Hemopoietic Cell Kinase amplification with Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase Receptor T depletion leads to polycythemia, aberrant marrow erythoid maturation, and splenomegaly
Matthew Ku, Ruth N MacKinnon, Meaghan Wall, Nisha Narayan, Carl Walkley, Heung-Chin Cheng, Lynda J Campbell, Louise E Purton, Harshal Nandurkar
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2019
Deletion of long arm of chromosome 20 [del(20q)] is the second most frequent recurrent chromosomal abnormality in hematological malignancies. It is detected in 10% of myeloproliferative neoplasms, 4-5% of myelodysplastic syndromes, and 1-2% of acute myeloid leukaemia. Recurrent, non-random occurrence of del(20q) indicates that it is a pathogenic driver in myeloid malignancies. Genetic mapping of patient samples has identified two regions of interest on 20q - the "Common Deleted Region" (CDR) and "Common Retained Region" (CRR), which was often amplified. We proposed that the CDR contained tumor suppressor gene(s) (TSG) and the CRR harbored oncogene(s); loss of a TSG together with over-express..View full abstract
The authors would like to thank SVH BioResources Centre for care of experimental animals. This work was supported in part by the Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support Program (to St. Vincent's Institute). L. E. P. was a National Health and Medical Research Council Senior Research Fellow. C. W. was a Leukaemia Foundation Senior Research Fellow. H. N. and L. C. received funding from the Leukaemia Foundation and Cancer Council of Victoria. M. W. received a Victorian Cancer Agency Fellowship.