Laminin-binding integrin gene copy number alterations in distinct epithelial-type cancers.
AuthorHarryman, William L
Little, Andrew S
Eschbacher, Jennifer M
Nagle, Raymond B
Cress, Anne E
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Ctr Canc
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PublisherE-CENTURY PUBLISHING CORP
CitationLaminin-binding integrin gene copy number alterations in distinct epithelial-type cancers. 2016, 8 (2):940-54 Am J Transl Res
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AbstractThe laminin-binding integrin (LBI) family are cell adhesion molecules that are essential for invasion and metastasis of human epithelial cancers and cell adhesion mediated drug resistance. We investigated whether copy number alteration (CNA) or mutations of a five-gene signature (ITGB4, ITGA3, LAMB3, PLEC, and SYNE3), representing essential genes for LBI adhesion, would correlate with patient outcomes within human epithelial-type tumor data sets currently available in an open access format.
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SponsorsThe use of the Tissue Acquisition and Molecular Analysis Support Service (TACMASR) of the UA Cancer Center was essential for this work. Of particular note was the expert technical assistance of Ed Abril. The work was supported in part by CA P30 23074, CA164484 and CA159406.
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