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Autori: Pećina-Šlaus, Nives; Gall-Trošelj, Koraljka; Kapitanović, Sanja; Radić, K.; Pavelić, Krešimir; Pavelić, Jasminka
Naslov: Genetic instabilities of the E-cadherin and APC genes in renal cell carcinoma
Izvornik: Abstract Book of 3rd International Conference on Signal Transduction / Đikić, I. ; Husnjak, K. (ur.). - Zagreb : Laserplus & Tiskara Puljko , 2002. 121.
Skup: 3rd International Conference on Signal Transduction
Mjesto i datum: Cavtat, Hrvatska, 17.-23.05.2002.
Ključne riječi: genetic instability; APC gene; renal carcinoma
Sažetak:
The roles of adenomatous polyposis coli, APC and E-cadherin, CDH1 genes were investigated in renal cell carcinoma (RCC). Forty-five human renal cell carcinomas were tested for APC gene instability by polymerase chain reaction/loss of heterozygosity (LOH) using RFLP method. E-cadherin gene was analyzed by PCR amplification of tetranucleotide marker (D16 S752) and the alleles were visualized by PAGE/silver staining or Spreadex gels (Elchrom Scientific). The overall proportion of LOH cases of the APC gene was 37.5% (9/24) based on two polymorphic markers (Rsa I in exon 11 and Msp I in exon 15). D16 S752 marker linked to E-cadherin gene (informativity 91%) revealed 3 (7.5%) LOH cases. Interestingly, in 10% of RCC samples another type of genomic instability was detected, replication error (RER). Multivariate statistical analysis of samples informative for both APC and E-cadherin genes showed, that in this data set, LOH of the APC gene is correlated with advanced age and more severe TNM stages. Genomic instabilities of the E-cadherin gene, on the other hand, appear to be correlated with younger age groups and less severe TNM stages. Our results suggest that alterations, both in APC and E-cadherin genes, are involved in evolution and progression of RCC. Microsatellite genetic instability of the E-cadherin gene indicates that another cellular mechanism, mismatch repair, is targeted in RCC.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Poster
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Projekt / tema: 0108215, 00981104, 00981103, 0098108, 0098095, 0098093, 0098092
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
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