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the expansion of the PRAME family occurred in both autosomes and sex chromosomes
PRAME is a downstream factor of SOX17 (show SOX17 ELISA Kits) and LIN28 (show LIN28A ELISA Kits) in regulating pluripotency and suppressing somatic/germ cell differentiation in primordial germ cells, germ cell neoplasia in situ, and seminomas.
In line with its roles in controlling cell growth, RPAME regulates multiple critical cell-growth related genes, including IGF1R (show IGF1R ELISA Kits) oncogene (show RAB1A ELISA Kits). IGF1R (show IGF1R ELISA Kits) up-regulation contributes to increase of cell growth upon the knockdown of PRAME.
This study demonstrates that PRAME functions as a tumor suppressor in breast cancer.
PRAME is an independent prognostic biomarker in Uveal melanoma , which identifies increased metastatic risk in patients with Class 1 or disomy 3 tumors.
Leukemias expressing high levels of PRAME had higher levels of cell death by regulating S100A4 (show S100A4 ELISA Kits)/p53 (show TP53 ELISA Kits) signaling.
Our results suggest that the leukemias expressing high levels of PRAME has favorable prognosis
PRAME expression is considered as a poor prognostic parameter in HL.
PRAME immunoreactivity in myeloid leukemia (show BCL11A ELISA Kits) (ML) of Down syndrome (DS) is largely due to the non-blast components, while PRAME immunoreactivity in blasts of Transient abnormal myelopoiesis (TAM (show CCNA1 ELISA Kits)) is not restricted to cases that progress to ML of DS.
This study shows the prognostic significance of PRAME expression in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma patients treated with R-CHOP (show DDIT3 ELISA Kits) therapy.
results suggested that PRAME was a predictor for better outcome, could be a useful target for immunotherapy, and might represent a candidate marker for the monitoring of minimal residual disease
This gene encodes an antigen that is predominantly expressed in human melanomas and that is recognized by cytolytic T lymphocytes. It is not expressed in normal tissues, except testis. This expression pattern is similar to that of other CT antigens, such as MAGE, BAGE and GAGE. However, unlike these other CT antigens, this gene is also expressed in acute leukemias. Five alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding the same protein have been observed for this gene.
preferentially expressed antigen in melanoma
, Opa-interacting protein OIP4
, cancer/testis antigen 130
, melanoma antigen preferentially expressed in tumors
, opa-interacting protein 4
, preferentially expressed antigen of melanoma