Germline copy number variation in the YTHDC2 gene: does it have a role in finding a novel potential molecular target involved in pancreatic adenocarcinoma susceptibility?
Fanale D, Iovanna JL, Calvo EL, Berthezene P, Belleau P, Dagorn JC, Bronte G, Cicero G, Bazan V, Rolfo C, Santini D, Russo A
The vast majority of pancreatic cancers occurs sporadically. The discovery of frequent variations in germline gene copy number can significantly influence the expression levels of genes that predispose to pancreatic adenocarcinoma. We prospectively investigated whether patients with sporadic pancreatic adenocarcinoma share specific gene copy number variations (CNVs) in their germline DNA.Read the article