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IL33 Promotes Colon Cancer Cell Stemness via JNK Activation and Macrophage Recruitment

The expression and biological role of IL33 in colon cancer is poorly understood. In this study, we show that IL33 is expressed by vascular endothelial cells and tumor cells in the human colon cancer microenvironment. Administration of human IL33 and overexpression of murine IL33 enhanced human and murine colon cancer cell growth in vivo , respectively. IL33 stimulated cell sphere formation and prevented chemotherapy-induced tumor apoptosis. Mechanistically, IL33 activated core stem cell genes NANOG, NOTCH3 , and OCT3 / 4 via the ST2 signaling pathway, and induced phosphorylation of c-Jun N terminal kinase (JNK) activation and enhanced binding of c-Jun to the promoters of the core stem cell genes. Moreover, IL33 recruited macrophages into the cancer microenvironment and stimulated them to produce prostaglandin E2, which supported colon cancer stemness and tumor growth. Clinically, tumor IL33 expression associated with poor survival in patients with metastatic colon cancer. Thus, IL33 dually targets tumor cells and macrophages and endows stem-like qualities to colon cancer cells to promote carcinogenesis. Collectively, our work reveals an immune-associated mechanism that extrinsically confers cancer cell stemness properties. Targeting the IL33 signaling pathway may offer an opportunity to treat patients with metastatic cancer. Cancer Res; 77(10); 2735–45. ©2017 AACR .

Autoren:   Min Fang; Yongkui Li; Kai Huang; Shanshan Qi; Jian Zhang; Witold Zgodzinski; Marek Majewski; Grzegorz Wallner; Stanislaw Gozdz; Pawel Macek; Artur Kowalik; Marcin Pasiarski; Ewelina Grywalska; Linda Vatan; Nisha Nagarsheth; Wei Li; Lili Zhao; Ilona Kryczek; Guobin Wang; Zheng Wang; Weiping Zou; Lin Wang
Journal:   Cancer Research
Band:   77
Ausgabe:   10
Jahrgang:   2017
Seiten:   2735
DOI:   10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-16-1602
Erscheinungsdatum:   15.05.2017
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