E-MTAB-1742 - Transcription profiling by array of SW620 cells transfected with suppressor of cytokine signaling (SOCS1), an inducible negative regulator of cytokine signaling
Released on 1 May 2014, last updated on 13 May 2014
Suppressor of cytokine signaling (SOCS1) is an inducible negative regulator of cytokine signaling. SOCS1 is expressed in normal colonic epithelium and colon adenocarcinomas. However, the levels of SOCS1 decreased during progression of colon adenocarcinomas, the lowest level being found in the more aggressive stage and least differentiated carcinomas. The restoration of SOCS1 in a colon cancer cell line induced expression of E-cadherin associated with disappearance of the mesenchymal form of the p120ctn. SOCS1 expression is sufficient to revert many characteristics of EMT. This reversion is dependent on the regulation of expression of the transcription factor ZEB1, both at transcriptional and translational levels. Furthermore, miRNA profiling indicates that SOCS1 also upregulates the expression of the mir-200 family of microRNAs, which can promote the mesenchymal-epithelial transition and reduce tumor cell migration. Expression of SOCS1 within the colon carcinoma cell lines dramatically reduced the invasive properties of the cells in vitro. This property was also observed in mice inoculated intracardially with SW620 cells where SOCS1 expression not only reduced the number of animals bearing metastases. Thus, SOCS1 up-regulates expression of E-cadherin to reduce colon cancer cells invasive properties. This pathway could be associated with colorectal cancer survival by reducing the capacity of generating metastases.This project concern 2 replicates in dye-swap of SW620 cells with and without transfected SOCS1 on a 244K custom human genomic expression microarray.
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, dye swap design, genetic modification design, genotyping design
Suppressor of cytokine signaling 1 modulates invasion and metastatic potential of colorectal cancer cells. David M, Naudin C, Letourneur M, Polrot M, Renoir JM, Lazar V, Dessen P, Roche S, Bertoglio J, Pierre J. Mol Oncol. 14 (2014), PMID:24726456