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    Title: FSCN1 gene polymorphisms: biomarkers for the development and progression of breast cancer.
    Authors: Wan, Chao-Qun;Wang, Chao-Qun;湯智昕;Tang, Chih-Hsin;Wang, Yan;Jin, Lulu;Wang, Qian;Li, Xiaoni;Hu, Gui-Nv;Huang, Bi-Fei;Zh, Yong-Ming;Zhao, Yong-Ming;Su, Chen-Ming
    Contributors: 生物科技學系
    Date: 2017-11
    Issue Date: 2018-04-03 09:14:15 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Breast cancer is a major cause of cancer mortality worldwide. Fascin-1 (FSCN1) is an actin-binding
    protein found in mammalian cells, including endothelial, neuronal and mesenchymal cells. FSCN1
    overexpression has been indicated in breast cancer patients. However, scant information is available
    regarding the association between FSCN1 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and the risk
    or prognosis of breast cancer. We report on the association between 6 SNPs of the FSCN1 gene
    (rs56156320, rs8772, rs3801004, rs2966447, rs852479 and rs1640233) and breast cancer susceptibility
    as well as clinical outcomes in 316 patients with breast cancer and in 222 healthy controls. Carriers of
    the AC or AC+CC allele of the variant rs56156320 were at greater risk of breast cancer compared with
    wild-type (AA) carriers. Moreover, carriers of at least one G allele in rs3801004 were likely to progress
    to stage III/IV disease and lymph node metastasis. Individuals with at least one T allele at FSCN1 SNP
    rs2966447 were at higher risk of developing pathologic grade G3 disease. Furthermore, individuals
    bearing the C/C haplotype at SNPs rs56156320 and rs3801004 had nearly twice the risk of breast cancer.
    Our results indicate that genetic variations in the FSCN1 gene may serve as an important predictor of
    early-stage breast cancer.
    Relation: Scientific Reports
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