Mutant p53 uses p63 as a molecular chaperone to alter gene expression and induce a pro-invasive secretome

Neilsen, Paul M., Noll, Jacqueline E., Suetani, Rachel J., Schulz, Renee B., Al-Ejeh, Fares, Evdokiou, Andreas, Lane, David P. and Callen, David F. (2011) Mutant p53 uses p63 as a molecular chaperone to alter gene expression and induce a pro-invasive secretome. OncoTarget, 2 12: 1203-1217.

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Author Neilsen, Paul M.
Noll, Jacqueline E.
Suetani, Rachel J.
Schulz, Renee B.
Al-Ejeh, Fares
Evdokiou, Andreas
Lane, David P.
Callen, David F.
Title Mutant p53 uses p63 as a molecular chaperone to alter gene expression and induce a pro-invasive secretome
Journal name OncoTarget   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1949-2553
Publication date 2011-12-25
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 2
Issue 12
Start page 1203
End page 1217
Total pages 15
Place of publication Albany, NY, United States
Publisher Impact Journals
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Mutations in the TP53 gene commonly result in the expression of a full-length protein that drives cancer cell invasion and metastasis. Herein, we have deciphered the global landscape of transcriptional regulation by mutant p53 through the application of a panel of isogenic H1299 derivatives with inducible expression of several common cancer-associated p53 mutants. We found that the ability of mutant p53 to alter the transcriptional profile of cancer cells is remarkably conserved across different p53 mutants. The mutant p53 transcriptional landscape was nested within a small subset of wild-type p53 responsive genes, suggesting that the oncogenic properties of mutant p53 are conferred by retaining its ability to regulate a defined set of p53 target genes. These mutant p53 target genes were shown to converge upon a p63 signalling axis. Both mutant p53 and wild-type p63 were co-recruited to the promoters of these target genes, thus providing a molecular basis for their selective regulation by mutant p53. We demonstrate that mutant p53 manipulates the gene expression pattern of cancer cells to facilitate invasion through the release of a pro-invasive secretome into the tumor microenvironment. Collectively, this study provides mechanistic insight into the complex nature of transcriptional regulation by mutant p53 and implicates a role for tumor-derived p53 mutations in the manipulation of the cancer cell secretome.
Keyword Invasion
Mutant p53
P63
Secretome
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: Queensland Brain Institute Publications
 
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