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Cyclin D1 Gene G870A Variants and Primary Brain Tumors

  • Zeybek, Umit (Department of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Istanbul University) ;
  • Yaylim, Ilhan (Department of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Istanbul University) ;
  • Ozkan, Nazli Ezgi (Department of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Istanbul University) ;
  • Korkmaz, Gurbet (Department of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Istanbul University) ;
  • Turan, Saime (Department of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Istanbul University) ;
  • Kafadar, Didem (Department of Neurosurgery, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty, Istanbul University) ;
  • Cacina, Canan (Department of Neurosurgery, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty, Istanbul University) ;
  • Kafadar, Ali Metin (Department of Neurosurgery, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty, Istanbul University)
  • Published : 2013.07.30

Abstract

Alterations of cyclin D1, one of the main regulators of the cell cycle, are known to be involved in various cancers. The CCDN1 G870A polymorphism causes production of a truncated variant with a shorter half-life and thus thought to impact the regulatory effect of CCDN1. The aim of the present study was to contribute to existing results to help to determine the prognostic value of this specific gene variant and evaluate the role of CCDN1 G870A polymorphism in brain cancer susceptibility. A Turkish study group including 99 patients with primary brain tumors and 155 healthy controls were examined. Genotypes were determined by polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis. The CCDN1 genotype frequencies in meningioma, glioma and control cases were not significantly different (p>0.05). No significant association was detected according to clinical parameters or tumor characteristics; however, a higher frequency of AG genotype was recorded within patients with astrocytic or oligoastrocytic tumors. A significant association between AG genotype and gliobilastoma multiforme (GBM) was recorded within the patients with glial tumors (p value=0.048 OR: 1.87 CI% 1.010-3.463). According to tumor characteristics, no statistically significant difference was detected within astrocytic, oligoasltrocytic tumors and oligodentrioglias. However, patients with astrocytic astrocytic or oligoastrocytic tumors showed a higher frequency of AG genotype (50%) when compared to those with oligodendrioglial tumors (27.3%). Our results indicate a possible relation between GBM formation and CCDN1 genotype.

Keywords

CCND1;glioma;meningioma;risk

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