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Asian Pacific journal of tropical medicine

Effect of BRMS1 expression on proliferation, migration and adhesion of mouse forestomach carcinoma.


PMID 26433658

Abstract

To discuss the effect of BRMS1 on the proliferation, migration and adhesion of mouse forestomach carcinoma. The constructed pCMV-myc-BRMS1 recombinant plasmid and blank plasmid were transfected into mouse forestomach carcinoma. MTT method was employed to measure the activity of gastric cancer cell; the scratch assay and Transwell assay to measure the migration and invasion of gastric cancer cell; the adhesion assay to measure the adhesion of gastric cancer cell; while the Western blot assay to measure the expression of The NF-κB signal pathway, downstream matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-2, MMP-9 and osteopontin and E-cadherin in the gastric cancer cell. Besides, the transplanted animal model of gastric cancer in mice was constructed to measure the size of tumor xenograft. Results of MTT assay showed that, compared with the empty vector control group, the activity of gastric cancer cell was not affected in the BRMS1 transfection group. The improved expression of BRMS1 could inhibit the adhesion, migration and invasion of gastric cancer cell (Pxa0