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Identification of Genes That Exhibit Changes in Expression on the 8p Chromosomal Arm by the Systematic Multiplex RT-PCR (SM RT-PCR) and DNA Microarray Hybridization Methods

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Losses of the p-arm of chromosome 8 are frequently observed in breast, prostate, and other types of cancers. Using the Systematic Multiplex RT-PCR (SM RT-PCR) method and the DNA microarray hybridization method, we examined the expression of 273 genes located on the p-arm of chromosome 8 in five breast and three prostate human cancer cell lines. We observed frequent decreases in expression of two dozen genes and increases in expression of several genes on this chromosomal arm. These changes in gene expression of the cell lines were later confirmed by real-time qRT-PCR. Additionally and more importantly, we found that a number of these variations were also observed in the majority of clinical cases of breast cancer we examined. These included downregulation of the MYOM2, NP_859074, NP_001034551, NRG1, PHYIP (PHYHIP), Q7Z2R7, SFRP1, and SOX7 genes, and upregulation of the ESCO2, NP_115712 (GINS4), Q6P464, and TOPK (PBK) genes.
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Keywords: Breast cancer; Chromosomal scanning; Chromosome 8p; DNA microarray hybridization; Gene expression; Real-time qRT-PCR; Systematic Multiplex RT-PCR (SM RT-PCR)

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2008

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