Single‐cell RNA‐seq analysis reveals the platinum resistance gene COX7B and the surrogate marker CD63

@article{Tanaka2018SinglecellRA,
  title={Single‐cell RNA‐seq analysis reveals the platinum resistance gene COX7B and the surrogate marker CD63},
  author={Nobuyuki Tanaka and Shintaro Katayama and Aparna Reddy and Kaneyasu Nishimura and Naoya Niwa and Hiroshi Hongo and Koichiro Ogihara* and Takeo Kosaka and Ryuichi Mizuno and Eiji Kikuchi and Shuji Mikami and Ayako Miyakawa and Ernest Arenas and Juha Kere and Mototsugu Oya and Per Uhl{\'e}n},
  journal={Cancer Medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={6193 - 6204}
}
Cancers acquire resistance to systemic treatment with platinum‐based chemotherapy (eg, cisplatin [CDDP]) as a result of a dynamic intratumoral heterogeneity (ITH) and clonal repopulation. However, little is known about the influence of chemotherapy on ITH at the single‐cell level. Here, mapping the transcriptome of cancers treated with CDDP by scRNA‐seq, we uncovered a novel gene, COX7B, associated with platinum‐resistance, and surrogate marker, CD63. Knockdown of COX7B in cancer cells… 

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