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Original paper

Identification of miR-21-5p/TET1-negative regulation pair in the aggressiveness of glioma cells

Zhuo Zhang
1
,
Shu-Zhen Yang
2
,
You-Fu Qi
3
,
Yong Yin
4

1.
Neurology Department, Liaocheng Second People’s Hospital, Liaocheng, Shandong, China
2.
The Second People’s Hospital of Shenxian County, Shenxian, Shandong, China
3.
Department of Neurology, Ward 2, Linqing People’s Hospital, Linqing, Shandong, China
4.
Department of Neurology, Ward 4, People’s Hospital of Pingyi County, Pingyi, Shandong, China
Folia Neuropathol 2021; 59 (3): 239-248
Online publish date: 2021/10/05
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Introduction

Glioma is an aggressive brain cancer, characterized by aggressive proliferation, invasion, and dismal prognosis [3,8]. Although great advances have been made in therapeutic strategy, the clinical prognosis of patients with glioma remains dismal. Numerous studies have revealed that several abnormal genes are closely related to the progression of glioma. Dysregulated microRNA (miRNAs) has been extensively reported in human disease and particularly in cancer. MiRNAs regulate the expression of mRNAs via binding with their 3˘-UTR [2]. Several miRNAs have been identified as playing a fundamental role in cancer progression, including cellular proliferation, invasion, and metastasis [1]. Recently, upregulation of miR-21-5p has been found in lung cancer, and ectopic expression of miR-21-5p promotes cancer cell proliferation [11]. What is more, introduction of miR-21-5p heightens colon cancer cell growth and invasiveness by targeting cell adhesion molecule L1 like (CHL1) [20]. A previous study reported that the expression of miR-21-5p was evidently raised in glioblastoma samples compared to reference normal brain tissues [22]. Although the significance of miR-21-5p in cancer progression has attracted a considerable amount of attention, the pathological correlation and functional importance of miR-21-5p in glioma have not been exploited.
Here, we sought to probe the essential action of the miR-21-5p/TET1 axis in regulating the aggressive traits of glioma cells. We established that miR-21-5p was abnormally elevated in human glioma and miR-21-5p silencing attenuated glioma cell growth and invasion. Eventually, we corroborated that miR-21-5p exerted its carcinogenic effect in glioma cell growth and invasin by targeting TET1.

Material and methods

Cell lines and tissues

Glioma cell lines (U251, T98G, U87MG, and TJ905), and human normal glial cell lines HEB and HEK-293T were obtained from KeyGen Biotech Co. Ltd. (Nanjing, China). Cells were cultured in DMEM (Thermo Fisher Scientific) supplement with 10% fetal bovine serum (FBS) and 1% penicillin/streptomycin. Glioma tissues (32 cases) and normal brain specimens (11 cases) were obtained from Liaocheng Second People’s Hospital. Normal brain samples were obtained from patients who received brain tissue resection owing to craniocerebral injury. Tissues were stored in liquid nitrogen immediately after surgery. Informed-written consent was signed by involved participants, and this research protocol was approved by the Ethics Committee from Liaocheng Second People’s Hospital. The clinicopathological features of all patients are summarized in Table I.

Cell transfection

MiR-21-5p inhibitor (anti-miR-21-5p), miR-21-5p mimic, and related negative control (miR-NC, anti-miR-NC) were purchased from Sangon Biotech (Shanghai, China). Negative control shRNA (sh-NC) and shRNA targeting TET1 (sh-TET1) were obtained from GenePharma (Shanghai, China). Cell transfections were conducted by use of a Lipofectamine 3000 kit (Thermo Fisher Scientific). Sequences were as follows: miRNA-21-5p, 5˘-UAGCUUAUCAGACUGAUGUUGA-3˘ and miR-21-5p inhibitor (anti-miR-21-5p), 5˘-TCAACATCAGTCTGATAAGCTA-3˘.

Cell proliferation assay

U251 or T98G cells (2 × 105 cells/ml) were plated in 96-well plates and incubated overnight. 10 µl of Cell Counting Kit-8 (CCK-8, Dojindo, Kumamoto, Japan) solution was added into 96-well plates at 24, 48, 72, and 96 h, respectively. After incubating for 2 h at 37 °C, the optical density (OD) value at each time point was measured using a microplate reader (BioTek, Winooski, VT, USA) at 450 nm. The 5-ethynyl-2’-deoxyuridine (EdU) incorporation assay was performed using an Edu kit (Ribobio, Guangzhou, China) according to the manufacturer’s manual. EdU (2 nM/well) was diluted in complete culture medium, and U251 or T98G (1 × 105) were incubated with the dilution for 2 h at 37°C. Subsequently, the cells were fixed with 4% paraformaldehyde for 15 min at 37°C, and DAPI was used to counterstain the nuclei for 15 min at room temperature. The images were acquired using a TE2000 Nikon fluorescence microscope (Nikon Corporation, Tokyo, Japan).

Invasion analysis

The invasion of cells was studied utilizing a transwell chamber (Millipore) with Matrigel (Corning Inc., USA). 100 µl of glioma cells (2 × 105) was placed into the top compartment while 500 µl medium supplement with 20% FBS was added to the lower compartment. After 48 h, the cells in the upper chamber were gently removed with a cotton swab. The cells on the underside of the membrane were fixed using 4% formaldehyde and stained with 1% crystal violet. Five fields in each group were randomly selected to count the number of invaded cells under an inverted microscope.

Colony formation

Cells (1 × 103) were suspended in medium and plated into 6-well culture plates. Cells were incubated for 2 weeks, and colonies were stained with 0.1% crystal violet solution.

Luciferase reporter gene assay

The target genes for miR-21-5p were predicted using miRanda, TargetScan, miRDB, and RNA22. The wild type 3’-UTR sequence of TET1 was inserted into pGL3 luciferase reporter (Promega), referred to as TET1-wt. The mutate type of the 3’-UTR was constructed and inserted into pGL3 plasmid, referred to as TET1-mut. pGL3 plasmid and miR-21-5p were cotransfected into HEK-293T cells [12]. Forty-eight hours post-transfection, the luciferase activity was detected using a Luciferase Reporter Assay System Kit (Promega).

RNA isolation and RT-qPCR

RNA was prepared utilizing TRIzol reagent kit (Thermo Fisher Scientific). cDNA synthesis was completed using a cDNA synthesis kit (Takara Bio Inc., Shiga, Japan), and a All-in-One™ miRNA First-Strand cDNA Synthesis Kit (GeneCopoeia, Rockville, MD, USA) was used for miRNA cDNA synthesis. The RT-qPCR was executed using a miRNA qPCR Detection kit (GeneCopoeia) or SYBR® Premix Ex Taq™ II kit (Takara Bio) on a CFX96 system (Bio-Rad). The PCR primers were as follows: miR-21-5p, 5˘-GACTGATGTTGATGTCGGGT-3˘ (forward) and 5˘-GTCAGACAGCCCATCGACT-3˘ (reverse); TET1, 5˘-CATCAGTCAAGACTTTAAGCCCT-3˘ (forward) and 5˘-CGGGTGGTTTAGGTTCTGTTT-3˘ (reverse); U6, 5˘-CTCGCTTCGGCAGCACA-3˘ (forward) and 5˘-AACGCTTCACGAATTTGCGT-3˘ (reverse); GAPDH, 5˘-GGAGCGAGATCCCTCCAAAAT-3˘ (forward) and 5˘-GGCTGTTGTCATACTTCTCATGG-3˘ (reverse). U6 was regarded as a control for miR-21-5p, and GAPDH was the internal reference for TET1. The relative expressions of genes were measured with the 2−DDCt method.

Immunoblotting

Total protein extracted from cells was isolated using 10% SDS-PAGE and was then transferred onto PVDF membrane. After blocking, the PVDF membrane was incubated with TET1 or GAPDH primary antibody (1 : 1000, Abcam, Cambridge, UK) overnight. Next, the PVDF membrane was immunoblotted with horseradish peroxidase (HRP)-linked secondary antibody for 2 h. Finally, the blots were determined using an ECL kit (Millipore).

In vivo tumourigenicity

BALB/c nude mice (n = 12) were purchased from Shanghai Slake Laboratory Animal Co., Ltd (Shanghai, China). 100 µl of T98G cells (2 × 106) was subcutaneously inoculated into nude mice. The tumour sizes were recorded with vernier callipers, and the volume was calculated using the following formula: Tumour volume = 0.5 × length × width2. When the average tumour volume reached approximately 100-150 mm3, the mice were divided into 2 groups (antagomir-NC group, n = 6; antagomir-21-5p group, n = 6). miRNA antagomirs (antagomirs) are synthetic antagonists of miRNAs as silencing agents of miRNAs [19]. 20 nmol antagomir-21-5p or antagomir-NC was injected intratumorally every 3 days. After 4 weeks, nude mice were euthanized, and the xenograft tumour was excised. Tumour tissues were collected and subjected to immunohistochemical staining using TET1 antibody (1 : 200, Abcam). This study was approved by the Ethics Committee (No. 20191009) of Liaocheng Second People’s Hospital.

Statistical analysis

Statistical analyses were performed using GraphPad Prism 7.0, and all data are shown as mean ±SD. The statistic difference was calculated using Student’s t-test or one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) followed by Tukey’s post hoc test. Correlation between TET1 and miR-21-5p was assessed by Pearson analysis. P < 0.05 was considered as statistical significance.

Results

miR-21-5p is upregulated in glioma

In total 140 dysregulated miRNAs were screened out using the GSE90603 dataset (|Log fold change (FC)|> 2 and p < 0.05, Fig. 1A) [7]. GSE90603 contained 16 patients with glioblastoma (cancer) and 7 healthy individuals (normal) [7]. miR-21-5p was most highly expressed in glioma patients when compared to normal individuals (Fig. 1B). Next, RT-qPCR was utilized to measure the level of miR-21-5p in tissue samples from the collected cohorts of patients with glioma (n = 32). When compared to normal (n = 11), glioma exhibited higher expression level of miR-215-5p (Fig. 1C). Compared with the normal HEB cell line, miR-21-5p was extremely over-expressed in glioma cells (U251, T98G, U87MG, and TJ905) (Fig. 1D). These observations collectively show that in glioma, the miR-21-5p level is upregulated.

Glioma cell proliferation is inhibited by knockdown of miR-21-5p

MiR-21-5p inhibitor (anti-miR-21-5p) was transfected into U251 and T98G cells to decrease the endogenous miR-21-5p level. The results for RT-qPCR revealed that anti-miR-21-5p caused a drastic downregulation of miR-21-5p (Fig. 2A). The role of miR-21-5p in glioma cell proliferation was subsequently elaborated. Compared with the anti-miR-NC group, anti-miR-21-5p reduced U251 and T98G cell proliferation, as demonstrated by CCK-8 (p < 0.01, Fig. ​2B, C). Glioma cell proliferation was further determined by EdU assay (Fig. 2D). As for transwell invasion assay, anti-miR-21-5p dramatically repressed U251 and T98G cell invasion (Fig. 2E). The aforementioned findings revealed that silence of miR-21-5p impaired glioma cell proliferation and its invasiveness.

Knockdown of miR-21-5p represses T98G cell growth in vivo

To elucidate the influence of miR-21-5p on glioma cell growth, a colony-forming assay was used. As presented in Figure 3A, B, anti-miR-21-5p weakened the colony-forming ability of U251 and T98G cells (p < 0.01). In a T98G cell transplantation model, tumour growth was weakened in mice injected with antagomir-21-5p (Fig. 3C-E). These data collectively implied that miR-21-5p inhibitor prevented the tumour growth of T98G cells in vivo.

TET1 is directly targeted by miR-21-5p

To determine the genes targeted by miR-21-5p, bioinformatics analysis was subsequently perfor­med using miRanda, TargetScan, miRDB, and RNA22. TET1 3’-UTR contains a putative miR-21-5p binding site (Fig. 4A, B). In luciferase reporter gene test, miR-21-5p mimic lowered luciferase activity of reporter plasmid carrying wt TET1 3’-UTR but not mut TET1 3’-UTR (Fig. 4C). When compared to normal tissue, glioma tissues exhibited lower expression levels of TET1 (Fig. 4D). Pearson’s correlation of miR-21-5p and TET1 was calculated using glioma tissues, and we observed that the TET1 level was negatively correlated with the miR-21-5p level (Fig. 4E). We then determined the mRNA level of TET1 and re­­vealed that it was lowly expressed in U251 and T98G cells compared to HEB cells (Fig. 4F). Moreover, TET1 expressions in both U251 and T98G cells were reduced by miR-21-5p (Fig. 4G). The results of immunohistochemical staining showed that tumour tissue derived from mice treated with antagomir-21-5p exhibited lower expression of TET1 (Fig. 4H). Altogether, these data affirmed that miR-21-5p directly recognizes the 3’-UTR of TET1.

Knockdown of TET1 neutralizes the effects of anti-miR-21-5p

To validate that TET1 is negatively modulated by miR-21-5p, anti-miR-21-5p was transfected into U251 and T98G cells. As illustrated in Figure 5A, the protein expression of TET1 in glioma cells was remarkedly increased by anti-miR-21-5p. A rescue assay was performed to validate whether TET1 was involved in miR-21-5p-mediated inhibition growth and invasion in glioma cells. Anti-miR-21-5p and sh-TET1 were co-transfected into U251 and T98G cells. Results from western blotting showed that cotransfection of anti-miR-21-5p and sh-TET1 decreased TET1 expression, which was boosted upon anti-miR-21-5p transfection (Fig. 5B). Intriguingly, anti-miR-21-5p remarkably restrained glioma cell growth and invasion, respectively (Fig. 5C-E). The co-transfection group reversed the decrease in U251 and T98G cell proliferation and invasion caused by miR-21-5p downregulation (Fig. 5C-E). These results collectively showed that TET1 silencing offset the inhibition effect of anti-miR-21-5p.

Discussion

Growing evidence validates that miRNAs exert uniquely crucial roles in the pathogenesis of various cancers, including glioma [14]. Herein, we clarified the function of miR-21-5p in the growth and invasive trait of glioma cells. The key findings demonstrated that miR-21-5p targets TET1, and its descending expression ultimately hinders glioma cell proliferation and invasion.
Recently, upregulation of miR-21-5p has been found in lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD), and miR-21-5p facilitates LUAD cell invasion and metastasis through targeting of WW and C2 domain containing 2 (WWC2) [18]. Moreover, miR-21-5p might be a promising biomarker in multiple tumour types, including pancreatic cancer, rectal cancer, and gastric carcinoma [13,16,17]. A previous report presented evidence highlighting the upregulation of miR-21-5p in glioma cell lines and tissues [22]. With the aid of bioinformatics analysis, overexpression of miR-21 has been confirmed as a potential independent prognostic biomarker of poorer overall survival for glioma patients [9]. While its biological function in glioma is urgent to be clarified. In line with reported articles, we discovered that miR-21-5p was highly expressed and TET1 was downregulated in glioma tissues. From our results, we concluded that miR-21-5p had a vital influence on U251 and T98G cell proliferation and invasion. Therefore, our results underline that miR-21-5p exerted an oncogenic function in glioma. Similarly, the oncogenic potential of miR-21-5p in glioma cell growth was confirmed using a nude mice transplanted tumour model. Intratumoural injections of antagomir-21-5p apparently reduced the tumour volumes of transplantation tumours formed by glioma T98G cells.
We used 4 miRNA-target prediction algorithms to find the potential target of miR-21-5p. The algorithms simultaneously identified that miR-21-5p contains a potential binding site compatible with TET1 3’-UTR. This finding is consistent with a previous study [10]. The binding between miR-21-5p and TET1 3’-UTR was demonstrated utilizing luciferase reporter gene test. Western blot studies implied that TET1 expression was negatively modulated by miR-21-5p, further corroborating the interaction between TET1 3’-UTR and miR-21-5p.
A prior study concluded that miR-21-5p directly targets and negatively regulates TET1 in colorectal cancer cells [4]. TET1 has potent cancer-inhibitive effects in ovarian cancer cells via activation of Dikkopf 1 (DKK1) and secreted Fzd receptor protein 2 (SFRP2) [5]. The expression of TET1 in glioma tissue is significantly lower than the corresponding non-tumour normal tissues [6]. Available evidence has unveiled that TET1 serves as a critical participator in cancer cell metastasis [15,21]. In this study, TET1 knockdown significantly facilitated the aggressive traits of glioma cells, which was impaired by miR-21-5p depletion. These findings suggest that miR-21-5p exerted its carcinogenic effect in glioma cell growth and invasin by targeting TET1. There remain insufficiencies in this research. The role of the miR-21-5p/TET1 axis should be further explored in rescue assay using a corresponding subcutaneous tumorigenesis experiment. Finally, the clinical sample size was insufficient. Further studies in larger cohorts will assist in exploring the prognostic value of miR-21-5p in glioma.
Our results illustrate the cancer-promoting role miR-21-5p in glioma, and that downregulation of miR-21-5p inhibits glioma cell growth and invasion. Altogether, this study illustrates the potential of miR-21-5p as a therapeutic target in glioma.

Disclosure

The authors report no conflict of interest.

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