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PubMed News (NIH) 10/23/2019
Contributor : Wan L Lam Series Type : Genome variation profiling by SNP array Organism : Homo sapiens. Gene function in cancer is often cell type-specific. The epithelial cell-specific transcription factor ELF3 is a documented tumour suppressor in many epithelial tumours yet displays oncogenic properties in others. Here, we show that ELF3 is an oncogene in the adenocarcinoma subtype of lung cancer (LUAD), providing genetic, functional, and clinical evidence of subtype specificity. We discover a region of focal amplification at chromosome 1q32.1 encompassing the ELF3 locus in LUAD which is absent in the squamous subtype. Gene dosage and promoter hypomethylation affect the locus in up to 80% of LUAD analysed. ELF3 expression was required for t.
Bio-Medicine.Org 10/22/2019 12:26
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