"""The motility, angiogenesis and metastasis-stimulating factor Autotaxin (Atx), over expressed by human neuroblastomas (NB), is constitutively expressed by human Nmyc-amplified SK-N-BE and non-Nmyc-amplified SH-SY5Y NB cells. Here, we characterise a novel Atx transcriptional mechanism, utilised by both cell lines, that is restricted to the first 285 bp of the Atx promoter and involves AP-1 and SP transcription factors, acting through a CRE\\\\\\\/AP-1-like element at position −142 to −149 and a GAbox at position −227 to −235 relative to the Atx translational start site. This novel transcriptional mechanism can be inhibited by internally initiated SP-3 and the natural phenol curcumin."""

Constitutive autotaxin transcription by Nmyc-amplified and non-amplified neuroblastoma cells is regulated by a novel AP-1 and SP-mediated mechanism and abrogated by curcumin

FARINA, ANTONIETTA;CAPPABIANCA, LUCIA ANNAMARIA;RUGGERI, PIERDOMENICO;MACKAY, ANDREW REAY
2012

Abstract

"""The motility, angiogenesis and metastasis-stimulating factor Autotaxin (Atx), over expressed by human neuroblastomas (NB), is constitutively expressed by human Nmyc-amplified SK-N-BE and non-Nmyc-amplified SH-SY5Y NB cells. Here, we characterise a novel Atx transcriptional mechanism, utilised by both cell lines, that is restricted to the first 285 bp of the Atx promoter and involves AP-1 and SP transcription factors, acting through a CRE\\\\\\\/AP-1-like element at position −142 to −149 and a GAbox at position −227 to −235 relative to the Atx translational start site. This novel transcriptional mechanism can be inhibited by internally initiated SP-3 and the natural phenol curcumin."""
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