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Patil S , Bhat MY , Advani J , Mohan SV , Babu N , Datta KK , Subbannayya T , Rajagopalan P , Bhat FA , Al-Hebshi N , Sidransky D , Gowda H , Chatterjee A
Proteomic and phosphoproteomic profiling of shammah induced signaling in oral keratinocytes
Sci Rep. 2021 Apr 30;11(1) :9397
PMID: 33931671 PMCID: PMC8087671
AbstractShammah is a smokeless tobacco product often mixed with lime, ash, black pepper and flavorings. Exposure to shammah has been linked with dental diseases and oral squamous cell carcinoma. There is limited literature on the prevalence of shammah and its role in pathobiology of oral cancer. In this study, we developed a cellular model to understand the effect of chronic shammah exposure on oral keratinocytes. Chronic exposure to shammah resulted in increased proliferation and invasiveness of non-transformed oral keratinocytes. Quantitative proteomics of shammah treated cells compared to untreated cells led to quantification of 4712 proteins of which 402 were found to be significantly altered. In addition, phosphoproteomics analysis of shammah treated cells compared to untreated revealed hyperphosphorylation of 36 proteins and hypophosphorylation of 83 proteins (twofold, p-value ≤ 0.05). Bioinformatics analysis of significantly altered proteins showed enrichment of proteins involved in extracellular matrix interactions, necroptosis and peroxisome mediated fatty acid oxidation. Kinase-Substrate Enrichment Analysis showed significant increase in activity of kinases such as ROCK1, RAF1, PRKCE and HIPK2 in shammah treated cells. These results provide better understanding of how shammah transforms non-neoplastic cells and warrants additional studies that may assist in improved early diagnosis and treatment of shammah induced oral cancer.
Notes2045-2322 Patil, Shankargouda Bhat, Mohd Younis Advani, Jayshree Mohan, Sonali V Babu, Niraj Datta, Keshava K Subbannayya, Tejaswini Rajagopalan, Pavithra Bhat, Firdous A Al-Hebshi, Nezar Sidransky, David Gowda, Harsha Chatterjee, Aditi Journal Article Sci Rep. 2021 Apr 30;11(1):9397. doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-88345-x.