Myoepithelial molecular markers in human breast carcinoma PMC42-LA cells are induced by extracellular matrix and stromal cells

Lebret, Stephanie C., Newgreen, Donald F., Waltham, Mark C., Price, John T., Thompson, Erik W. and Ackland, Leigh 2006, Myoepithelial molecular markers in human breast carcinoma PMC42-LA cells are induced by extracellular matrix and stromal cells, In vitro cellular & developmental biology - animal, vol. 42, pp. 298-307.

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Title Myoepithelial molecular markers in human breast carcinoma PMC42-LA cells are induced by extracellular matrix and stromal cells
Author(s) Lebret, Stephanie C.
Newgreen, Donald F.
Waltham, Mark C.
Price, John T.
Thompson, Erik W.
Ackland, LeighORCID iD for Ackland, Leigh orcid.org/0000-0002-7474-6556
Journal name In vitro cellular & developmental biology - animal
Volume number 42
Start page 298
End page 307
Publisher Springer New York LLC
Place of publication New York, N. Y.
Publication date 2006-11
ISSN 1071-2690
Keyword(s) extracellular matrix
mammary gland
myoepithelial
luminal
fibroblasts
Summary The microenvironment plays a key role in the cellular differentiation of the two main cell lineages of the human breast, luminal epithelial, and myoepithelial. It is not clear, however, how the components of the microenvironment control the development of these cell lineages. To investigate how lineage development is regulated by 3-D culture and microenvironment components, we used the PMC42-LA human breast carcinoma cell line, which possesses stem cell characteristics. When cultured on a two-dimensional glass substrate, PMC42-LA cells formed a monolayer and expressed predominantly luminal epithelial markers, including cytokeratins 8, 18, and 19; E-cadherin; and sialomucin. The key myoepithelial-specific proteins alpha-smooth muscle actin and cytokeratin 14 were not expressed. When cultured within Engelbreth-Holm- Swarm sarcoma-derived basement membrane matrix (EHS matrix), PMC42-LA cells formed organoids in which the expression of luminal markers was reduced and the expression of other myoepithelial-specific markers (cytokeratin 17 and P-cadherin) was promoted. The presence of primary human mammary gland fibroblasts within the EHS matrix induced expression of the key myoepithelial-specific markers, alpha-smooth muscle actin and cytokeratin 14. Immortalized human skin fibroblasts were less effective in inducing expression of these key myoepithelial-specific markers. Confocal dual-labeling showed that individual cells expressed luminal or myoepithelial proteins, but not both. Conditioned medium from the mammary fibroblasts was equally effective in inducing myoepithelial marker expression. The results indicate that the myoepithelial lineage is promoted by the extracellular matrix, in conjunction with products secreted by breast-specific fibroblasts. Our results demonstrate a key role for the breast microenvironment in the regulation of breast lineage development.
Language eng
Field of Research 060104 Cell Metabolism
Socio Economic Objective 970106 Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
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