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Targeting tumor-intrinsic SLC16A3 to enhance anti-PD-1 efficacy via tumor immune microenvironment reprogramming  期刊论文  

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    A1BD5158B34FF618BEB4D9EF67475EB5
  • 作者:
    Yu, Ting#[1,2,3,4,5]Liu, Zhaoyun#[1,2,3]Tao, Qingxu[1,2];Xu, Xin[1,2,4];Li, Xinyang[2,6];Li, Yang[1,2,3];Chen, Minxin[1,2,3];Liu, Rufei[1,2,3];Chen, Dawei[1,2,3];Wu, Meng*[1,2,3,8,9]Yu, Jinming*[1,2,3,7,8,9]
  • 语种:
    英文
  • 期刊:
    CANCER LETTERS ISSN:0304-3835 2024 年 589 卷 ; MAY 1
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    Immunotherapy, especially immune checkpoint inhibitors, has revolutionized clinical practice within the last decade. However, primary and secondary resistance to immunotherapy is common in patients with diverse types of cancer. It is well-acknowledged that tumor cells can facilitate the formation of immunosuppressive microenvironments via metabolism reprogramming, and lactic acid, the metabolite of glycolysis, is a significant contributor. SLC16A3 (also named as MCT4) is a transporter mediating lactic acid efflux. In this study, we investigated the role of glycolysis in immunotherapy resistance and aimed to improve the immunotherapy effects via Slc16a3 inhibition. Bioinformatical analysis revealed that the expression of glycolysis-related genes correlated with less CD8 + T cell infiltration and increased myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSC) enrichment. We found that high glycolytic activity in tumor cells adversely affected the antitumor immune responses and efficacy of immunotherapy and radiotherapy. As the transporter of lactic acid, SLC16A3 is highly expressed in glycolytic B16 - F10 (RRID: CVCL_0159) cells, as well as human non-small cell lung carcinoma. We validated that Slc16a3 expression in tumor cells negatively correlated with anti-PD-1 efficiency. Overexpression of Slc16a3 in tumor cells promoted lactic acid production and efflux, and reduced tumor response to anti-PD-1 inhibitors by inhibiting CD8 + T cell function. Genetic and pharmacological inhibition of Slc16a3 dramatically reduced the glycolytic activity and lactic acid production in tumor cells, and ameliorated the immunosuppressive tumor microenvironments (TMEs), leading to boosted antitumor effects via anti-PD-1 blockade. Our study therefore demonstrates that tumor cell-intrinsic SLC16A3 may be a potential target to reverse tumor resistance to immunotherapy.

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    GB/T 7714:
    Yu Ting,Liu Zhaoyun,Tao Qingxu, et al. Targeting tumor-intrinsic SLC16A3 to enhance anti-PD-1 efficacy via tumor immune microenvironment reprogramming [J].CANCER LETTERS,2024,589.
  • APA:
    Yu Ting,Liu Zhaoyun,Tao Qingxu,Xu Xin,&Yu Jinming.(2024).Targeting tumor-intrinsic SLC16A3 to enhance anti-PD-1 efficacy via tumor immune microenvironment reprogramming .CANCER LETTERS,589.
  • MLA:
    Yu Ting, et al. "Targeting tumor-intrinsic SLC16A3 to enhance anti-PD-1 efficacy via tumor immune microenvironment reprogramming" .CANCER LETTERS 589(2024).
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