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J. Cell Biol. 160 (5): 781-791

Copyright © 2003 by the Rockefeller University Press.


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Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 detaches cells from extracellular matrices by inactivating integrins

Ralf-Peter Czekay, Kathleen Aertgeerts, Scott A. Curriden, and David J. Loskutoff

The Scripps Research Institute, Department of Cell Biology, Division of Vascular Biology, 10550 N. Torrey Pines Road, VB-3, La Jolla, CA 92037

Address correspondence to David J. Loskutoff, The Scripps Research Institute, Dept. of Cell Biology, Div. of Vascular Biology, 10550 N. Torrey Pines Rd., VB-3, La Jolla, CA 92037. Tel.: (858) 784-7125. Fax: (858) 784-7353. E-mail: loskutof{at}scripps.edu

Abstract: The binding of urokinase plaminogen activator (uPA) to its cell surface receptor (uPAR; CD87) promotes cell adhesion by increasing the affinity of the receptor for both vitronectin (VN) and integrins. We provide evidence that plasminogen activator inhibitor (PAI)-1 can detach cells by disrupting uPAR–VN and integrin–VN interactions and that it does so by binding to the uPA present in uPA–uPAR–integrin complexes on the cell surface. The detached cells cannot reattach to VN unless their surface integrins are first activated by treatment with MnCl2. Immunoprecipitation and subcellular fractionation experiments reveal that PAI-1 treatment triggers deactivation and disengagement of uPA–uPAR–integrin complexes and their endocytic clearance by the low density lipoprotein receptor–related protein. Transfection experiments demonstrate that efficient cell detachment by PAI-1 requires an excess of matrix-engaged uPA–uPAR–integrin complexes over free engaged integrins and that changes in this ratio alter the efficacy of PAI-1. Together, these results suggest a VN-independent, uPA–uPAR-dependent mechanism by which PAI-1 induces cell detachment. This pathway may represent a general mechanism, since PAI-1 also can detach cells from fibronectin and type-1 collagen. This novel "deadhesive" activity of PAI-1 toward a variety of cells growing on different extracellular matrices may begin to explain why high PAI-1 levels often are associated with a poor prognosis in human metastatic disease.

Key Words: uPAR (CD87); vitronectin; fibronectin; integrin deactivation; endocytosis


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