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Cadherin-11 increases migration and invasion of prostate cancer cells and enhances their interaction with osteoblasts


, : Cadherin-11 increases migration and invasion of prostate cancer cells and enhances their interaction with osteoblasts. Cancer Research 70(11): 4580-4589

Cell adhesion molecules have been implicated in the colonization of cancer cells to distant organs. Prostate cancer (PCa) has a propensity to metastasize to bone, and cadherin-11, which is an osteoblast cadherin aberrantly expressed in PCa cells derived from bone metastases, has been shown to play a role in the metastasis of PCa cells to bone. However, the mechanism by which cadherin-11 is involved in this process is not known. Here, we show that expression of cadherin-11 in cadherin-11-negative C4-2B4 cells increases their spreading and intercalation into an osteoblast layer and also stimulates C4-2B4 cell migration and invasiveness. The downregulation of cadherin-11 in cadherin-11-expressing metastatic PC3 cells decreases cell motility and invasiveness. Further, both the juxtamembrane (JMD) and beta-catenin binding domains (CBS) in the cytoplasmic tail of cadherin-11 are required for cell migration and invasion, but not spreading. Gene array analyses showed that several invasion-related genes, including MMP-7 and MMP-15, are upregulated in cadherin-11-expressing, but not in cad11-DeltaJMD-expressing or cad11-DeltaCBS-expressing, C4-2B4 cells. These observations suggest that cadherin-11 not only provides a physical link between PCa cells and osteoblasts but also increases PCa cell motility and invasiveness that may facilitate the metastatic colonization of PCa cells in bone.

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PMID: 20484040

DOI: 10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-09-3016


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