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Boque-Sastre R, Guil S
A lncRNA Decoy Predicts Sensitivity to Cisplatin.
Trends Mol MedAbr 2020, 26(4)352-354. Epub 18 Feb 2020
In a recent iScience paper by Fan et al., the long noncoding (lnc)RNA CISAL is shown to form a DNA-RNA triplex and to directly regulate BRCA1 transcription, thereby increasing cisplatin sensitivity and serving as a treatment efficacy biomarker. This opens promising avenues of research from both mechanistic and translational perspectives.
Gonzalez-Santamarta M, Quinet G, Reyes-Garau D, Sola B, Roué G, Rodriguez MS
Resistance to the Proteasome Inhibitors: Lessons from Multiple Myeloma and Mantle Cell Lymphoma.
Adv. Exp. Med. Biol.2020, 1233153-174. Epub 18 Feb 2020
Since its introduction in the clinics in early 2000s, the proteasome inhibitor bortezomib (BTZ) significantly improved the prognosis of patients with multiple myeloma (MM) and mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), two of the most challenging B cell malignancies in western countries. However, relapses following BTZ therapy are frequent, while primary resistance to this agent remains a major limitation for further development of its therapeutic potential. In the present chapter, we recapitulate the molecular mechanisms associated with intrinsic and acquired resistance to BTZ learning from MM and MCL experience, including mutations of crucial genes and activation of prosurvival signalling pathways inherent to malignant B cells. We also outline the preclinical and clinical evaluations of some potential druggable targets associated to BTZ resistance, considering the most meaningful findings of the past 10 years. Although our understanding of BTZ resistance is far from being completed, recent discoveries are contributing to develop new approaches to treat relapsed MM and MCL patients.
Janin M, Ortiz-Barahona V, de Moura MC, Martínez-Cardús A, Llinàs-Arias P, Soler M, Nachmani D, Pelletier J, Schumann U, Calleja-Cervantes ME, Moran S, Guil S, Bueno-Costa A, Piñeyro D, Perez-Salvia M, Rosselló-Tortella M, Piqué L, Bech-Serra JJ, De La Torre C, Vidal A, Martínez-Iniesta M, Martín-Tejera JF, Villanueva A, Arias A, Cuartas I, Aransay AM, La Madrid AM, Carcaboso AM, Santa-Maria V, Mora J, Fernandez AF, Fraga MF, Aldecoa I, Pedrosa L, Graus F, Vidal N, Martínez-Soler F, Tortosa A, Carrato C, Balañá C, Boudreau MW, Hergenrother PJ, Kötter P, Entian KD, Hench J, Frank S, Mansouri S, Zadeh G, Dans PD, Orozco M, Thomas G, Blanco S, Seoane J, Preiss T, Pandolfi PP, Esteller M
Epigenetic loss of RNA-methyltransferase NSUN5 in glioma targets ribosomes to drive a stress adaptive translational program.
Acta Neuropathol.19 Ago 2019, . Epub 19 Ago 2019
Tumors have aberrant proteomes that often do not match their corresponding transcriptome profiles. One possible cause of this discrepancy is the existence of aberrant RNA modification landscapes in the so-called epitranscriptome. Here, we report that human glioma cells undergo DNA methylation-associated epigenetic silencing of NSUN5, a candidate RNA methyltransferase for 5-methylcytosine. In this setting, NSUN5 exhibits tumor-suppressor characteristics in vivo glioma models. We also found that NSUN5 loss generates an unmethylated status at the C3782 position of 28S rRNA that drives an overall depletion of protein synthesis, and leads to the emergence of an adaptive translational program for survival under conditions of cellular stress. Interestingly, NSUN5 epigenetic inactivation also renders these gliomas sensitive to bioactivatable substrates of the stress-related enzyme NQO1. Most importantly, NSUN5 epigenetic inactivation is a hallmark of glioma patients with long-term survival for this otherwise devastating disease.