Sec. RNA Networks and Biology
Volume 8 - 2021 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fmolb.2021.763338
A Review on the Role of miR-1290 in Cell Proliferation, Apoptosis and Invasion
- 1Department of Medical Genetics, School of Medicine, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
- 2Men’s Health and Reproductive Health Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
- 3Department of Pharmacognosy, College of Pharmacy, Hawler Medical University, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
- 4Urology and Nephrology Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
- 5Institute of Human Genetics, Jena University Hospital, Jena, Germany
- 6Skull Base Research Center, Loghman Hakim Hospital, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) have been shown to affect expression of several genes contributing in important biological processes. miR-1290 a member of this family with crucial roles in the carcinogenesis. This miRNA is transcribed from MIR1290 gene on chromosome 1p36.13. This miRNA has interactions with a number of mRNA coding genes as well as non-coding RNAs SOCS4, GSK3, BCL2, CCNG2, KIF13B, INPP4B, hMSH2, KIF13B, NKD1, FOXA1, IGFBP3, CCAT1, FOXA1, NAT1, SMEK1, SCAI, ZNF667-AS1, ABLIM1, Circ_0000629 and CDC73. miR-1290 can also regulate activity of JAK/STAT3, PI3K/AKT, Wnt/β-catenin and NF-κB molecular pathways. Most evidence indicates the oncogenic roles of miR-1290, yet controversial evidence also exists. In the present review, we describe the results of in vitro, animal and human investigations about the impact of miR-1290 in the development of malignancies.
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a group of small-sized transcripts with a wide range of regulatory roles. They are mostly produced through a multistep mechanism. These steps include transcription from DNA sequences into primary miRNAs and processing into precursor miRNAs and subsequently into mature miRNAs. The majority of bind with the 3′ untranslated region (3′ UTR) of target transcripts to either degrade mRNA or repress its translation. In some circumstances, miRNAs can induce translation or control transcription (O'Brien et al., 2018). Approximately 50% of all miRNAs are transcribed from intragenic regions. These miRNAs are mainly produced from introns and a number of exons of protein coding genes. Other miRNAs are intergenic and are produced in an independent manner from a host gene. Thus, these miRNAs have their own promoters (Kim and Kim, 2007; De Rie et al., 2017). miRNAs partake in the regulation of important biological functions, such as cell proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis, thus being involved in the pathoetiology of several disorders, particularly neoplastic disorders (Peng and Croce, 2016). These transcripts participate in the pathoetiology of diverse cancers (Abolghasemi et al., 2020).
miR-1290 is transcribed from MIR1290 gene on chromosome 1p36.13. The primary transcript (NR_031622.1) has 78 nucleotides (GAGCGUCACGUUGACACUCAAAAAGUUUCAGAUUUUGGAACAUUUCGGAUUUUGGAUUUUUGGAUCAGGGAUGCUCAA). The mature transcript of hsa-miR-1290 (MIMAT0005880) has 19 nucleotides (UGGAUUUUUGGAUCAGGGA). This miRNA has important functions in the carcinogenesis. Several in vitro studies have assessed function of miR-1290. Moreover, animal studies in lung, colon and liver cancer models have assessed functional consequences of up-regulation or silencing of this miRNA. However, some inconsistencies exist regarding the role of miR-1290. In the present manuscript, we describe the results of in vitro, animal and human assays about the influence of miR-1290 in the development of cancers.
In vitro Studies
Forced over-expression of miR-1290 in AsPC1 and Panc5.04 pancreatic cancer cell lines has led to enhancement of cell proliferation. Inhibition of miR-1290 in pancreatic cancer cells has the reverse effects. miR-1290 mimics have also enhanced invasive properties of these cells (Li et al., 2013).
Over-expression of miR-1290 has enhanced proliferation of proliferation of lung adenocarcinoma cells and induced cell cycle progression and invasiveness. Moreover, this miRNA has suppressed cell apoptosis in this cell line. miR-1290 has been found to downregulate expression of SOCS4 to activate JAK/STAT3 and PI3K/AKT pathways (Xiao et al., 2018).
The anti-proliferative and apoptosis-inducing agent polygonatum odoratum lectin (POL) has been shown to decrease miR-1290 levels in A549 lung adenocarcinoma cells. Down-regulation of miR-1290 has been shown to increase POL-associated apoptosis in these cells. GSK3β has been found as the direct target of miR-1290 in A549 cells (Wu et al., 2016). Conversely, miR-1290 has been shown to sensitize A549 cells to the apoptosis-inducing agent asiatic acid through negatively regulating expression of BCL2. Expression of miR-1290 has been up-regulated by asiatic acid. Most notably, the apoptosis-inducing effect of asiatic acid relies on miR-1290 activity. Taken together, miR-1290 has been shown to suppress viability and cell cycle progression of A549 cells (Kim et al., 2014). Figure 1 summarizes the effects of miR-1290 in the pathoetiology of lung cancer.
In oral squamous cell carcinoma, miR-1290 has been shown to be up-regulated parallel with downregulation of CCNG2. miR-1290 silencing has inhibited metastatic ability and epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT). CCNG2 has been identified as the direct target of miR-1290 (Qin et al., 2019). Functional studies in laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma has shown that miR-1290 targets two tumor suppressor genes, namely ITPR2 and MAF (Janiszewska et al., 2015).
miR-1290 has oncogenic roles in colorectal cancer. miR-1290 silencing has suppressed proliferation of colorectal cancer cells. miR-1290 up-regulation has decreased expression of p27 and enhanced transcript and protein amounts of cyclin D1. NPP4B has been recognized as the target of miR-1290 (Ma et al., 2018). Moreover, miR-1290 silencing has improved cytotoxic effects of 5-fluouracil in colorectal cancer cells through targeting hMSH2 (Ye et al., 2017). Figure 2 shows the oncogenic role of miR-1290 in squamous cell carcinoma and colorectal cancer.
Exosomal miR-1290 has been found to be high in gastric cancer cell lines. miR-1290-containing exosomes could promote proliferation, migratory aptitude, and invasiveness of gastric cancer cells. NKD1 has been identified as the direct target of miR-1290 in these cells (Huang et al., 2019). Moreover, miR-1290 has been revealed to increase proliferation and migratory aptitude of gastric cancer cells through targeting FOXA1 (Lin et al., 2016).
miR-1290 has also been shown to be overexpressed in B-acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) cell line SUP-B15. The anticancer agent resveratrol has been found to down-regulate expression of miR-1290 and enhance IGFBP3 levels in the ALL cells. miR-1290 can target 3′ UTR of IGFBP3 (Zhou et al., 2017). Besides, exosomal miR-1290 has been demonstrated to promote angiogenic processes in hepatocellular carcinoma through influencing expression of SMEK1 (Wang et al., 2021c).
On the other hand, miR-1290 has been shown to exert tumor suppressive role in ovarian cancer. In fact, the oncogenic long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) CCAT1 facilitates ovarian carcinogenesis through decreasing miR-1290 levels (Lai and Cheng, 2018).
Figure 3 shows the roles of miR-1290 in gastric cancer, ALL, hepatocellular carcinoma and ovarian cancer.
FIGURE 3. miR-1290 has oncogenic roles in gastric cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia and hepatocellular carcinoma, while it has tumor suppressive roles in ovarian cancer.
Over-expression of miR-1290 has enhanced esophageal squamous cell carcinoma growth, migration and invasiveness through decreasing SCAI levels (Li et al., 2015). In bladder cancer cells, tumor suppressor Circular RNA circ_0000629 has been shown to exert its effects through suppressing miR-1290 levels and up-regulating CDC73 expression (Wang et al., 2021b). Figure 4 shows the oncogenic role of miR-1290 in esophageal and bladder cancers.
Summary of in vitro studies regarding the role of miR-1290 in the carcinogenesis is provided in Table 1.
TABLE 1. Expression pattern of miR-1290 in cancer cell lines (∆: knock-down or deletion, POL: Polygonatum odoratum lectin, 5-FU: 5-Fluorouracil).
miRNA-1290 has important roles in determination of response of cancer cells to 5-fluouracil. miR-1290 silencing has improved cytotoxic effects of 5-fluouracil in xenografts models of this cancer via targeting hMSH2 (Ye et al., 2017). Other studies have shown oncogenic roles of miR-1290 in animal models of lung cancer (Xiao et al., 2018), hepatocellular carcinoma (Wang et al., 2021c) and nasopharyngeal carcinoma (Chen et al., 2020) (Table 2). On the other hand, animal studies have shown that the oncogenic lncRNA NONHSAT024778 acts through sponging miR-1290, thus revealing a tumor suppressor role for miR-1290 (Wang et al., 2021a).
TABLE 2. Impact of miR-1290 in carcinogenesis based on investigations in animal models (∆: knock-down or deletion).
Studies in Clinical Samples
In lung adenocarcinoma tissues, expression of miR-1290 has been negatively correlated with SOCS4 levels. Expression of SOCS4 has been inversely correlated with higher clinical stages and lymph node metastases (Xiao et al., 2018). Moreover, miR-1290 levels have been associated with clinicopathological landscapes and poor prognosis of patients with oral squamous cell carcinoma (Qin et al., 2019). In laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma, a high throughput miRNA profiling experiment has shown up-regulation of 33 miRNAs, among them being miR-1290 (Janiszewska et al., 2015).
Comparison of miRNA profiles between deficient and proficient mismatch repair colon cancer tissues has shown up-regulation of miR-1290 in deficient mismatch repair colorectal cancer tissues. Expression of miR-1290 has been correlated with poor prognoses of colon cancer in stages II and III patients who took 5-fluouracil-based chemotherapeutics regimens (Ye et al., 2017).
miR-1290 has also been exhibited to be up-regulated in serum exosomes of gastric cancer patients compared with healthy people (Huang et al., 2019). Another study in gastric cancer patients has shown correlation between miR-1290 over-expression and clinical stage, deepness of invasion and lymph node positivity (Lin et al., 2016).
miR-1290 has also been shown to be upregulated in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma tissues compared with unaffected neighboring samples. Over-expression of miR-1290 has been associated with level of differentiation, N classification TNM stage in this type of esophageal cancer (Li et al., 2015).
On the other hand, in oral squamous cell carcinoma, levels of this miRNA has been reported to be decreased in blood samples of patients compared with control samples (Nakashima et al., 2019). Moreover, expression of miR-1290 has been reported to be decreased in chordoma samples (Wang et al., 2021a). Table 3 summarizes the results of studies that reported dysregulation of miR-1290 in clinical samples.
TABLE 3. Dysregulation of miR-1290 in clinical specimens (DC: benign pancreatic disease controls, PFS: progression free survival, LUAD: Lung adenocarcinoma, ANCTs: adjacent non-cancerous tissues, OS: Overall survival, DFS: disease-free survival, TNM: tumor-node-metastasis, NSCLC: non-small-cell lung cancer, CRA: colorectal adenoma, HGSOC: high grade serous ovarian cancer, EOC: epithelial ovarian cancer, HGSOC: high grade serous ovarian carcinoma.).
Serum levels of miR-1290 have been shown to be higher in patients with intraductal papillary mucinous pancreatic cancer compared with healthy subjects. The ability of serum levels of miR-1290 in separation of patients with low-stage pancreatic cancer from controls has been higher than CA19-9. Notably, higher levels of miR-1290 has been predictive of poor outcome following pancreaticoduodenectomy (Li et al., 2013). In this type of cancer, miR-1290 has been shown to appropriately distinguish neoplastic condition from both healthy condition and chronic pancreatitis (Wei et al., 2020). In colorectal cancer, levels of this miRNA could distinguish cancer status from healthy condition with up to ideal diagnostic power. Moreover, it can separate colorectal adenoma from healthy status with lower values (Imaoka et al., 2016). Table 4 shows the diagnostic value of miR-1290 in cancers.
TABLE 4. Diagnostic value of miR-1290 in cancers (PC: pancreatic cancer; DC: benign pancreatic disease control; LUAD: Lung adenocarcinoma, EOC: epithelial ovarian cancer, HGSOC: high grade serous ovarian carcinoma).
Several miRNAs have been found to influence the carcinogenesis. miR-1290 is an example of oncomiRs based on the bulk of relevant evidence. This miRNA has interactions with several cancer-related mRNAs such as SOCS4, GSK3, BCL2, CCNG2, KIF13B, INPP4B, hMSH2, KIF13B, NKD1, FOXA1, IGFBP3, FOXA1, NAT1, SMEK1, SCAI, ZNF667-AS1, ABLIM1, and CDC73.
Moreover, miR-1290 has interactions with a number of non-coding RNAs such as Circ_0000629, CCTA1 and NONHSAT024778. The interaction between lncRNAs/circRNAs and miRNAs has important implications in pathoetiology of cancers, thus future studies are needed to identify other non-coding RNAs that interact with miR-1290 in the context of neoplastic conditions. In fact, these lncRNAs and circRNAs can act as sponge for miRNAs to decrease its bioavalability, thus enhancing expression of targets of miR-1290. Therefore, they construct a competing endogenous RNA (ceRNA) network.
In addition to its role in the regulation of gene expression, miR-1290 can regulate activity of JAK/STAT3, PI3K/AKT, Wnt/β-catenin and NF-κB signaling pathways, thus influencing several cancer-related routes.
Most evidence indicates the oncogenic roles of miR-1290, yet controversial evidence also exists. Particularly, in the lung cancer, both oncogenic and tumor suppressor roles have been reported for miR-1290.
A number of anticancer agents such as POL, asiatic acid and resveratrol has been shown to affect expression of miR-1290. Moreover, this miRNA can influence response of neoplastic cells to the chemotherapeutic agent 5-fluouracil. Thus, one can deduce that miR-1290-targeting strategies can modulate response of cancer cells to a wide variety of antineoplastic modalities.
In addition to its therapeutic implications, the existence of miR-1290 in cancer-derived exosomes not only indicates its application in diagnostic approaches, but also shows the effect of these vehicles in conferring neoplastic features inside the tumor bulk.
The ceRNA networks constructed by circRNAs, miR-1290 and target mRNAs can be used as prognostic biomarkers and therapeutic targets in different cancers. These ceRNA networks are superior to single transcripts since they reflect a more comprehensive overview of dysregulated pathways. Theoretically, the ceRNA regulatory networks including lncRNAs or circRNAs-miR-1290-mRNAs can be applied as prognostic biomarkers and therapeutic targets in different cancers. High throughput sequencing methods have facilitated applicability of these networks in diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic fields. Moreover, these techniques have facilitated design of personalized therapeutic options based on the identified dysregulated networks in samples obtained from each patient. Application of this data can enhance survival of patients.
Cumulatively, miR-1290 is a cancer-related miRNA with possible application as diagnostic and prognostic marker in diverse types of cancers. Therapeutic applications of anti-miR-1290 modalities should be assessed in future. Moreover, future studies should address the possibility of targeting the miR1290-containg ceRNA networks.
SG-F wrote the draft and revised it. MT designed and supervised the study. TK and MS collected the data and designed the figures and tables. All the authors read and approved the submitted version.
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Keywords: miR-1290, cancer, biomarker, miRNA, expression
Citation: Ghafouri-Fard S, Khoshbakht T, Hussen BM, Taheri M and Samadian M (2021) A Review on the Role of miR-1290 in Cell Proliferation, Apoptosis and Invasion. Front. Mol. Biosci. 8:763338. doi: 10.3389/fmolb.2021.763338
Received: 23 August 2021; Accepted: 24 November 2021;
Published: 24 December 2021.
Edited by:Wei Ye, Guangdong Academy of Science, China
Reviewed by:Abbas Salihi, Salahaddin University, Iraq
Amin Safa, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Rezvan Noroozi, Jagiellonian University, Poland
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