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HeLa cells treated with V-ATPase inhibitors or with desoxyferramine compared to HeLa in DMSO or medium with low LDL


ABSTRACT: Expression data from HeLa cells treated with V-ATPase inhibitors or with desoxyferramine compared to HeLa treated with DMSO or medium with low LDL To determine which genes respond first to low concentrations of V-ATPase inhibition, we treated HeLa cells with two different V-ATPase inhibitors, bafilomycin and phenylsalicylihalamide (LX1077) at concentrations that slow cell growth by only 20%. To identify genes responding to expected effects of inhibiting the V-ATPase, expression data from inhibiting the V-ATPase was compared to that of chelating iron or incubating cells in medium with low LDL. We used microarrays to detail the global programme of gene expression in HeLa cells at 6, 12 & 24 hours culture in the presence of V-ATPase inhibitors. For each drug treatment, control cells were incubated at the same time with the same concentration of DMSO used as carrier for the drugs. HeLa cells were also treated with the iron chelator, desoxiferamine for 6 or 12 hours or with medium with low LDL for 12 hours to identify genes that respond to low iron or low cholesterol. Each timepoint and each treatment has two independent replicates. Experimental samples were compared to control samples grown on the same day.

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Michael G Roth  Sarah Straud    

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-16870 | ArrayExpress | 2012-03-27

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE16870PRJNA117575

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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Inhibition of iron uptake is responsible for differential sensitivity to V-ATPase inhibitors in several cancer cell lines.

Straud Sarah S   Zubovych Iryna I   De Brabander Jef K JK   Roth Michael G MG  

PloS one 20100716 7


Many cell lines derived from tumors as well as transformed cell lines are far more sensitive to V-ATPase inhibitors than normal counterparts. The molecular mechanisms underlying these differences in sensitivity are not known. Using global gene expression data, we show that the most sensitive responses to HeLa cells to low doses of V-ATPase inhibitors involve genes responsive to decreasing intracellular iron or decreasing cholesterol and that sensitivity to iron uptake is an important determinant  ...[more]

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