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ZINC FINGER PROTEIN 132
National Institutes of Health
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Epigenetic silencing of ZNF132 mediated by methylation-sensitive Sp1 binding promotes cancer progression in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma
Cell Death & Disease
Corpus ID: 57373511
Epigenetic alteration of tumor suppression gene is one of the most significant indicators in human esophageal squamous cell…
Transcriptional master regulator analysis in breast cancer genetic networks
Comput. Biol. Chem.
Corpus ID: 34862575
Gene regulatory networks account for the delicate mechanisms that control gene expression. Under certain circumstances, gene…
Mirnas isolated from extracellular vesicles in follicular fluid and oocyte development potential
Corpus ID: 57802655
tion via gap junctions. The intent of this study was to investigate if differences in the CC transcriptome, as determined by RNA…
Comparison of genome-wide DNA methylation in urothelial carcinomas of patients with and without arsenic exposure.
Corpus ID: 2769566
BACKGROUND Arsenic is a well-documented carcinogen of human urothelial carcinoma (UC) with incompletely understood mechanisms…
Downregulation of zinc finger protein 132 in prostate cancer is associated with aberrant promoter hypermethylation and poor prognosis
M. O. Abildgaard
K. D. Sørensen
International journal of cancer
Corpus ID: 205943633
This study investigates the expression and biomarker potential of zinc finger protein 132 (ZNF132) in prostate cancer (PC) by…
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