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|Title:||Genomic loss of miR-486 regulates tumor progression and the OLFM4 antiapoptotic factor in gastric cancer||Authors:||Oh, H.-K.
|Issue Date:||1-May-2011||Citation:||Oh, H.-K., Tan, A.L.-K., Das, K., Ooi, C.-H., Deng, N.-T., Tan, I.B., Beillard, E., Lee, J., Ramnarayanan, K., Rha, S.-Y., Palanisamy, N., Voorhoeve, P.M., Tan, P. (2011-05-01). Genomic loss of miR-486 regulates tumor progression and the OLFM4 antiapoptotic factor in gastric cancer. Clinical Cancer Research 17 (9) : 2657-2667. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-10-3152||Abstract:||Purpose: MicroRNAs (miRNA) play pivotal oncogenic and tumor-suppressor roles in several human cancers. We sought to discover novel tumor-suppressor miRNAs in gastric cancer (GC). Experimental Design: Using Agilent miRNA microarrays, we compared miRNA expression profiles of 40 primary gastric tumors and 40 gastric normal tissues, identifying miRNAs significantly downregulated in gastric tumors. Results: Among the top 80 miRNAs differentially expressed between gastric tumors and normals (false discovery rate < 0.01), we identified hsa-miR-486 (miR-486) as a significantly downregulated miRNA in primary GCs and GC cell lines. Restoration of miR-486 expression in GC cell lines (YCC3, SCH and AGS) caused suppression of several pro-oncogenic traits, whereas conversely inhibiting miR-486 expression in YCC6 GC cells enhanced cellular proliferation. Array-CGH analysis of 106 primary GCs revealed genomic loss of the miR-486 locus in approximately 25% to 30% of GCs, including two tumors with focal genomic losses specifically deleting miR-486, consistent with miR-486 playing a tumor-suppressive role. Bioinformatic analysis identified the secreted antiapoptotic glycoprotein OLFM4 as a potential miR-486 target. Restoring miR-486 expression in GC cells decreased endogenous OLFM4 transcript and protein levels, and also inhibited expression of luciferase reporters containing an OLFM4 3′ untranslated region with predicted miR-486 binding sites. Supporting the biological relevance of OLFM4 as a miR-486 target, proliferation in GC cells was also significantly reduced by OLFM4 silencing. Conclusions: miR-486 may function as a novel tumor-suppressor miRNA in GC. Its antioncogenic activity may involve the direct targeting and inhibition of OLFM4. ©2011 AACR.||Source Title:||Clinical Cancer Research||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/110550||ISSN:||10780432||DOI:||10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-10-3152|
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