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Spy1 induces de-ubiquitinating of RIP1 arrest and confers glioblastoma's resistance to tumor necrosis factor (TNF-α)-induced apoptosis through suppressing the association of CLIPR-59 and CYLD.


PMID 26017671

Abstract

Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), a grade-IV glioma, is resistant to TNF-α induced apoptosis. CLIPR-59 modulates ubiquitination of RIP1, thus promoting Caspase-8 activation to induce apoptosis by TNF-α. Here we reported that CLIPR-59 was down-regulated in GBM cells and high-grade glioma tumor samples, which was associated with decreased cancer-free survival. In GBM cells, CLIPR-59 interacts with Spy1, resulting in its decreased association with CYLD, a de-ubiquitinating enzyme. Moreover, experimental reduction of Spy1 levels decreased GBM cells viability, while increased the lysine-63-dependent de-ubiquitinating activity of RIP1 via enhancing the binding ability of CLIPR-59 and CYLD in GBM, thus promoting Caspase-8 and Caspase-3 activation to induce apoptosis by TNF-α. These findings have identified a novel Spy1-CLIPR-59 interplay in GBM cell's resistance to TNF-α-induced apoptosis revealing a potential target in the intervention of malignant brain tumors.