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Deregulated activity of the LATS tumor suppressors has broad implications on cellular and tissue homeostasis. We examined the consequences of downregulation of either LATS1 or LATS2 in breast cancer. Consistent with their proposed tumor-suppressive roles, expression of both paralogs is significantly downregulated in human breast cancer, and loss of either paralog accelerated mammary tumorigenesis in mice. However, each paralog had a distinct impact on breast cancer. LATS2 depletion in luminal B tumors resulted in metabolic rewiring, with increased glycolysis and reduced PPARg signaling. Furthermore, pharmacologic activation of PPARg elicited LATS2-dependent death in luminal B-derived cells. In contrast, LATS1 depletion augmented cancer cell.
In agreement with this, genomic profiling of a large (n = 1,501) cohort of endocrine therapy–naïve versus endocrine therapy–exposed ER+ breast cancers did not show any evidence of AKT1 mutations being associated with resistance to hormonal therapy (15.
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