Balance between apical membrane growth and luminal matrix resistance determines epithelial tubule shape

B. Dong, E. Hannezo, S. Hayashi, Cell Reports 7 (2014) 941–950.

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The morphological stability of biological tubes is crucial for the efficient circulation of fluids and gases. Failure of this stability causes irregularly shaped tubes found in multiple pathological conditions. Here, we report that Drosophila mutants of the ESCRT III component Shrub/Vps32 exhibit a strikingly elongated sinusoidal tube phenotype. This is caused by excessive apical membrane synthesis accompanied by the ectopic accumulation and overactivation of Crumbs in swollen endosomes. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the apical extracellular matrix (aECM) of the tracheal tube is a viscoelastic material coupled with the apical membrane. We present a simple mechanical model in which aECM elasticity, apical membrane growth, and their interaction are three vital parameters determining the stability of biological tubes. Our findings demonstrate a mechanical role for the extracellular matrix and suggest that the interaction of the apical membrane and an elastic aECM determines the final morphology of biological tubes independent of cell shape.
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2014-05-22
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Cell Reports
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We thank F. Gao, R.E. Ward, S. Luschnig, T. Okajima, M. Affolter, D. Bilder, E. Knust, T. Tanaka, A. Nakamura, C. Samakovlis, K. Saigo, M. Furuse, the Bloomington Stock Center, Drosophila Genetic Resource Center in Kyoto, Japan, and the Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank for generously providing antibodies and fly stocks; H. Wada for UAS-3×TagRFP fly and dye injection; Y.H. Zhang for plasmid and protocol for CBP preparation; and J. Prost and J.F. Joanny for their support for the project and discussion. We also thank T. Shibata, Y. Morishita, T. Kondo, and G. Sheng for critically reading the manuscript. This work was supported by a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas from MEXT Japan to S.H. and the RIKEN Foreign Postdoctoral Researcher Program to B.D.
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941 - 950
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Dong B, Hannezo E, Hayashi S. Balance between apical membrane growth and luminal matrix resistance determines epithelial tubule shape. Cell Reports. 2014;7(4):941-950. doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2014.03.066
Dong, B., Hannezo, E., & Hayashi, S. (2014). Balance between apical membrane growth and luminal matrix resistance determines epithelial tubule shape. Cell Reports, 7(4), 941–950. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2014.03.066
Dong, Bo, Edouard Hannezo, and Shigeo Hayashi. “Balance between Apical Membrane Growth and Luminal Matrix Resistance Determines Epithelial Tubule Shape.” Cell Reports 7, no. 4 (2014): 941–50. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2014.03.066.
B. Dong, E. Hannezo, and S. Hayashi, “Balance between apical membrane growth and luminal matrix resistance determines epithelial tubule shape,” Cell Reports, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 941–950, 2014.
Dong B, Hannezo E, Hayashi S. 2014. Balance between apical membrane growth and luminal matrix resistance determines epithelial tubule shape. Cell Reports. 7(4), 941–950.
Dong, Bo, et al. “Balance between Apical Membrane Growth and Luminal Matrix Resistance Determines Epithelial Tubule Shape.” Cell Reports, vol. 7, no. 4, Cell Press, 2014, pp. 941–50, doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2014.03.066.

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