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MiR-302b regulates cell functions and acts as a potential biomarker to predict recurrence in bladder cancer.

Bladder cancer is the most common urogenital tumor with substantial morbidity, high recurrence rate and mortality. miRNAs, a class of endogenous noncoding RNA, were found to involve in the genesis, maintenance and metastasis of cancer. Genomic profiling revealed that miR-302b is down-regulated in bladder cancer while its functions in bladder cancer remain to be ascertained.


circGprc5a Promoted Bladder Oncogenesis and Metastasis through Gprc5a-Targeting Peptide.

Bladder cancer is a serious cancer in the world, especially in advanced countries. Bladder cancer stem cells (CSCs) drive bladder tumorigenesis and metastasis. Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are involved in many biological processes, but their roles in bladder oncogenesis and bladder CSCs are unclear. Here, we identified that circGprc5a is upregulated in bladder tumors and CSCs. circGpr5a knockdown impairs the self-renewal and metastasis of bladder CSCs, and its overexpression exerts an opposite role. circGpr5a...

Association of Matrix Metalloproteinase-7 Genotypes with the Risk of Bladder Cancer.

The breakage of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) has been reported to be one of the mechanisms required for tumor invasion, and the expression of MMP-7 in serum is correlated with poor prognosis of urinary bladder cancer patients. However, the role of the MMP-7 genotypes has been seldom examined among bladder cancer patients. Therefore, this study aimed at examining the promoter polymorphic MMP-7 genotypes A-181G and C-153T among Taiwanese bladder cancer patients and evaluate the contribution of the genotyp...


Genomics of drug sensitivity in bladder cancer: an integrated resource for pharmacogenomic analysis in bladder cancer.

Bladder cancer has numerous genomic features that are potentially actionable by targeted agents. Nevertheless, both pre-clinical and clinical research using molecular targeted agents have been very limited in bladder cancer.

Biology of nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer: pathology, genomic implications, and immunology.

Despite that nearly 75% of bladder cancer patients are diagnosed with nonmuscle-invasive disease, our understanding of the biological landscape in bladder cancer is primarily within the context of muscle-invasive bladder cancer. More recent studies addressing the genomic changes and immunology of nonmuscle-invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) have helped to extend our understanding of this prevalent disease.

A multi-institutional study of bladder-preserving therapy for stage II-IV bladder cancer: A Korean Radiation Oncology Group Study (KROG 14-16).

Although radical cystectomy is a standard treatment in muscle-invasive bladder cancer, bladder preservation therapy including transurethral resection of bladder tumor, radiotherapy, and concurrent chemotherapy has been widely adopted, recently. This retrospective analysis was performed to evaluate the survival rates and prognostic factors related to treatment outcomes following bladder-preserving therapy including radiotherapy (RT) in bladder cancer with a curative intent.

RSPO3 promotes the aggressiveness of bladder cancer via Wnt/β-catenin and Hedgehog signaling pathways.

R-Spondin 3 (RSPO3) is a secreted protein that associates directly with Wnt/β-catenin signaling. However, its functional contribution and prognostic value in human bladder cancer remain unclear. Here, we showed that RSPO3 is upregulated in bladder cancer tissues and cells, and high expression of RSPO3 correlates with advanced clinicopathological features, poor prognosis and disease progression in bladder cancer patients. Furthermore, we observed that ectopic expression or knockdown of RSPO3 profoundly prom...

MiR-411 suppresses the development of bladder cancer by regulating ZnT1.

At present, the molecular genetics of the development and progression of bladder cancer are still unclear. In recent years, the pathological relevance and significance of microRNAs (miRNAs) in bladder cancer have attracted increasing attention.

Current concept of transurethral resection of bladder cancer: from re-transurethral resection of bladder cancer to en-bloc resection.

Transurethral resection of bladder cancer (TURB) is the critical step in the management of nonmuscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC). This review presents new improvements in the strategy and technique of TURB as well as in technological developments used for tumour visualization and removal.

Cancer stem cells as a therapeutic target in bladder cancer.

Bladder cancer is one of the most prevalent genitourinary cancers responsible for about 150,000 deaths per year worldwide. Currently, several treatments, such as endoscopic and open surgery, appended by local or systemic immunotherapy, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy are used to treat this malignancy. However, the differences in treatment outcome among patients suffering from bladder cancer are considered as one of the important challenges. In recent years, cancer stem cells, representing a population of und...

Targeting immunotherapy for bladder cancer using anti-CD3× B7-H3 bispecific antibody.

B7-H3 is attractive for cancer immunotherapy with B7-H3 overexpressed tumors. To explore whether B7-H3 is an effective target for patients with bladder cancer, anti-CD3× anti-B7-H3 bispecific antibodies (B7-H3Bi-Ab) was armed with activated T cells (ATC) to kill bladder cancer cells.

Amyloid precursor protein is overexpressed in bladder cancer and contributes to the malignant bladder cancer cell behaviors.

To investigate the expression of amyloid precursor protein in bladder cancer, and to study its role in malignant bladder cancer cell behaviors.

Bladder cancer knowledge in the Lebanese population: When ignorance could be harmful.

According to the latest data of the World Cancer Research Fund International (2012), Lebanon has the second highest age-standardized incidence rate of bladder cancer worldwide, both for "men" and "both-sexes" categories. This study was designed to assess bladder cancer knowledge among the Lebanese population. Between November 2017 and January 2018, a cross-sectional study was directed, including patients and visitors of one of the largest university hospitals in the capital Beirut. A face-to-face questionna...

FAM83H-AS1 is associated with clinical progression and modulates cell proliferation, migration, and invasion in bladder cancer.

FAM83H-AS1, also known as oncogenic long noncoding RNA (lncRNA)-3, is a novel lncRNA that has been suggested to be dysregulated in a variety of human cancers. However, the expression status and function of FAM83H-AS1 in bladder cancer are still unknown. The object of our study is to explore the clinical value of FAM83H-AS1 in patients with bladder cancer and the biological function of FAM83H-AS1 in bladder cancer cells. In our results, the expression of FAM83H-AS1 was obviously elevated in bladder cancer ti...

Circular RNA BCRC-3 suppresses bladder cancer proliferation through miR-182-5p/p27 axis.

Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are a new member of noncoding RNAs (ncRNAs) that have recently been described as key regulators of gene expression. Our previous study had identified the negative correlation between circHIPK3 and bladder cancer grade, invasion, as well as lymph node metastasis. However, the roles of circRNAs in cellular proliferation in bladder cancer remain largely unknown.

Long non-coding RNA HOXA-AS2 promotes the migration, invasion and stemness of bladder cancer via regulating miR-125b/Smad2 axis.

Long non-coding RNA HOXA-AS2 (HOXA cluster antisense RNA 2) has been reported to function as an oncogene in different types of cancers including breast cancer, liver cancer, gastric cancer and colorectal cancer, etc. However, its role in the development and progression of bladder cancer remains unknown. This study aimed to examine the expression of HOXA-AS2 in bladder cancer, to explore its role in the migration, invasion and stemness of bladder cancer cells and to further identify the potential downstream ...

Bladder Cancer Survivorship.

Bladder cancer (BC) is the second most common genitourinary malignancy, with a growing population of survivors globally. Over the past two decades, there has been a growing awareness of not only the oncologic, but also the quality of life ramifications of a BC diagnosis, treatment, and surveillance. In the current review, the literature surrounding the many domains that encompass bladder cancer survivorship is summarized and analyzed.

Downregulation of circular RNA hsa_circ_0000144 inhibits bladder cancer progression via stimulating miR-217 and suppressing RUNX2 expression.

Although increasing aberrantly expressed circular RNAs (circRNAs) have been identified among many human cancer tissues, their roles in tumor progression still remain largely unknown. In bladder cancer, the function of hsa_circ_0000144 has not been reported. In our study, we found hsa_circ_0000144 as a novel oncogene in bladder cancer by bioinformatics analysis. We found that hsa_circ_0000144 expression was significantly upregulated in bladder cancer tissues compared with adjacent normal tissues, and its hig...

Relationship between the genetic expression of WTAP and bladder cancer and patient prognosis.

The relationship between the gene expression of Wilms tumor 1-associated protein (WTAP) and bladder cancer was investigated to study the effect of its expression on patient prognosis. Sixty-two fresh specimens of bladder transitional cell cancer tissues were collected as the bladder cancer group, while 20 normal bladder mucosa specimens comprised the control group. Hematoxylin and eosin staining was conducted to detect the pathological differences between the groups and the immunohistochemistry was used to ...

Comparison of Outcomes in Patients With Muscle-invasive Bladder Cancer Treated With Radical Cystectomy Versus Bladder Preservation.

Radical cystectomy currently remains the standard of care for muscle-invasive bladder cancer. However, surgery can be associated with considerable morbidity and mortality, including the removal of the bladder. An alternative strategy is to preserve the bladder through concurrent chemoradiation following a maximal transurethral resection of the tumor. National protocols using a bladder-preservation approach have demonstrated disease-specific outcomes comparable to radical cystectomy in selected patients, but...

A real-life study on the implementation and effectiveness of exemestane plus everolimus per hospital type in patients with advanced breast cancer. A study of the Southeast Netherlands Advanced Breast Cancer registry.

We aimed to assess the implementation and effectiveness of exemestane plus everolimus treatment per hospital type in real-life, shortly after approval of everolimus.

Drug resistance restricts the efficacy of short term low dose Mitomycin-C treatment in UMUC-3 bladder cancer cells.

Mitomycin-c (MMC) is the most used intravesical adjuvant agent in non-muscle invasive bladder cancer to prevent recurrence. However, a consensus on about appropriate dosage and treatment schedule of MMC is lacking. We, therefore, aimed to evaluate the most appropriate MMC dosage using an in vitro model of high-grade human bladder cancer.

Estimating Minimally Important Differences for the Bladder Cancer Index Using Distribution- and Anchor-Based Approaches.

The Bladder Cancer Index is a validated condition-specific health questionnaire assessing urinary, bowel and sexual function and quality of life among bladder cancer patients. We aimed to establish minimally important difference score thresholds that signal clinical importance.

Overexpression of Indoleamine 2,3-Dioxygenase 1 Promotes Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition by Activation of the IL-6/STAT3/PD-L1 Pathway in Bladder Cancer.

Indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase 1 (IDO1) is a key enzyme in tryptophan metabolism and plays an important role in tumor cell immunosuppression and angiogenesis. The molecular mechanisms of IDO1 and epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) have not been elucidated or studied in bladder cancer. Therefore, the aims of this study were to detect IDO1 expression in bladder cancer tissues and then to investigate the role of IDO1 in bladder cancer cell EMT and malignant phenotypes as well as the underlying molecular mech...

Novel urinary biomarkers for the detection of bladder cancer: A systematic review.

Urinary biomarkers for the diagnosis of bladder cancer represents an area of considerable research which has been tested in both patients presenting with haematuria and non-muscle invasive bladder cancer patients requiring surveillance cystoscopy. In this systematic review, we identify and appraise the diagnostic sensitive and specificity of reported novel biomarkers of different 'omic' class and highlight promising biomarkers investigated to date.


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