Effect of a nutrient mixture on matrix metalloproteinase-9 dimers in various human cancer cell lines

  • Authors:
    • M. W. Roomi
    • T. Kalinovsky
    • M. Rath
    • A. Niedzwiecki
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  • Published online on: December 30, 2013     https://doi.org/10.3892/ijo.2013.2235
  • Pages: 986-992
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Abstract

Strong clinical and experimental evidence demonstrates association of elevated levels of matrix metalloproteinase MMP-9 with cancer progression, metastasis and shortened patient survival, as it plays a key role in tumor cell invasion and metastasis by digesting the basement membrane and ECM components. MMP-9 is secreted in both the monomeric and dimeric form. Although there is little research on MMP-9 dimers, some studies have shown the dimer to be associated with more aggressive tumor progression. Our objective was to study the relative secretion patterns of MMP-9 monomer and dimer in a variety of cancer cell lines and the effect of a nutrient mixture (NM) containing lysine, proline, ascorbic acid and green tea extract on MMP-9 secretion. The cancer cell lines were grown in their respective media, supplemented with 10% FBS, penicillin (100 U/ml) and streptomycin (100 µg/ml) in 24-well tissue culture plates. At near confluence, the cells were treated with NM at 0,10, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 µg/ml. Parallel sets of cultures were treated with PMA (100 ng/ml) for induction of MMP-9. Cell MMP-9 secretion was assayed by gelatinase zymography. MMP-9 dimer secretion patterns of cancer cells fell into different categories. We observed no MMP-9 dimer in prostate DU-145 and PC-3, pancreatic MIA-Pa-Ca2, colon HCT-116, bladder T-24, head and neck FaDu, glioblastoma A-172, T-98 and LN-18 and leukemia HL-60, Jurkat, and Raji cell lines. MMP-dimer secretion only with PMA induction was seen in breast MCF-7 and MDA-MB-231, uterine SK-UT-1, lung A-549, tongue SC-25, melanoma A2058, osteosarcoma U-2OS, rhabdomyosarcoma, fibrosarcoma HT-1080, chondrosarcoma SW-1350 and liposarcoma SW-872. Cervical HeLa and DoTc 2 4510, renal 786-0 and HCC SK-Hep-1 cells exhibited MMP-9 dimer without PMA treatment and increased secretion with PMA treatment. Sarcomas had the highest levels of MMP-9 monomer and dimer with and without PMA among these cancer cell lines. Cervical, uterine and male breast cancer cell lines showed the next highest levels of MMP-9, followed by breast cancer cell lines. Melanoma, renal, lung, head and neck and HCC showed lower levels and prostate, glioblastoma, bladder and leukemia cell lines the lowest. NM showed dose-dependent inhibition of MMP-9 monomer and dimer in all cell lines tested. In conclusion, high MMP-9 and dimer secretion levels correlated with the most aggressive cancer cell lines. NM was effective in inhibiting MMP-9 and dimer secretion in all cell lines tested, suggesting its therapeutic potential as an antimetastatic agent.
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Roomi, M.W., Kalinovsky, T., Rath, M., & Niedzwiecki, A. (2014). Effect of a nutrient mixture on matrix metalloproteinase-9 dimers in various human cancer cell lines. International Journal of Oncology, 44, 986-992. https://doi.org/10.3892/ijo.2013.2235
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Roomi, M. W., Kalinovsky, T., Rath, M., Niedzwiecki, A."Effect of a nutrient mixture on matrix metalloproteinase-9 dimers in various human cancer cell lines". International Journal of Oncology 44.3 (2014): 986-992.
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Roomi, M. W., Kalinovsky, T., Rath, M., Niedzwiecki, A."Effect of a nutrient mixture on matrix metalloproteinase-9 dimers in various human cancer cell lines". International Journal of Oncology 44, no. 3 (2014): 986-992. https://doi.org/10.3892/ijo.2013.2235