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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.87.2009.tde-30042010-095636
Document
Author
Full name
Juliana Silva Capitanio
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Ruiz, Itamar Romano Garcia (President)
Ibañez, Olga Célia Martinez
Nagai, Maria Aparecida
Title in Portuguese
Instabilidade genômica em carcinoma basocelular humano revelada através da análise de sequências repetitivas
Keywords in Portuguese
Biologia Molecular
Carcinoma basocelular
Marcador molecular
Oncologia
Reação em cadeia da polimerase
Sequenciamento genético
Abstract in Portuguese
O CBC é o câncer mais comum hoje, causado pela UV que ao atingir a pele origina mutações no DNA que se não reparadas podem levar a tumorigênese. Este estudo avalia seqüências repetitivas (microssatélites e RAPD) na busca de marcadores moleculares e de genes envolvidos no surgimento deste tipo de tumor. Os padrões foram obtidos por PCR utilizando como molde DNA genômico de tumores, pele normal e leucócitos. Foram avaliados 34 tumores. Alterações nos microssatélites foram correlacionadas com o CBC esclerodermiforme e nos RAPD (OPB-08) com tumores micronodulares. Alterações de microssatélites e RAPDs apresentam correlação com o maior número de lesões em um mesmo paciente. Indicando um acompanhamento mais atento de pacientes mais alterados. A busca de novos genes envolvidos no CBC identificou DENND1A no cromossomo 9, putativamente menos expresso em cânceres de pele, porém com relação indeterminada com a carcinogênese e BANP/SMAR1, supressor tumoral que atua na via do p53, afeta a transcrição da ciclina D1 e inibe a sinalização da via TGFb promovendo a carcinogênese
Title in English
Genomic instability in baseal cell carcinoma revealed by repetitive sequences analysis
Keywords in English
Basal cell carcinoma
Genetic Sequencing
Molecular biology
Molecular marker
Oncology
Polimerase Chain Reaction
Abstract in English
BCC is the most common cancer today, caused by UV that generates mutation on the DNA of skin cells, which if not repaired may lead to tumorigenesis. This study evaluates repetitive sequences (microsatellites and RAPD) searching for molecular markers and genes involved in the development of this tumor. The patterns were obtained by PCR using as template genomic DNA from 34 tumors, normal skin and leucocytes. Microsatellite alterations are correlated with sclerosing BCC and RAPDs with micronodular BCC (OPB-08). Alterations in microsatellites and RAPD are correlated with an increase in the number of tumors in a patient. This indicates a more careful follow up for the more altered patients. The search for new genes involved with BCC identified DENND1A on chromosome 9, putatively less expressed in skin cancers, whose relation to carcinogenesis is undetermined and BANP/SMAR1, a tumor suppressor acting on the p53 pathway, affecting cyclin D1 transcription and inhibiting TGFb signaling pathway, promoting carcinogenesis
 
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2010-05-26
 
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