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The N6-methyladenosine (m6A) modification in mRNAs, generated by the enzyme METTL3, controls normal human hematopoietic stem/progenitor cell differentiation and maintains the undifferentiated leukemic phenotype of human acute myeloid leukemia cells.
Treatment with tyrosine kinase inhibitors results in a survival benefit in patients with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). However, relapse due to persistent leukemic stem cells (LSCs) requires additional selective targets for efficient eradication of the disease. Metabolomic analyses on patient-derived CML LSCs reveal that these have an increased dependency on oxidative metabolism that renders them...
A silent single-nucleotide variant (SNV) affecting the transcription of a long noncoding RNA (lncRNA EGFR-AS1) within the EGFR coding region alters the EGFR isoform ratio and modulates oncogene addiction and response to EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitors in squamous-cell cancers. Proof-of-concept validation in patients supports the notion that this SNV and levels of the lncRNA could be used to predic...
Factors secreted by metastatic a primary tumors induce an early phenotypic switch in perivascular cells at distant pre-metastatic niches. By using sophisticated lineage-tracing mouse models, the authors demonstrate that enhanced KLF4 expression in these cells increases their ability to proliferate and migrate away from the vasculature, and augments fibronectin deposition, which contributes to meta...
Transcriptomic profiling using a newly-developed cre-inducible method to biotinylate wild-type and mutant MeCP2 protein highlights the cellular heterogeneity of transcriptional changes in rodent models of Rett Syndrome, including cell-type- and subcellular compartment-specific differences in male brains and X-linked mosaicism in female brains.