Resistance to Transformation by Insertionally Activated c-erbB Is a Dominant Phenotype in Fibroblasts

T. H. Carter, N. Dominguez, L. Zeng, H. J. Kung

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Tissue-specific factors influence whether cells are susceptible to transformation by erbB oncogenes. Avian fibroblasts resist transformation by insertionally activated c-erbB (IAc-erbB), whereas erythroblasts are transformed by this mutant of the epidermal growth factor receptor. In studies presented here, NIH/3T3 cells resisted transformation by IAc-erbB. This finding indicates that the nonpermissiveness of fibroblasts is conserved between avian and murine species. Surprisingly, expression of IAc-erbB blocked transformation by a v-erbB allele. The trans-dominant interference by IAc-erbB occurred despite expression at levels lower than for v-erbB. Together with previous reports, the results indicate that IAc-erbB can exert opposite growth effects in different tissues. The switch from positive to negative growth regulation, which depends on the cellular context, provides novel insight into tissue-specific regulation of receptor tyrosine kinases. Evasion of cell-specific inhibition apparently contributes to the distinct tissue tropisms of various erbB mutants.
原文英語
文章編號71484
頁(從 - 到)277-283
頁數7
期刊Virology
212
發行號1
DOIs
出版狀態已發佈 - 九月 10 1995
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指紋

Fibroblasts
Phenotype
NIH 3T3 Cells
Erythroblasts
Tropism
Receptor Protein-Tyrosine Kinases
Thromboplastin
Growth
Oncogenes
Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor
Alleles

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  • Virology

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Resistance to Transformation by Insertionally Activated c-erbB Is a Dominant Phenotype in Fibroblasts. / Carter, T. H.; Dominguez, N.; Zeng, L.; Kung, H. J.

於: Virology, 卷 212, 編號 1, 71484, 10.09.1995, p. 277-283.

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Carter, T. H. ; Dominguez, N. ; Zeng, L. ; Kung, H. J. / Resistance to Transformation by Insertionally Activated c-erbB Is a Dominant Phenotype in Fibroblasts. 於: Virology. 1995 ; 卷 212, 編號 1. 頁 277-283.
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