At the crossroads of polarity, proliferation and apoptosis: the use of Drosophila to unravel the multifaceted role of endocytosis in tumor suppression.

Abstract:

:Endocytosis is an important regulator of cell-cell signaling and endocytic trafficking has been increasingly implicated in control of tumor suppression. Recent insights from Drosophila indicate that impairment of multiple trafficking steps which lead to receptor degradation can cause tumor formation in epithelial organs. These tumors are characterized by sustained activation of a number of mitogenic signaling pathways, and by subversion of epithelial polarity and the apoptotic response. Cooperation between such alterations, as well as tumor-host interactions, is also observed. The recapitulation of several hallmarks of human cancers in fly tumors provides a framework to understand the role of defective endocytosis in cancer.

journal_name

Mol Oncol

journal_title

Molecular oncology

authors

Vaccari T,Bilder D

doi

10.1016/j.molonc.2009.05.005

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2009-08-01 00:00:00

pages

354-65

issue

4

eissn

1574-7891

issn

1878-0261

pii

S1574-7891(09)00076-3

journal_volume

3

pub_type

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