Notch signalling in solid tumours: a little bit of everything but not all the time View Full Text


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DATE

2011-04-14

AUTHORS

Prathibha Ranganathan, Kelly L. Weaver, Anthony J. Capobianco

ABSTRACT

Key PointsA causative role for Notch signalling is well established in T cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemias (T-ALLs), which have activating mutations in the Notch genes resulting in a constitutively active pathway. By contrast, solid tumours, which have ample opportunity to activate the pathway, exhibit inappropriate activation by multiple mechanisms, such as overexpression of ligand or loss of negative regulators of the pathway.The role of Notch signalling in solid tumours is highly dependent on the spatial and temporal context of Notch activation, as well as the status of other signalling pathways in the cells.Notch signalling has opposing roles in tumorigenesis depending on the cell type. Opposite interactions of the Notch pathway have been documented with the WNT and p53 pathways. Although synergy with WNT and antagonism of the p53 pathway directs the oncogenic role of Notch, the opposite is seen in the tumour suppressor context.Notch signalling has a major role in the maintenance and progression of tumours by promoting epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT) and angiogenesis. It also confers resistance to radiation and chemotherapeutic agents.The knowledge of the extensive crosstalk of the Notch pathway with other pathways such as the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) pathway could prove useful in developing combinatorial cancer therapies. More... »

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338-351

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