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LncRNAs: Novel Biomarkers for Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly neoplasms and the seventh major cause of cancer-related deaths among both males and females. Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are RNAs longer than 200 nucleotides and have no protein-coding capacity. lncRNAs have been recently found to influence the progression and initiation of pancreatic cancer. MACC1-AS1, LINC00976, LINC00462, LINC01559, HOXA-AS2, LINC00152, TP73-AS1, XIST, SNHG12, LUCAT1, and UCA1 are among the oncogenic lncRNAs in pancreatic cancer.

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1. Oncogenic LncRNAs in Pancreatic Cancer

Expression of lncRNAs has been appraised in pancreatic cancer tissues and cell lines using lncRNA microarray and qRT-PCR methods. These methods have resulted in the identification of numerous differentially expressed lncRNAs between neoplastic and non-neoplastic tissues. For instance, MACC1-AS1 has been identified as the most over-expressed lncRNA in pancreatic cancer tissues in a study conducted by Qi C et al. [1]. Expression of MACC1-AS1 was particularly elevated in patients who had poor survival. MACC1-AS1 silencing suppresses the proliferation and metastatic ability of pancreatic cancer cells. Mechanistically, MACC1-AS1 enhances the expression of PAX8 protein, which, in turn, increases aerobic glycolysis and activates NOTCH1 signaling. In addition, the expression of PAX8 is increased in pancreatic cancer tissues in correlation with levels of MACC1-AS1 and the prognosis of patients with pancreatic cancer. Thus, the MACC1-AS1/PAX8/NOTCH1 axis has been suggested as a putative target for the treatment of pancreatic cancer [1]. The association between expression levels of LINC00976 and pancreatic cancer progression has been assessed using in situ hybridization (ISH) and qRT-PCR methods. LINC00976 is up-regulated in pancreatic cancer tissues and cell lines in correlation with poor survival of patients. LINC00976 silencing inhibits proliferation, migratory potential and invasiveness of pancreatic cancer in vivo and in vitro. LINC00976 has been found to target ovarian tumor proteases OTUD7B. This protein deubiquitinates EGFR and influences the activity of MAPK signaling. Further studies have shown the role of the LINC00976/miR-137/OTUD7B axis in the modulation of the proliferation of pancreatic cancer cells [2]. Expression of LINC00462 in pancreatic cancer cells is induced by OSM. Up-regulation of this lncRNA has been accompanied by enhancement of cell proliferation, acceleration of cell cycle progression, and inhibition of cell apoptosis and adhesion. Moreover, LINC00462 up-regulation increases the migration and invasiveness of pancreatic cancer cells through enhancement of epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) and accelerated growth and metastasis of pancreatic cancer in vivo. Notably, LINC00462 has been demonstrated to have interaction with miR-665. Up-regulation of LINC00462 leads to the enhancement of expressions of TGFBR1 and TGFBR2 and the subsequent activation of the SMAD2/3 pathway in pancreatic cancer [3]Table 1 shows the information on oncogenic lncRNAs in pancreatic cancer. Figure 1 illustrates the role of various lncRNAs in pancreatic cancer through regulating the TGF-β/SMAD signaling pathway.
Figure 1. A schematic diagram shows the role of various lncRNAs in modulating the TGF-β/SMAD signaling pathway in pancreatic cancer. According to this cascade, when bioavailable TGF-β binds a homodimer of TβRII, transphosphorylation of the TβRI can trigger the activation of kinase activity. SMAD proteins, the substrates for TβRI kinases, are downstream of the BMP–analogous ligand–receptor systems. SMAD1, SMAD2, SMAD3, SMAD5, and SMAD8 can bind to membrane-bound serine/threonine receptors and are up-regulated via their kinase function. As a co-factor, the Co-SMAD (SMAD4) can bind to the up-regulated R-SMAD to create a complex that translocates into the nucleus. Consequently, I-SMAD (SMAD7) can deactivate the impacts of R-SMADs [4][5]. Previous studies have authenticated that several lncRNAs can play an effective role in regulating the TGF-β/SMAD cascade in pancreatic cancer. LINC00462 can up-regulate expression levels of TGFBR1 and TGFBR2 and activate the SMAD2/3 pathway in pancreatic cancer cells through down-regulating miR-665 expression [3]. Furthermore, lncRNA XIST can promote TGF-β2 expression via inhibiting the expression of miR-141-3p, thus enhancing cell proliferation, migration, and invasion of PC cells [6]. Green arrows indicate the up-regulation of target genes by lncRNAs; red arrows depict the inhibitory effects of lncRNAs.
Table 1. List of up-regulated lncRNAs in pancreatic cancer (ANT: adjacent non-cancerous tissue; cell lines were used for functional studies, apoptotic assays, and identification of partners of lncRNAs).
LncRNA Sample Cell Line Interaction Signaling Pathway Clinical Properties Method Function Ref.
C9orf139 54 pairs of tumor and ANTs AsPC-1, BxPC3,
PANC1, PaCa-2, SW-1990, HPDE6-C7
miR-663a/Sox12 _ Tumor stage, lymph nodemetastasis qRT-PCR, Western blotting, RNA immunoprecipitation,
RNA pull-down,
luciferase reporter assay
High expression of LncRNA C9orf139 is associated with the poor clinicopathological feature of PC patients [7]
CRNDE 58 pairs of tumor and ANTs SW-1990, PANC-1,CAPAN-1, JF305 BxPC-3,HPDE6-C7 miR-384 _ Tumordifferentiation, tumor size, TNM stage, and lymph nodal metastasis qRT-PCR, luciferase reporter assays, Western blotting,
immunohistochemistry (IHC) analysis
LncRNA CRNDE plays an oncogenic role in PC tissue and cell lines via directly targeting miR-384 [8]
H19 139 invasive ductal carcinoma samples PANC-1   - - In situ hybridization, DNA microarray analysis, qRT-PCR H19 affects cell motility but not cell growth rate [9]
HOTAIR _ HPDE6-C7, SU.86.86, CFPPAC-1, SW-1990,
miR-34a JAK2/STAT3 Pathway _ qRT-PCR, Western blotting, RNA pull-down LncRNA HOTAIR can activate the JAK2/STAT3 pathway by targeting miR-34 and then enhancing the proliferation and invasion of PC cells [10]
HOTTIP   Panc-1, L3.6pL, and MiaPaCa2 HOXA10, HOXB2, HOXA11, HOXA9, and HOXA1 - - Illumina Human V.3 HT12 Beadchip array HOTTIP regulates the proliferation, apoptosis, and migration of PC cells [11]
HOXA-AS2 16 pairs of tumor and ANTs,
12 pairs of tumor and ANTs
AsPC-1, BxPC-3, PANC-1 enhancer of zeste homolog 2 (EZH2),
lysine-specific demethylase 1 (LSD1)
_ _ qRT-PCR lncRNA HOXA-AS2 plays an oncogenic role in pancreatic cancer tissue [12]
LINC00976 _ CFPAC-1, MIA-PaCa-2, PANC-1, BxPC-3,CFPAC-1, ASPC-1, Panc03.27, Capan-2 miR-137/
EGFR/MAPK signaling pathway Tumor size,
lymph node metastasis,
perineural invasion,
distant metastasis ability
In situ hybridization (ISH), qRT-PCR LINC00976 plays an oncogenic role in pancreatic cancer tissue and promotes invasion, migration, and proliferation via up-regulating OTUD7B and then targeting miR-137 [2]
LINC00462 _ SW-1990, BxPC3,PANC-1, AsPC-1,
SMAD2/3 signaling pathway Large tumor size, poor tumor differentiation, TNM stage,
distant metastasis
qRT-PCR, CCK-8 assay, Western blotting,
flow cytometry analyses,
Over-expression of LINC00462 significantly promotes EMT and cell proliferation and suppresses cell apoptosis via up-regulating TGFBR1 and TGFBR2 [3]
LINC01559 55 pairs of tumor and ANTs AsPC-1, BxPC-3, PANC-1, MIA- PaCa-2, SW-1990,
miR-1343-3p/RAF1 ERK signaling pathway Large tumors, lymph node metastasis, RT-qPCR, RIP assay,
CCK-8 assay, Western blotting,
immunohistochemistry (IHC)
High expression of LINC01559 enhances proliferation of pancreatic cancer cells and metastasis by up-regulating Raf1 and activating the ERK pathway [13]
LINC00152 28 pairs of tumor and ANTs BxPC3, Panc1, AsPC1, SW-1990, HPDE6-C7 miR-150 _ _ qRT-PCR, CCK-8 assay, EDU assay, luciferase reporter assay LINC00152 can suppress miR-150 and then promote pancreatic cancer cells progressions [14]
LINC00958 _ PANC-1, Capan-2, SW-1990, BxPC-3,HPDE miR-330-5p _ _ qRT-PCR, Western blotting, fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH),
RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP)
LINC00958 enhances the EMT process and metastatic ability of PC cells [15]
LUCAT1 60 pairs of tumor and ANTs BxPC-3, Capan2, AsPC-1, PANC-1, HPDE6c7 miR-539 _ tumor size,
lymphatic invasion.
in situ hybridization,
Western blotting
LUCAT1 can enhance the invasion ability of cells by targeting miR-539 [16]
LINC00994 10 pairs of tumor and ANTs PANC-1, AsPC-1, SW-1990 miR-765-3p/RUNX2 _ _ Microarrays, qRT-PCR,
flow cytometry, luciferase assay,
Western blotting
LINC00994 acts as an oncogene and its inhibition can suppress RUNX2 by targeting miR-765-3p [17]
LINC01207 36 pairs of tumor and ANTs PANC-1, BxPC-3, Mpanc-96, PaTu-8988 miR-143-5p _ _ qRT-PCR, RNA pull-down, RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP), flow cytometry,
immunofluorescence staining, Western blotting
Its inhibition can induce apoptosis and autophagy activity of PC cells via targeting miR-143-5p [18]
MACC1-AS1 98 pairs of tumor and ANTs,
124 pairs of tumor and ANTs
BxPC-3, PANC-1,
MIA-PaCa-2, KP-2, AsPC-1, Capan-1
signaling pathway
_ lncRNA microarray,
qRT-PCR, luciferase analyses, RNAimmunoprecipitation
High expression of LncRNA MACC1-AS1 can induce pancreatic cancer cells proliferation and promote metastasis through regulating the PAX8/NOTCH1 signaling pathway [1]
OIP5-AS1 110 pairs of tumor and ANTs PANC-1, BxPC-3, AsPC-1, CFPAC-1, HPDE6-C7 miR-429,
ERK pathway
ERK pathway Tumor size, distant metastasis, TNM stage qRT-PCR, RNA immunoprecipitation,
RNA pull-down,
luciferase reporter assay,
Western blotting
High expression of LncRNA OIP5-AS1 can increase EMT process, invasion, and PC cell proliferation via activating the ERK pathway [19]
PVT1 30 pairs of tumor and ANTs HPAC, DANG, BxPC-3, PANC1, ASPC-1, H6C7 miR-519d-3p glycolysispathway lymph node metastasis qRT-PCR, Western blotting, RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP) assay, RNA pull-down assay, immunohistochemistry (IHC) PTV1 induces downregulation of miR-519d-3p and then promotes the progression of pancreatic cancer [20]
RP11-567G11.1 78 tumor tissues and 7 non-tumor tissues SW-1990, BxPC-3, PANC-1 _ NOTCH signaling pathway _ In situ hybridization,
CCK8 and flow cytometry,
Western blotting, qPCR
Inhibition of LncRNA RP11-567G11.1 can induce apoptosis and suppress cancer cell proliferation [21]
SBF2-AS1 _ PANC-1, BxPC-3, SW-1990, Capan2,
miR-122-5p SMAD signaling pathway _ Flow cytometry,
RNA-fluorescence in situ hybridization(FISH), qRT-PCR,
Western blotting,
RNA immunoprecipitation,
RNA pull-down assays
The expression level of SBF2-AS1 is increased in M2 macrophage exosomes and plays an oncogenic role in pancreatic cancer tissue [22]
SNHG7 50 pairs of tumor and ANTs PANC-1, SW-1990, BxPC-3 AsPC-1, HPDE miR-146b-5,
roundabout homolog 1(Robo1)
_ Tumor size,
distant metastasis,
lymph node
qRT-PCR, Flow cytometry analysis, luciferase reporter assay, RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP) assay, RNA pull-down assay, Western blotting High expression of LncRNA SNHG7 can promote the progression of PC by positively affecting Robo1 [23]
SNHG12 15 pairs of tumor and ANTs HPDE6, BxPC-3, CAPAN1, PANC1, SW-1990 miR-320b _ _ qRT-PCR, flow cytometry, luciferase assay LncRNA SNHG12 can increase the invasion, EMT, and proliferation of cancer cells by negatively affecting miR-320b [24]
SNHG14 45 pairs of tumor and ANTs CFPAC-1, BxPC-3, L3.6pl Panc-1, HPDE6C7 miR-613 _ Poor tumor differentiation, advanced TNM stage, nodal metastasis qRT-PCR,
fluorescent in situ hybridization,
flow cytometry,
Western blotting
Increased expression of SNHG14 can promote the progression of pancreatic cancer by inhibiting caspase-3 activity and down-regulation of miR-613 [25]
SNHG15 48 pairs of tumor and ANTs AsPC-1, BxPC-3, HPDE6 zeste homolog 2 _ tumor size, TNM stage,lymph node, metastasis qRT-PCR, Flow cytometry,
Western blotting, RNA immunoprecipitation,
chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP)
SNHG15 plays an oncogenic role in pancreatic cancer tissue by inversely regulating target genes [26]
SPRY4-IT1 _ BxPC-3, PANC-1 Cdc20 _ _ qRT-PCR, Western blotting, wound healing assay, Transwell assay SPRY4-IT1 acts as an oncogene in PC tissue, and its inhibition induces depletion of PC progression [27]
TP73-AS1 77 pairs of tumor and ANTs HPDE6-C7, SW-1990, CAPAN-1, JF305,
PANC-1, BxPC-3
miR-141 _ TNM stage,
lymph node metastasis
qRT-PCR, luciferase reporter assays, Western blotting High expression of lncRNA TP73-AS1 induces migration, invasion, and PC cell proliferation [28]
UCA1 120 pairs of tumor and ANTs PANC-1, BxPC-3, Capan-1,
SW-1990, HPDE6C-7
_ _ Tumor size,
depth of invasion,
CA19-9 level,
tumor stage
flow cytometry,
Western blotting,
Low expression of LncRNA UCA1 can reduce the proliferation of PC cells and induce cell cycle arrest [29]
UCA1 36 pairs of tumor and ANTs HPC-Y5, PANC-1, SW-1990, AsPC-1 miR-96/FOXO3 _ _ qRT-PCR, Western blotting,
flow cytometry, luciferase assay,
RNA in situ hybridization
LncRNA UCA1 acts as an oncogene in PC tissue and cell lines via negative regulating miR-96 [30]
XIST 30 pairs of tumor and ANTs PANC-1, HEK293T miR-141-3p, TGF-β2 TGF-β signaling pathway _ qRT-PCR, luciferase reporter assay,
Western blotting
LncRNA XIST plays an oncogenic role in PC tissue through targeting miR-141-3p and the TGF-β signaling pathway [6]
XIST 64 pairs of tumor and ANTs H6c7, Patu8988,SW-1990, BxPC-3,
AsPC-1, CFPAC-1,
miR-133a/EGFR EGFR/Akt signaling Larger tumor size, perineuralinvasion, lymph node metastasis, shorter overall survival qRT-PCR, BrdU cell proliferation assay, luciferase reporter assay LncRNA XIST can induce PC cell proliferation through negatively regulating miR133a and positively regulating EGFR [31]
ZEB2-AS1 39 pairs of tumor and ANTs AsPC-1, HPAC, Cfpac-1, PANC-1, HPDE miR-204/
_ _ q-RT-PCR,
Western blotting immunofluorescence assay, luciferase reporter assay, RNA-binding protein immunoprecipitation (RIP) assay, LncRNA array
Overexpression of LncRNA ZEB2-AS1 induces cell proliferation and invasion by negatively affecting miR-204 [32]

2. Tumor Suppressor LncRNAs in Pancreatic Cancer

LINC01111 is a newly identified lncRNA that is significantly down-regulated in tissue and plasma samples gathered from patients with pancreatic cancer. This lncRNA has been found to exert tumor-suppressive effects. Notably, expression levels of LINC01111 have been inversely correlated with the TNM stage but positively correlated with the survival rate of patients with pancreatic cancer. LINC01111 can suppress the proliferation, cell cycle progression, invasiveness, and migratory potential of pancreatic cancer cells in vitro. Moreover, it can suppress the tumorigenic potential and metastatic ability of neoplastic cells in vivo. LINC01111 over-expression leads to the up-regulation of DUSP1 through sponging miR-3924. These events result in the inhibition of phosphorylation of SAPK, therefore inactivating SAPK/JNK signaling in pancreatic cancer cells [33]. LINC01963 is another down-regulated lncRNA in clinical samples of pancreatic cancer and cell lines. Over-expression of LINC01963 leads to suppression of colony formation, attenuation of cell cycle progression, and inhibition of proliferation and invasion of pancreatic cancer cells while enhancing the apoptosis rate in these cells. More importantly, short hairpin RNA targeting LINC01963 increases the tumorigenicity of pancreatic cancer cells in vivo. Functionally, LINC01963 decreases the expression of miR-641, a miRNA that down-regulates TMEFF2. Thus, LINC01963 suppresses the progression of pancreatic cancer through the miR-641/TMEFF2 axis [34]. MEG3 is another down-regulated lncRNA in pancreatic cancer cells, the expression of which has been inversely correlated with the expression of PI3K. In clinical samples, expression of MEG3 has been inversely correlated with tumor dimension, organ metastasis, and vascular invasion in pancreatic cancer. Functionally, MEG3 can suppress the progression of pancreatic cancer through regulation of the activity of PI3K/AKT/Bcl-2/Bax/cyclin D1/P53 and PI3K/AKT/MMP-2/MMP-9 axes [35]. On the other hand, the lncRNA GAS5 has been found to suppress metastasis of pancreatic cancer via the regulation of the miR-32-5p/PTEN axis [36].

3. Diagnostic Role of LncRNAs in Pancreatic Cancer

The diagnostic role of lncRNAs in pancreatic cancer is appraised by depicting receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves. The calculated values for the area under these curves (AUC values) for a number of these lncRNAs are more than 0.8, suggesting the potential of these lncRNAs as diagnostic markers for pancreatic cancer (Table 2). For instance, the expression of LINC00675 is firstly assessed in a small cohort of PDAC tissues and chronic pancreatitis tissues through microarray screening. At the next step, these results are validated in larger cohorts of patients using the qRT-PCR method. Over-expression of LINC00675 is significantly correlated with lymph node metastasis, perineural invasion, and poor clinical outcome of patients with pancreatic cancer. Notably, this lncRNA has a 0.893 AUC value for predicting the progression of pancreatic cancer within one year. Moreover, the AUC value for the prediction of tumor progression within six months is 0.928. Thus, LINC00675 is a potential diagnostic marker for the prediction of recurrence in PDAC patients following radical surgical resection [37].
Table 2. Diagnostic role of lncRNAs in pancreatic cancer (ANT: adjacent non-cancerous tissue).
LncRNA Expression Pattern Detection Method for LncRNAs Sample Area Under the Curve (AUC) References
LncRNA-UFC1 Up-regulation qRT-PCR 48 serum samples of patients 0.810 [38]
RP11-263F15.1 Up-regulation Microarray, qRT-PCR 71 pairs of tumor and ANTs 0.843 [39]
ABHD11-AS1 Up-regulation qRT-PCR 15 serum samples of patients and 30 healthy individuals 0.887 [40]
LINC00675 Up-regulation Microarray, qRT-PCR 45 pairs of tumor and ANTs 0.928 [37]
HULC Up-regulation qRT-PCR 60 serum samples of patients and 60 healthy individuals 0.856 [41]
C9orf139 Up-regulation qRT-PCR 54 pairs of tumor and ANTs 0.923 [42]
PVT1 Up-regulation qRT-PCR Salivary samples from 55 patients with resectable pancreatic cancer, 20 patients with benign pancreatic lesions, and 55 normal controls 0.84 (cancer vs. benign lesion), 0.90 (cancer vs. healthy state) [43]
HOTAIR Up-regulation qRT-PCR 0.86 (cancer vs. benign lesion), 0.88 (cancer vs. healthy state)


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