Cytoskeleton plays a central role in many cellular processes, such as migration, adhesion and proliferation. Alterations of its structural properties are commonly associated with different diseases (malignancy, cardiac hypertrophy, etc.). In this work, we studied the effects of X-radiations on cytoskeleton architecture of two cell lines: BALBc/3T3 and Simian virus 40-transformed BALBc/3T3 (SVT2) cells. In agreement with the current literature, we observed reduced adhesion and increased motility of SVT2 cells respect to non-transformed BALBc/3T3. In addition, we showed that two different doses of X-rays (1 and 2 Gy) increased cell-dish adhesiveness and reduced cell proliferation and cell motility of transformed cells, whereas minor effects were measured on the normal counterpart. These results suggested that low doses or fractioning of X-rays may have a normalization effect on the investigated parameters for the transformed cell phenotype.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0219519415400229|
|Codice identificativo ISI:||WOS:000352740400023|
|Titolo:||X-RAY IRRADIATION AFFECTS MORPHOLOGY, PROLIFERATION AND MIGRATION RATE OF HEALTHY AND CANCER CELLS|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|