SRD (CHD5) Deletion
The 1p36 region is frequently deleted in a broad range of human cancers1.
The Chromodomain Helicase DNA binding domain 5 (CHD5) gene acts as a tumour suppressor at 1p36.31 and is frequently deleted in human gliomas1, leukaemias/lymphomas2 and neuroblastomas3. Deletion of the short arm of chromosome 1 is one of the most characteristic genetic changes in neuroblastoma, a tumour of the sympathetic nervous system. This is the most common childhood solid extracranial tumour, accounting for around 8%-10% of childhood cancers and 15% of childhood cancer deaths4. The CHD5 gene has been characterised as the lead tumour suppressor candidate from the 1p36 smallest region of consistent deletion (SRD) region in neuroblastoma5.
1. Bagchi, Mills Canc Res 2008;68(8):2551-6
2. Maser et al., Nature 2007;447:966-71
3. Okawa et al., Oncogene 2008;27:803-10
4. Broudeur and Maris, Neuroblastoma in Principles and Practice of Pediatric Oncology. 5th Ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott: 933-970, 2006
5. Fujita et al., J Natl Cancer Inst 2008;100:940-9
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- Lymphoma, Breast Cancer, Neuroblastoma, Glioma, Gallbladder Cancer, Gastric Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Laryngeal, Lung Cancer, Prostate Cancer
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