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See the paper titled “Metastatic tumor cells evade pulmonary NK cell-mediated killing by thrombin-mediated loss of CD155/PVR/Necl-5. ”
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Natural killer (NK) cells lyse invading tumor cells to limit metastatic growth in the lung, but how some cancers evade this host protective mechanism to establish a growing lesion is unknown. Here we have combined ultra-sensitive bioluminescence imaging with intravital two-photon microscopy involving genetically-encoded biosensors to examine this question. NK cells eliminated disseminated tumor cells from the lung within 24 hrs of arrival, but not thereafter. Intravital dynamic imaging revealed that 50% of NK-tumor cell encounters lead to tumor cell death in the first 4 hrs after tumor cell arrival, but after 24 hrs of arrival, nearly 100% of the interactions result in the survival of the tumor cell. During this 24 hrs period, the probability of ERK activation in NK cells upon encountering the tumor cells was decreased from 68% to 8%, which correlated with the loss of the activating ligand CD155/PVR/Necl-5 from the tumor cell surface. Thus, by quantitatively visualizing the NK-tumor cell interaction at the early stage of metastasis, we have revealed the crucial parameters of NK cell immune surveillance in lung.

Submited Date
2020-12-03
Release Date
2021-09-11
Updated Date
2022-02-04
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244.1 GB
Data formats
oif, oib, tif

Organism
Mus musculus
Strain
NKp46iCre/ B6.Cg-Gt(ROSA)26Sortm9(CAG-tdTomato)Hze/J , NKp46iCre/ Tg(lox-mCherry-hyBRET-ERK-NLS), C57BL6N
Cell Line
B16F10
Molecular Function (MF)
-
Biological Process (BP)
Lung metastasis
Cellular Component (CC)
NK cell, tumor cell
Study Type
Biosensing Techniques, Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
Imaging Methods
Two photon excitation microscopy, Bioluminescence imaging, Timelapse microscopy

Method Summary

Two photon microscopy, Lung intravital imaging, Bioluminescence imaging

Related paper(s)

Hiroshi Ichise, Shoko Tsukamoto, Tsuyoshi Hirashima, Yoshinobu Konishi, Choji Oki, Shinya Tsukiji, Satoshi Iwano, Atsushi Miyawaki, Kenta Sumiyama, Kenta Terai, Michiyuki Matsuda (2022) Functional visualization of NK cell-mediated killing of metastatic single tumor cells., eLife, Volume 11

Published in 2022 Feb 3 (Electronic publication in Feb. 3, 2022, midnight )

(Abstract) Natural killer (NK) cells lyse invading tumor cells to limit metastatic growth in the lung, but how some cancers evade this host protective mechanism to establish a growing lesion is unknown. Here, we have combined ultra-sensitive bioluminescence imaging with intravital two-photon microscopy involving genetically encoded biosensors to examine this question. NK cells eliminated disseminated tumor cells from the lung within 24 hr of arrival, but not thereafter. Intravital dynamic imaging revealed that 50% of NK-tumor cell encounters lead to tumor cell death in the first 4 hr after tumor cell arrival, but after 24 hr of arrival, nearly 100% of the interactions result in the survival of the tumor cell. During this 24-hr period, the probability of ERK activation in NK cells upon encountering the tumor cells was decreased from 68% to 8%, which correlated with the loss of the activating ligand CD155/PVR/Necl5 from the tumor cell surface. Thus, by quantitatively visualizing, the NK-tumor cell interaction at the early stage of metastasis, we have revealed the crucial parameters of NK cell immune surveillance in the lung.
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Contact(s)
Matsuda Michiyuki
Organization(s)
Graduate School of Biostudies, Kyoto University , Research Center for Dynamic Living Systems , Laboratory of Bioimaging and Cell Signaling
Image Data Contributors
Hiroshi Ichise
Quantitative Data Contributors

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