Andréa Carla De Souza Góes

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P53 is a tumor suppressor protein critical for genome integrity. Although its control at the protein level is well known, the transcriptional regulation of the TP53 gene is still unclear. We have analyzed the organization of the TP53 gene domain using DNA arrays in several breast cancer and control cell lines. We have found that in the control breast(More)
Monoallelic 6p25.3 rearrangements associated with DUSP22 (Dual Specificity Phosphatase 22) gene silencing have been reported in CD30+ peripheral T-cell lymphomas (PTCL), mostly with anaplastic morphology and of cutaneous origin. However, the mechanism of second allele silencing and the putative tumor suppressor function of DUSP22 have not been investigated(More)
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