structure. Furthermore, crk-like adaptor scaffolding protein represents a new important protein family affected by bohemine. This strategy is valuable for comprehensive proteomic analysis of cellular protein targets and pathways that are relevant to anticancer activity of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibition.

The work on this project was supported by Czech Ministry of School and Education (LC07017 and MSM6198959216)

Datum přednesení příspěvku: 29. 11. 2007