Abstract: Recently, we highlighted a novel role for the protein Trichoplein/TCHP/Mitostatin (TpMs), both as mitotic checkpoint regulator and guardian of chromosomal stability. TpMs-depleted cells show numerical and structural chromosome alterations that lead to genomic instability. This condition is a major driving force in malignant transformation as it allows for the cells acquiring new functional capabilities to proliferate and disseminate. Here, the effect of TpMs depletion was investigated in different TpMs-depleted cell lines by means of 3D imaging and 3D Structured illumination Microscopy. We show that TpMs depletion causes alterations in the 3D architecture of telomeres in colon cancer HCT116 cells. These findings are consistent with chromosome alterations that lead to genomic instability. Furthermore, TpMs depletion changes the spatial arrangement of chromosomes and other nuclear components. Modified nuclear architecture and organization potentially induce variations that precede the onset of genomic instability and are considered as markers of malignant transformation. Our present observations connect the tumor suppression ability of TpMs with its novel functions in maintaining the proper chromosomal segregation as well as the proper telomere and nuclear architecture. Further investigations will investigate the connection between alterations in telomeres and nuclear architecture with the progression of human tumors with the aim of developing personalized therapeutic interventions.

Telomere Dysfunction Is Associated with Altered {DNA} Organization in Trichoplein/Tchp/Mitostatin ({TpMs}) Depleted Cells / Lauriola, Angela; Davalli, Pierpaola; Marverti, Gaetano; Caporali, Andrea; Mai, Sabine; D'Arca, Domenico. - In: BIOMEDICINES. - ISSN 2227-9059. - 10:7(2022), pp. 1602-1616. [10.3390/biomedicines10071602]

Telomere Dysfunction Is Associated with Altered {DNA} Organization in Trichoplein/Tchp/Mitostatin ({TpMs}) Depleted Cells

Angela Lauriola;Pierpaola Davalli;Gaetano Marverti;Domenico D'Arca
2022-01-01

Abstract

Abstract: Recently, we highlighted a novel role for the protein Trichoplein/TCHP/Mitostatin (TpMs), both as mitotic checkpoint regulator and guardian of chromosomal stability. TpMs-depleted cells show numerical and structural chromosome alterations that lead to genomic instability. This condition is a major driving force in malignant transformation as it allows for the cells acquiring new functional capabilities to proliferate and disseminate. Here, the effect of TpMs depletion was investigated in different TpMs-depleted cell lines by means of 3D imaging and 3D Structured illumination Microscopy. We show that TpMs depletion causes alterations in the 3D architecture of telomeres in colon cancer HCT116 cells. These findings are consistent with chromosome alterations that lead to genomic instability. Furthermore, TpMs depletion changes the spatial arrangement of chromosomes and other nuclear components. Modified nuclear architecture and organization potentially induce variations that precede the onset of genomic instability and are considered as markers of malignant transformation. Our present observations connect the tumor suppression ability of TpMs with its novel functions in maintaining the proper chromosomal segregation as well as the proper telomere and nuclear architecture. Further investigations will investigate the connection between alterations in telomeres and nuclear architecture with the progression of human tumors with the aim of developing personalized therapeutic interventions.
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Telomere Dysfunction Is Associated with Altered {DNA} Organization in Trichoplein/Tchp/Mitostatin ({TpMs}) Depleted Cells / Lauriola, Angela; Davalli, Pierpaola; Marverti, Gaetano; Caporali, Andrea; Mai, Sabine; D'Arca, Domenico. - In: BIOMEDICINES. - ISSN 2227-9059. - 10:7(2022), pp. 1602-1616. [10.3390/biomedicines10071602]
Lauriola, Angela; Davalli, Pierpaola; Marverti, Gaetano; Caporali, Andrea; Mai, Sabine; D'Arca, Domenico
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