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Adhesion complexes formed by OVCAR-4 cells on laminin 1 differ from those observed on fibronectin


Gimond, C.; Mercier, I.; Weber, Igor; Aumailley, M.
Adhesion complexes formed by OVCAR-4 cells on laminin 1 differ from those observed on fibronectin // Cell Communication and Adhesion, 3 (1996), 527-539 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Adhesion complexes formed by OVCAR-4 cells on laminin 1 differ from those observed on fibronectin

Autori
Gimond, C. ; Mercier, I. ; Weber, Igor ; Aumailley, M.

Izvornik
Cell Communication and Adhesion (1541-9061) 3 (1996); 527-539

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Sažetak
Cell adhesion to laminin 1 or to fibronectin is mediated by distinct sets of integrins and is differentially regulated by protein kinase C (PKC). It suggests that upon integrin ligation to laminin 1 or to fibronectin different intracellular signaling pathways could be activated. We have therefore investigated the formation of signaling complexes induced during cell adhesion to laminin 1 or to fibronectin. Following cell adhesion to laminin 1 the re-arrangement of the cytoskeleton was slower than that observed on fibronectin and it was activated by treating the cells with H-7, an inhibitor of PKC. Conversely, treatment of laminin-adhering cells with a PKC activator resulted in a rapid disorganization of the actin cytoskeleton while a similar treatment had no effect on fibronectin-adhering cells. These results suggested that the structural organization of the adhesion complexes might be substrate-specific and might correspond to a different arrangement of cytoskeletal and/or cytoplasmic proteins. Reflection interference contrast microscopy (RICM) images revealed that cell-substratum contacts formed on laminin 1 were not well differentiated in contrast to those developed on fibronectin. However, immunofluorescence staining revealed a similar organisation of actin microfilaments, talin and phosphotyrosyl-containing proteins on both substrates. In contrast, differences were observed for vinculin distribution within cells spread on fibronectin or on laminin 1. Following cell adhesion to fibronectin most of the vinculin appeared as thick patches at the tips of the actin stress fibers while in laminin-adhering cells vinculin was recruited into thin streaks localized at the end of only some actin stress fibers.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija



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Projekt / tema
00981005

Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Igor Weber, (162634)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Gimond, C.; Mercier, I.; Weber, Igor; Aumailley, M.
Adhesion complexes formed by OVCAR-4 cells on laminin 1 differ from those observed on fibronectin // Cell Communication and Adhesion, 3 (1996), 527-539 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Gimond, C., Mercier, I., Weber, I. & Aumailley, M. (1996) Adhesion complexes formed by OVCAR-4 cells on laminin 1 differ from those observed on fibronectin. Cell Communication and Adhesion, 3, 527-539.
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