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    Prostate cancer, the second most common cancer found in male over the world, was estimated to have 191,930 new cases and 33,330 deaths in 2020 in the United States. Prostate cancer is very common in male, about 12.1% of men will acquire this cancer in their lifetime, and a higher risk was reported in older men and African American men. Gene deregulations have been found to be extensively associated with cancer development. To gain further insight into how gene deregulation affects prostate cancer, we analysed three gene profiling datasets of prostate cancer from Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) applying bioinformatic tools in our study. Firstly, we identified common differently expressed genes (DEGs) shared by the three gene profiling datasets, constructed protein-protein interaction network and determined top 10 hub genes. Further DEGs validation in TCGA and Human Protein Atlas Database identified AMACR as the core gene. We then analysed the role of AMACR in prostate cancer cell lines and found that AMACR-knockdown resulted in the decreased cell proliferation and increased apoptosis. These results suggest an oncogenic role of AMACR in prostate cancer, and it could be a potential biomarker for the diagnosis of prostate cancer. © 2021 Wiley-VCH GmbH.

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    Ping Fu, Chunying Bu, Bin Cui, Na Li, Jifeng Wu. Screening of differentially expressed genes and identification of AMACR as a prognostic marker in prostate cancer. Andrologia. 2021 Apr 16:e14067


    PMID: 33861880

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