Hongyang Pan

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The Notch2 is a critical membrane receptor for B-cell functions, and also displays various biological roles in lymphoma pathogenesis. In this article, we reported that 3 of 69 (4.3%) diffuse large B-cell lymphomas (DLBCLs) exhibited a truncate NOTCH2 mutation at the nucleotide 7605 (G/A) in the cDNA sequence, which led to partial deletion of the C-terminal(More)
Germinal center lymphoma is a heterogeneous human lymphoma entity. Here we report that constitutive activity of SHP2 (PTPN11) and its downstream kinase ERK is essential for the viability of germinal center lymphoma cells and disease progression. Mechanistically, SHP2/ERK inhibition impedes c-Myc transcriptional activity, which results in the repression of(More)
Dysregulation of the apoptotic pathway is widely recognized as a key step in lymphomagenesis. Notably, LITAF was initially identified as a p53-inducible gene, subsequently implicated as a tumor suppressor. Our previous study also showed LITAF to be methylated in 89.5% B-NHL samples. Conversely, deregulated expression of BCL6 is a pathogenic event in many(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the value of CK13 (Rab) and CK10/13(Mab) as objective and specific biomarkers combined with Alcian-Phloxine-Martius yellow (APM) staining for the diagnosis of amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) and amniotic fluid aspiration (AFA). METHODS A retrospective study of forensic autopsy cases of 148 neonatal deaths and 19 maternal deaths in the(More)
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