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Title: Extracellular Vesicles Shedding Promotes Melanoma Growth in Response to Chemotherapy
Authors: ANDRADE, Luciana Nogueira de SousaOTAKE, Andreia HanadaCARDIM, Silvia Guedes BragaSILVA, Felipe I. Lelis daSAKAMOTO, Mariana Mari IkomaFURUYA, Tatiane KatsueUNO, MiyukiPASINI, Fatima SolangeCHAMMAS, Roger
Citation: SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v.9, article ID 14482, 12p, 2019
Abstract: Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are emerging as key players in intercellular communication. EVs can transfer biological macromolecules to recipient cells, modulating various physiological and pathological processes. It has been shown that tumor cells secrete large amounts of EVs that can be taken up by malignant and stromal cells, dictating tumor progression. In this study, we investigated whether EVs secreted by melanoma cells in response to chemotherapy modulate tumor response to alkylating drugs. Our findings showed that human and murine melanoma cells secrete more EVs after treatment with temozolomide and cisplatin. We observed that EVs shed by melanoma cells after temozolomide treatment modify macrophage phenotype by skewing macrophage activation towards the M2 phenotype through upregulation of M2-marker genes. Moreover, these EVs were able to favor melanoma re-growth in vivo, which was accompanied by an increase in Arginase 1 and IL10 gene expression levels by stromal cells and an increase in genes related to DNA repair, cell survival and stemness in tumor cells. Taken together, this study suggests that EVs shed by tumor cells in response to chemotherapy promote tumor repopulation and treatment failure through cellular reprogramming in melanoma cells.
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