Chloroquine p53 lysosome

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    Chloroquine p53 lysosome


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    In addition to its p53-activating effects, chloroquine also suppresses the growth of glioma cells with mutant p53, although less efficiently compared with glioma cells with wtp53. p53-independent cytotoxic effects of chloroquine are well known and related to the ability of chloroquine to cause mitochondrial dysfunction as a consequence of inhibition of lysosomal autophagy. 22 – 24 Our data demonstrating that chloroquine is capable of reducing the mitochondrial membrane potential in glioma. Mar 28, 2018 Tumor protein 53 p53 is a transcription factor that regulates genes involved in cell cycle progression, DNA damage response, metabolism, and apoptosis 1,2,3,4of p53 function is often. In the lysosome. p53 binds directly to a consensus p53 binding site in the DRAM promoter following genotoxic stress and transactivates this gene.

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    Chloroquine p53 lysosome

    Chloroquine-Inducible Par-4 Secretion Is Essential for Tumor., USP15-dependent lysosomal pathway controls p53-R175H turnover.

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    Induction of apoptosis is one of the mechanisms underlying the effects of chloroquine on suppressing glioma cell growth and viability. siRNA-mediated downregulation of p53 in wild-type but not mutant p53 glioblastoma cells substantially impaired chloroquine-induced apoptosis. In a mouse model of pancreatic tumours driven by Kras mutations, the outcome of suppressing autophagy is shown to depend on the status of p53 if p53 is intact, deletion of key autophagy genes. Here we show that chloroquine, a drug that activates the stress-responsive Atm-p53 tumor-suppressor pathway, preferentially enhances the death of Myc oncogene-overexpressing primary mouse B cells and mouse embryonic fibroblasts MEFs and impairs Myc-induced lymphomagenesis in a transgenic mouse model of human Burkitt lymphoma.

     
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