Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most aggressive form of brain cancer with a short central survival time. GBM is characterized by aggressive proliferation and critical cellular infiltration. miR-451 and its downstream molecules (LKB1, AMPK, OCT1, mTOR) are known to play a pivotal role in balancing proliferation and aggressive invasion in response to metabolic stress in a tumor microenvironment (TME). Recent studies have shown that OCT1 and LKB1 play an important role in regulation of the mutual inhibition between cell proliferation and migration. In this work, we develop a mathematical model of signaling pathway dynamics in GBM evolution which focuses specifically on the relative balance of proliferative capacity and invasion potential. In the work, we represent the miR-451/LKB1/AMPK/OCT1/mTOR pathway by a mathematical model and show how the effect of fluctuating glucose on tumor cells needs to be reprogrammed by taking into account the recent history of glucose variations and an LKB1-OCT1 mutual feedback loop. The simulations show how changes in glucose have a significant effect on the level of key signaling molecules, determining in promotion or inhibition of glioma cell migration (Kim, Lee, & Lawler, Phil Trans Roy Soc-B, 2020).
Contributed Talk Session - CT05
Tuesday, June 15 at 10:30pm (PDT)Wednesday, June 16 at 06:30am (BST)Wednesday, June 16 02:30pm (KST)
Contributed Talk Session - CT05
CT05-CBBS: CBBS Subgroup Contributed Talks
- Donggu Lee Konkuk University "Role of OCT1 in regulation of miR-451-LKB1-AMPK-OCT1-mTOR core signaling network and cell invasion in glioblastoma"
- Yukitaka Ishimoto Akita Prefectural University "In-vivo cell flow visualisation using deep learning and other means"
- Tara Hameed Imperial College London "A systematic workflow to assess the useability of data in model development"
- Anibal Thiago Bezerra Instituto de Ciências Exatas, Universidade Federal de Alfenas " Gastric Emptying and Orocaecal Transit Analyses of Diabetic and Control Individuals Through Deep Neural Networks"
CT05-CDEV: CDEV Subgroup Contributed Talks
- David Holloway British Columbia Institute of Technology "Controlling the number of cotyledons in conifer embryos"
- Tamsin Spelman Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK "Links between microtubules and nucleus shape in a plant root hair cell"
- Daniel Koch King's College London "Information Processing by Homo-Oligomeric Proteins: From First Principles to Cardiac Arrhythmias"
- Adriana Zanca The University of Melbourne " Cell proliferation and migration during wound healing"
CT05-EVOP: EVOP Subgroup Contributed Talks
- Barbara Boldin Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies, University of Primorska, Slovenia "The evolution of respiratory disease virulence and diversity"
- Yuanxiao Gao Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology "Evolution of irreversible somatic differentiation"
- Yoav Ram Tel Aviv University "Non-Vertical Cultural Transmission , Assortment , and the Evolution of Cooperation"
- Christin Nyhoegen Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Plön, Germany "Within-host evolution of antibiotic resistance under sequential therapy"
CT05-IMMU: IMMU Subgroup Contributed Talks
- Ke Li The University of Melbourne "Modelling the effect of MUC1 on influenza virus infection kinetics and macrophage dynamics"
- Juan Antonio Magalang Theoretical Physics Group, National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines "Stochastic resetting antiviral therapies prevent drug resistance development"
CT05-MEPI: MEPI Subgroup Contributed Talks
- Kamuela Yong University of Hawaii - West Oahu "A Mathematical Model of the Transmission of Rat Lungworm Disease"
- Artem Novozhilov North Dakota State University "Parametric heterogeneity in epidemiological models and modeling of COVID-19"
- Taeyong Lee School of Mathematics and Computing (Mathematics), Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea "The impact of control strategies for COVID-19 in South Korea"
- Anjana Pokharel Tribhuvan University Kathmandu, Nepal "Modeling the Impact of Vaccination on the Transmission Dynamics of Measles in Nepal"
CT05-MFBM: MFBM Subgroup Contributed Talks
- Fatemeh Sadat Fatemi Nasrollahi Pennsylvania State University "Attractor identification method based on generalized positive feedback loops and their functional relationships"
- Megan Coomer Melbourne University "Shaping the Epigenetic Landscape: Complexities and Consequences"
- Kumar Saurabh National Taiwan University "MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF ION CHANNEL FLOW WITHIN CONTINUUM FRAMEWORK"
- Nayana Wanasingha Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati "Molecular mechanisms regulating frequecy demultiplication of circadian rhythms in Neurospora Crassa"
CT05-ONCO: ONCO Subgroup Contributed Talks
- Maalavika Pillai Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore "Systems-level analysis of phenotypic plasticity and heterogeneity in melanoma"
- Jill Gallaher Moffitt Cancer Center "Using adaptive therapy to characterize collective and individual characteristics of metastases"
- Joshua Bull Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology, University of Oxford "Novel spatial statistics describe phenotype transitions in an agent-based model of tumour associated macrophages"