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Identification of a novel gene and its role as a putative suppressor of pancreatic cancer.
Kouros Latifpour Moozar
Written in English
The breakpoint on the short arm of chromosome 6 (6p) was refined to within 31 kilobases, bisecting a putative gene. Gene identification experiments demonstrated 3 isoforms of a transcriptional unit at this locus. Molecular analyses identified a novel gene (TPC) with 13 exons and a 495 amino acid open-reading frame. A portion of this protein has high sequence homology to a membrane-bound O-acyltransferase motif and co-localizes to the endoplasmic reticulum. Loss of heterozygosity was detected in 55.7% of the informative cases of pancreatic cancer. A sequence variant (F412L) corresponds to a highly conserved phenylalanine. The combined results suggest this newly identified gene should be considered as a candidate for involvement in pancreatic cancer.A patient with early onset pancreatic cancer and a familial germline balanced translocation t(2;6)(p25;p22) was characterized. We hypothesize that by characterizing the translocation breakpoints we may identify generic factors of importance in pathogenesis of pancreatic cancer.
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This can be achieved by identification of specific gene profiles, which may promote chronic inflammation and pancreatic cancer progression, and . Metastasis suppressor genes have been defined as a group of genes that suppress the metastatic potential of cancer cells without affecting tumorigenicity through targeting one of the key steps of the invasion–metastasis cascade (Smith and Theodorescu, ; Steeg, ).To date, only few metastasis suppressor genes have been characterized (Smith and .
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The arrow refers to a putative oncogene or putative tumor suppressor gene inferred by associations between expression levels of these genes and risk alleles of index SNPs from GWAS.
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To exploit centrosome amplification’s clinical potential, it is crucial to understand its role in cancer.