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Hopper-Borge EA , Churchill T , Paulose C , Nicolas E , Jacobs JD , Ngo O , Kuang Y , Grinberg A , Westphal H , Chen ZS , Klein-Szanto AJ , Belinsky MG , Kruh GD
Contribution of Abcc10 (Mrp7) to In Vivo Paclitaxel Resistance as Assessed in Abcc10-/- Mice
Cancer Res. 2011 May 15;71(10) :3649-3657
PMID: 21576088 PMCID: PMC3096848
AbstractRecently, we reported that the ATP-binding cassette transporter 10 (ABCC10), also known as multidrug resistance protein 7 (MRP7), is able to confer resistance to a variety of anticancer agents, including taxanes. However, the in vivo functions of the pump have not been determined to any extent. In this study, we generated and analyzed Abcc10(-/-) mice to investigate the ability of Abcc10 to function as an endogenous resistance factor. Mouse embryo fibroblasts derived from Abcc10(-/-) mice were hypersensitive to docetaxel, paclitaxel, vincristine, and cytarabine (Ara-C) and exhibited increased cellular drug accumulation, relative to wild-type controls. Abcc10(-/-) null mice treated with paclitaxel exhibited increased lethality associated with neutropenia and marked bone marrow toxicity. In addition, toxicity in spleen and thymus was evident. These findings indicate that Abcc10 is dispensable for health and viability and that it is an endogenous resistance factor for taxanes, other natural product agents, and nucleoside analogues. This is the first demonstration that an ATP-binding cassette transporter other than P-glycoprotein can affect in vivo tissue sensitivity toward taxanes. Cancer Res; 71(10); 3649-57. (c)2011 AACR.
NotesCancer research Cancer Res. 2011 May 15;71(10):3649-3657.