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    Receptor Tyrosine Kinases (RTK) are an important family involved in numerous signaling pathways essential for proliferation, cell survival, transcription or cell-cycle regulation. Their role and involvement in cancer cell survival have been widely described in the literature, and are generally associated with overexpression and/or excessive activity in the cancer pathology. Because of these characteristics, RTKs are relevant targets in the fight against cancer. In the last decade, increasingly numerous works describe the role of RTK signaling in the modulation of DNA repair, thus providing evidence of the relationship between RTKs and the protein actors in the repair pathways. In this review, we propose a summary of RTKs described as potential modulators of double-stranded DNA repair pathways in order to put forward new lines of research aimed at the implementation of new therapeutic strategies targeting both DNA repair pathways and RTK-mediated signaling pathways. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


    Thomas Chabot, Yvonnick Cheraud, Fabrice Fleury. Relationships between DNA repair and RTK-mediated signaling pathways. Biochimica et biophysica acta. Reviews on cancer. 2021 Jan;1875(1):188495

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    PMID: 33346130

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