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Fiziol. Zh. 2013; 59(5): 11-19


Changes in active cysteine cathepsins in lysosomes from tissues thyroid papillary carcinomas with various biological characteristics

Kalinichenko OV, Myshunina TM, Tron'ko MD

    V.P. Komisarenko Institute of Endocrinology andMetabolism of AMS of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/fz59.05.011

Abstract

To clarify possible role of cysteine cathepsin H, B and L in the proteolytic processes that contribute to the progression of tumor growth in the thyroid, we studied their activity in lysosomes isolated from the tissue of papillary carcinomas. It was shown that for these enzymes there is a dependence of the changes in their activity on a number of biological characteristics of the tumors. Thus, the sharp increase in the activity ofcathepsin H observed in lysosomes of tissue carcinomas category T2 and T3, with intra-and ekstrathyroid and lymphatic invasion of tumor cells. An increase in the activity of cathepsin B is set in the lysosomes of tissue heterogeneous follicular structure, especially in the presence of solid areas, in comparison with typical papillary tumors and in the lysosomes of tissue carcinomas in intrathyroid and cathepsin L-at extrathyroid invasion. A common feature of the enzymes is to increase the activity of cathepsins in lysosomes of tissue nonencapsulated papillary carcinomas. These enzymes probably do not take part in the invasion of tumor cells into blood vessels and in the mechanisms of tumor metastasis to regional lymph nodes. The latter shows no changes in the activity of cathepsins in lysosomes of tissue carcinomas category N1. The results indicate the different role of cathepsin H, B and L in thyroid carcinogenesis, where each enzyme has its specific function.

Keywords: cysteine cathepsins B, H, L, thyroid papillarycarcinoma, invasion.

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