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VDAC2 interacts with PFKP to regulate glucose metabolism and phenotypic reprogramming of glioma stem cells.

Plastic phenotype convention between glioma stem cells (GSCs) and non-stem tumor cells (NSTCs) significantly fuels glioblastoma heterogeneity that causes therapeutic failure. Recent progressions indicate that glucose metabolic reprogramming could drive cell fates. However, the metabolic pattern of G... Full description

Journal Title: Cell death & disease September 24, 2018, Vol.9(10), p.988
Main Author: Zhou, Kai
Other Authors: Yao, Yue-Liang , He, Zhi-Cheng , Chen, Cong , Zhang, Xiao-Ning , Yang, Kai-Di , Liu, Yu-Qi , Liu, Qing , Fu, Wen-Juan , Chen, Ya-Ping , Niu, Qin , Ma, Qing-Hua , Zhou, Rong , Yao, Xiao-Hong , Zhang, Xia , Cui, You-Hong , Bian, Xiu-Wu , Shi, Yu , Ping, Yi-Fang
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title: VDAC2 interacts with PFKP to regulate glucose metabolism and phenotypic reprogramming of glioma stem cells.
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  • Zhou, Kai
  • Yao, Yue-Liang
  • He, Zhi-Cheng
  • Chen, Cong
  • Zhang, Xiao-Ning
  • Yang, Kai-Di
  • Liu, Yu-Qi
  • Liu, Qing
  • Fu, Wen-Juan
  • Chen, Ya-Ping
  • Niu, Qin
  • Ma, Qing-Hua
  • Zhou, Rong
  • Yao, Xiao-Hong
  • Zhang, Xia
  • Cui, You-Hong
  • Bian, Xiu-Wu
  • Shi, Yu
  • Ping, Yi-Fang
subjects:
  • Animals–Metabolism
  • Brain Neoplasms–Pathology
  • Cell Line, Tumor–Pharmacology
  • Cell Plasticity–Metabolism
  • Clotrimazole–Pathology
  • Gene Knockdown Techniques–Metabolism
  • Glioblastoma–Metabolism
  • Glucose–Metabolism
  • Glycolysis–Antagonists & Inhibitors
  • Humans–Metabolism
  • Kaplan-Meier Estimate–Genetics
  • Male–Metabolism
  • Mice, Scid–Metabolism
  • Mitochondria–Metabolism
  • Neoplasm Grading–Metabolism
  • Neoplastic Stem Cells–Metabolism
  • Phenotype–Metabolism
  • Phosphofructokinase-1–Metabolism
  • Phosphofructokinase-1, Type C
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description: Plastic phenotype convention between glioma stem cells (GSCs) and non-stem tumor cells (NSTCs) significantly fuels glioblastoma heterogeneity that causes therapeutic failure. Recent progressions indicate that glucose metabolic reprogramming could drive cell fates. However, the metabolic pattern of GSCs and NSTCs and its association with tumor cell phenotypes remain largely unknown. Here we found that GSCs were more glycolytic than NSTCs, and voltage-dependent anion channel 2 (VDAC2), a mitochondrial membrane protein, was critical for metabolic switching between GSCs and NSTCs to affect their phenotypes. VDAC2 was highly expressed in NSTCs relative to GSCs and coupled a glycolytic rate-limiting enzyme platelet-type of phosphofructokinase (PFKP) on mitochondrion to inhibit PFKP-mediated glycolysis required for GSC maintenance. Disruption of VDAC2 induced dedifferentiation of NSTCs to acquire GSC features, including the enhanced self-renewal, preferential expression of GSC markers, and increased tumorigenicity. Inversely, enforced expression ofVDAC2 impaired the self-renewal and highly tumorigenic properties of GSCs. PFK inhibitor clotrimazole compromised the effect of VDAC2 disruption on glycolytic reprogramming and GSC phenotypic transition. Clinically, VDAC2 expression inversely correlated with glioma grades (Immunohistochemical staining scores of VDAC2 were 4.7 ± 2.8, 3.2 ± 1.9, and 1.9 ± 1.9 for grade II, grade III, and IV, respectively, p  
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descriptionPlastic phenotype convention between glioma stem cells (GSCs) and non-stem tumor cells (NSTCs) significantly fuels glioblastoma heterogeneity that causes therapeutic failure. Recent progressions indicate that glucose metabolic reprogramming could drive cell fates. However, the metabolic pattern of GSCs and NSTCs and its association with tumor cell phenotypes remain largely unknown. Here we found that GSCs were more glycolytic than NSTCs, and voltage-dependent anion channel 2 (VDAC2), a mitochondrial membrane protein, was critical for metabolic switching between GSCs and NSTCs to affect their phenotypes. VDAC2 was highly expressed in NSTCs relative to GSCs and coupled a glycolytic rate-limiting enzyme platelet-type of phosphofructokinase (PFKP) on mitochondrion to inhibit PFKP-mediated glycolysis required for GSC maintenance. Disruption of VDAC2 induced dedifferentiation of NSTCs to acquire GSC features, including the enhanced self-renewal, preferential expression of GSC markers, and increased tumorigenicity. Inversely, enforced expression ofVDAC2 impaired the self-renewal and highly tumorigenic properties of GSCs. PFK inhibitor clotrimazole compromised the effect of VDAC2 disruption on glycolytic reprogramming and GSC phenotypic transition. Clinically, VDAC2 expression inversely correlated with glioma grades (Immunohistochemical staining scores of VDAC2 were 4.7 ± 2.8, 3.2 ± 1.9, and 1.9 ± 1.9 for grade II, grade III, and IV, respectively, p  < 0.05 for all) and the patients with high expression of VDAC2 had longer overall survival than those with low expression of VDAC2 ( p  = 0.0008). In conclusion, we demonstrate that VDAC2 is a new glycolytic regulator controlling the phenotype transition between glioma stem cells and non-stem cells and may serves as a new prognostic indicator and a potential therapeutic target for glioma patients.
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