Effects of tumor-specific CAP1 expression and body constitution on clinical outcomes in patients with early breast cancer

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Effects of tumor-specific CAP1 expression and body constitution on clinical outcomes in patients with early breast cancer. / Bergqvist, Malin; Elebro, Karin; Sandsveden, Malte; Borgquist, Signe; Rosendahl, Ann H.

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Bergqvist, Malin ; Elebro, Karin ; Sandsveden, Malte ; Borgquist, Signe ; Rosendahl, Ann H. / Effects of tumor-specific CAP1 expression and body constitution on clinical outcomes in patients with early breast cancer. I: Breast cancer research : BCR. 2020 ; Bind 22.

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title = "Effects of tumor-specific CAP1 expression and body constitution on clinical outcomes in patients with early breast cancer",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Obesity induces molecular changes that may favor tumor progression and metastatic spread, leading to impaired survival outcomes in breast cancer. Adenylate cyclase-associated protein 1 (CAP1), an actin regulatory protein and functional receptor for the obesity-associated adipokine resistin, has been implicated with inferior cancer prognosis. Here, the objective was to investigate the interplay between body composition and CAP1 tumor expression regarding breast cancer outcome through long-term survival analyses. METHODS: Among 718 women with primary invasive breast cancer within the large population-based prospective Malm{\"o} Diet and Cancer Study, tumor-specific CAP1 levels were assessed following thorough antibody validation and immunohistochemical staining of tumor tissue microarrays. Antibody specificity and functional application validity were determined by CAP1 gene silencing, qRT-PCR, Western immunoblotting, and cell microarray immunostaining. Kaplan-Meier and multivariable Cox proportional hazard models were used to assess survival differences in terms of breast cancer-specific survival (BCSS) and overall survival (OS) according to body composition and CAP1 expression. RESULTS: Study participants were followed for up to 25 years (median 10.9 years), during which 239 deaths were observed. Patients with low CAP1 tumor expression were older at diagnosis, displayed anthropometric measurements indicating a higher adiposity status (wider waist and hip, higher body mass index and body fat percentage), and were more prone to have unfavorable tumor characteristics (higher histological grade, higher Ki67, and estrogen receptor (ER) negativity). Overall, patients with CAP1-low tumors had impaired BCSS (adjusted hazard ratio: HRadj = 0.52, 95% CI 0.31-0.88) and OS (HRadj = 0.64, 95% CI 0.44-0.92) compared with patients having high CAP1 tumor expression. Further, analyses stratified according to different anthropometric measures or ER status showed that the CAP1-associated survival outcomes were most pronounced among patients with low adiposity status or ER-positive disease. CONCLUSIONS: Low CAP1 tumor expression was associated with higher body fatness and worse survival outcomes in breast cancer patients with effect modification by adiposity and ER status. CAP1 could be a novel marker for poorer survival outcome in leaner or ER-positive breast cancer patients, highlighting the need for considering body constitution in clinical decision making.",
keywords = "Breast cancer, CAP1, Obesity, Prognosis, Survival",
author = "Malin Bergqvist and Karin Elebro and Malte Sandsveden and Signe Borgquist and Rosendahl, {Ann H.}",
year = "2020",
month = jun,
doi = "10.1186/s13058-020-01307-5",
language = "English",
volume = "22",
journal = "Breast Cancer Research (Online Edition)",
issn = "1465-5411",
publisher = "BioMed Central Ltd.",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Effects of tumor-specific CAP1 expression and body constitution on clinical outcomes in patients with early breast cancer

AU - Bergqvist, Malin

AU - Elebro, Karin

AU - Sandsveden, Malte

AU - Borgquist, Signe

AU - Rosendahl, Ann H.

PY - 2020/6

Y1 - 2020/6

N2 - BACKGROUND: Obesity induces molecular changes that may favor tumor progression and metastatic spread, leading to impaired survival outcomes in breast cancer. Adenylate cyclase-associated protein 1 (CAP1), an actin regulatory protein and functional receptor for the obesity-associated adipokine resistin, has been implicated with inferior cancer prognosis. Here, the objective was to investigate the interplay between body composition and CAP1 tumor expression regarding breast cancer outcome through long-term survival analyses. METHODS: Among 718 women with primary invasive breast cancer within the large population-based prospective Malmö Diet and Cancer Study, tumor-specific CAP1 levels were assessed following thorough antibody validation and immunohistochemical staining of tumor tissue microarrays. Antibody specificity and functional application validity were determined by CAP1 gene silencing, qRT-PCR, Western immunoblotting, and cell microarray immunostaining. Kaplan-Meier and multivariable Cox proportional hazard models were used to assess survival differences in terms of breast cancer-specific survival (BCSS) and overall survival (OS) according to body composition and CAP1 expression. RESULTS: Study participants were followed for up to 25 years (median 10.9 years), during which 239 deaths were observed. Patients with low CAP1 tumor expression were older at diagnosis, displayed anthropometric measurements indicating a higher adiposity status (wider waist and hip, higher body mass index and body fat percentage), and were more prone to have unfavorable tumor characteristics (higher histological grade, higher Ki67, and estrogen receptor (ER) negativity). Overall, patients with CAP1-low tumors had impaired BCSS (adjusted hazard ratio: HRadj = 0.52, 95% CI 0.31-0.88) and OS (HRadj = 0.64, 95% CI 0.44-0.92) compared with patients having high CAP1 tumor expression. Further, analyses stratified according to different anthropometric measures or ER status showed that the CAP1-associated survival outcomes were most pronounced among patients with low adiposity status or ER-positive disease. CONCLUSIONS: Low CAP1 tumor expression was associated with higher body fatness and worse survival outcomes in breast cancer patients with effect modification by adiposity and ER status. CAP1 could be a novel marker for poorer survival outcome in leaner or ER-positive breast cancer patients, highlighting the need for considering body constitution in clinical decision making.

AB - BACKGROUND: Obesity induces molecular changes that may favor tumor progression and metastatic spread, leading to impaired survival outcomes in breast cancer. Adenylate cyclase-associated protein 1 (CAP1), an actin regulatory protein and functional receptor for the obesity-associated adipokine resistin, has been implicated with inferior cancer prognosis. Here, the objective was to investigate the interplay between body composition and CAP1 tumor expression regarding breast cancer outcome through long-term survival analyses. METHODS: Among 718 women with primary invasive breast cancer within the large population-based prospective Malmö Diet and Cancer Study, tumor-specific CAP1 levels were assessed following thorough antibody validation and immunohistochemical staining of tumor tissue microarrays. Antibody specificity and functional application validity were determined by CAP1 gene silencing, qRT-PCR, Western immunoblotting, and cell microarray immunostaining. Kaplan-Meier and multivariable Cox proportional hazard models were used to assess survival differences in terms of breast cancer-specific survival (BCSS) and overall survival (OS) according to body composition and CAP1 expression. RESULTS: Study participants were followed for up to 25 years (median 10.9 years), during which 239 deaths were observed. Patients with low CAP1 tumor expression were older at diagnosis, displayed anthropometric measurements indicating a higher adiposity status (wider waist and hip, higher body mass index and body fat percentage), and were more prone to have unfavorable tumor characteristics (higher histological grade, higher Ki67, and estrogen receptor (ER) negativity). Overall, patients with CAP1-low tumors had impaired BCSS (adjusted hazard ratio: HRadj = 0.52, 95% CI 0.31-0.88) and OS (HRadj = 0.64, 95% CI 0.44-0.92) compared with patients having high CAP1 tumor expression. Further, analyses stratified according to different anthropometric measures or ER status showed that the CAP1-associated survival outcomes were most pronounced among patients with low adiposity status or ER-positive disease. CONCLUSIONS: Low CAP1 tumor expression was associated with higher body fatness and worse survival outcomes in breast cancer patients with effect modification by adiposity and ER status. CAP1 could be a novel marker for poorer survival outcome in leaner or ER-positive breast cancer patients, highlighting the need for considering body constitution in clinical decision making.

KW - Breast cancer

KW - CAP1

KW - Obesity

KW - Prognosis

KW - Survival

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U2 - 10.1186/s13058-020-01307-5

DO - 10.1186/s13058-020-01307-5

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 32560703

AN - SCOPUS:85086754151

VL - 22

JO - Breast Cancer Research (Online Edition)

JF - Breast Cancer Research (Online Edition)

SN - 1465-5411

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ER -