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ADAM10 requirement for ExlA-dependent cadherin cleavage.

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posted on 2017-08-23, 18:00 authored by Emeline Reboud, Stéphanie Bouillot, Sabine Patot, Benoît Béganton, Ina Attrée, Philippe Huber

A. A549 cells were either treated with 0.1 μg/mL PMA or 5 μM ionomycin (Iono) for 30 min, or infected with CLJ1 (90 min), or left untreated/uninfected (NI). Cellular extracts were analysed by Western blot using E-cadherin and β-actin antibodies. FL, full-length; CTF, C-terminal fragment. The experiment was performed twice. B. A549 cells (left) or HUVECs (right) were pre-treated with DMSO, the general metalloprotease inhibitor GM6001 (10 μg/mL) or the specific ADAM10 inhibitor GI254023X (5 μM) and then incubated with CLJ1 or IHMA87 (90 min), or uninfected (NI). Cellular extracts were analysed as above. The experiment was performed twice for A549 and 3 times for HUVECs. C. A549 or ADAM10-deficient A549 (A549 ADAM10-/-) cells were incubated with either CLJ1 or IHMA87. Cellular extracts were prepared at different time points post-infection as indicated and analysed by Western blot (left). The right panel shows the FACS analysis of ADAM10 surface expression of both cell lines, as well as the negative control. The experiment was performed 3 times. D. Similar experiment with HUVECs, either transfected with ADAM10 siRNA or untreated. The experiment was performed twice.