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Zinc finger and SCAN domain containing 18

zinc-finger and SCAN domain containing 18, ZSCAN18
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Papers on zinc-finger and SCAN domain containing 18
Four DNA methylation biomarkers in biliary brush samples accurately identify the presence of cholangiocarcinoma.
Lind et al., Oslo, Norway. In Hepatology, May 2015
The methylation status of 13 candidate genes (CDO1, CNRIP1, DCLK1, FBN1, INA, MAL, SEPT9, SFRP1, SNCA, SPG20, TMEFF2, VIM, and ZSCAN18) was investigated in 93 tissue samples (39 CCAs and 54 nonmalignant controls) using quantitative methylation-specific polymerase chain reaction.
The novel colorectal cancer biomarkers CDO1, ZSCAN18 and ZNF331 are frequently methylated across gastrointestinal cancers.
Lind et al., Oslo, Norway. In Int J Cancer, Mar 2015
In a recent study, we identified frequently methylated genes for cholangiocarcinoma (CDO1, DCLK1, SFRP1 and ZSCAN18), where one of these genes, DCLK1, was also confirmed to be highly methylated in colorectal cancer.
A panel of genes methylated with high frequency in colorectal cancer.
Molloy et al., Australia. In Bmc Cancer, 2013
Six of these genes (SOX21, SLC6A15, NPY, GRASP, ST8SIA1 and ZSCAN18) show very low methylation in non-neoplastic colorectal tissue and are candidate biomarkers for stool-based assays, while 11 genes (BCAT1, COL4A2, DLX5, FGF5, FOXF1, FOXI2, GRASP, IKZF1, IRF4, SDC2 and SOX21) have very low methylation in peripheral blood DNA and are suitable for further evaluation as blood-based diagnostic markers.
Novel target genes and a valid biomarker panel identified for cholangiocarcinoma.
Lind et al., Oslo, Norway. In Epigenetics, 2012
CDO1, DCLK1, SFRP1 and ZSCAN18, displayed high methylation frequencies in primary tumors and were unmethylated in controls.
Genome-wide methylation analysis identifies epigenetically inactivated candidate tumour suppressor genes in renal cell carcinoma.
Maher et al., Birmingham, United Kingdom. In Oncogene, 2011
MeDIP analysis on 9 RCC tumours and 3 non-malignant normal kidney tissue samples was performed, and an initial shortlist of 56 candidate genes that were methylated by array analysis was further investigated; 9 genes were confirmed to show frequent promoter region methylation in primary RCC tumour samples (KLHL35 (39%), QPCT (19%), SCUBE3 (19%), ZSCAN18 (32%), CCDC8 (35%), FBN2 (34%), ATP5G2 (36%), PCDH8 (58%) and CORO6 (22%)).
The presence of aberrant DNA methylation in noncancerous esophageal mucosae in association with smoking history: a target for risk diagnosis and prevention of esophageal cancers.
Ushijima et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Cancer, 2009
RESULTS: Forty-seven genes were identified as methylation-silenced in at least 1 of the 3 ESCC cell lines, and 14 of those genes (claudin 6 [CLDN6]; G protein-coupled receptor 158 [GPR158]; homeobox A9 [HOXA9]; metallothionein 1M [MT1M]; neurofilament, heavy polypeptide 200 kDa [NEFH]; plakophilin 1 [PKP1]; protein phosphatase 1, regulatory [inhibitor] subunit 14A [PPP1R14A]; pyrin domain and caspase recruitment domain containing [PYCARD]; R-spondin family, member 4 [RSPO4]; testis-specific protein, Y-encoded-like 5 [TSPYL5]; ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal esterase L1 [UCHL1]; zinc-finger protein 42 homolog [ZFP42]; zinc-finger protein interacting with K protein 1 homolog [ZIK1]; and zinc-finger and SCAN domain containing 18 [ZSCAN18]) were used as markers.
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