Xenograft tumor experiment in nude mice confirmed that METTL3 silencing repressed OS cell proliferation in vivo via the HDAC5/miR-142-5p/ARMC8 axis. Collectively, METTL3-mediated mA modification facilitated OS cell proliferation via the HDAC5/miR-142-5p/ARMC8 axis.
In conclusion, miR-25 expression correlates with a better PFS and OS in ovarian cancer. Patients with low miR-25 expression and high miR-142 expression could benefit from bevacizumab treatment significantly.
Our results suggest that miR-142-5p is involved in the progression of OSCC by controlling the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3K)/AKT pathway by targeting the PTEN gene. Our findings suggest that miR-142-5p may be a new target for the treatment of OSCC.
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PTEN (Phosphatase and tensin homolog) • MIR142 (MicroRNA 142)
Therefore, miR-150 and miR-142 overexpression effectively inhibited ITGAvB3-dependent FAK activation, restoring sensitivity to AUY922. The synergistic co-targeting of FAK and HSP90 attenuated the growth of ITGAvB3-induced AUY922-resistant KRAS-mutated NSCLC cells in vitro and in vivo, suggesting that this combination may overcome acquired AUY922-resistance in KRAS-mutant NSCLC.
In addition, we demonstrated PKM2 and PKM2-mediated aerobic glycolysis contributes to miR-142-3p-mediated colorectal cancer cell invasion and migration. Hence, these data suggested that miR-142-3p was a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of human colorectal cancer.
To further explore the function of AS and/or SRP in vivo, we constructed a lung cancer xenograft combined with CTX-induced myelosuppression mouse model, and we found that AS and SRP remarkably reversed the CTX-induced reduction of white blood cells, bone marrow nucleated cells, and thymus index in vivo and did not affect the chemotherapy effect of lung cancer. Collectively, our results strongly suggested that AS and SRP could improve the hematopoietic function of myelosuppressed lung cancer mice, and their effects may be related to the inhibition of miR-142-3p expression in BMHSCs.
over 1 year ago
HMGB1 (High Mobility Group Box 1) • MIR142 (MicroRNA 142)