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Elevated Expression of Ox2R in Cervical Cancers and Placentas of Uyghur Women in Xinjiang, China

  • Taximaimaiti, Reyisha (Seven-year Clinical Medicine of Class 2) ;
  • Abuliken, Xiekelai (Seven-year Clinical Medicine of Class 2) ;
  • Maihemuti, Muzhapaer (Seven-year Clinical Medicine of Class 2) ;
  • Abudujilile, Dilinuer (Seven-year Clinical Medicine of Class 2) ;
  • Abudulimu, Haimiti (Department of Histology and Embryology, Xinjiang Medical University)
  • Published : 2016.11.01

Abstract

Objective:Cervical cancer is one of the major causes of mortality of Uyghur women in Xinjiang, China. Although increased expression of orexin receptor (OxR), known to be strongly expressed in human placenta, has a proven relation to some cancers, there have been few studies of cervical cancer. Thus, we explored this question by evaluating the expression of orexin receptor as a biomarker for screening early stage of cervical cancer in Uyghur women with highest occurrence rate of cervical cancer in China. Study Design: We used polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and immunohistochemical staining to determine the expression of both Ox1R and Ox2R in cervical cancer and cervicitis biopsies collected from Uyghur women infected with human papilloma virus (HPV)16. The expression rate was compared between cervical cancers of low, intermediate and high differentiation and cervicitis. Results:Although there was no significant difference in the expression rate of Ox1R between groups, Ox2R was significantly overexpressed in cervical cancer patients when compared to the cervicitis group. Ox1R was negative in normal human placenta while Ox2R was positive. Conclusions: While expression of Ox1R had no correlation with invasion or metastatic potential, Ox2R demonstrated elevation in cervical cancer with heterogeneity in groups with different metastatic potential, in the human placenta as well, implying that it might serve as an indicator of invasive capacity along with other indices.

Keywords

Ox1R;Ox2R;cervical cancer;HPV16;human placenta

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Xinjiang Medical University

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