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|Title:||The role of glycosyltransferase enzyme GCNT3 in colon and ovarian cancer prognosis and chemoresistance.|
|Citation:||Sci Rep.2018 May;(8)1:8485|
|Abstract:||Glycosyltransferase enzyme GCNT3, has been proposed as a biomarker for prognosis in colorectal cancer (CRC). Our study goes in depth into the molecular basis of GCNT3 role in tumorigenesis and drug resistance, and it explores its potential role as biomarker in epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC). High levels of GCNT3 are associated with increased sensibility to 5-fluoracil in metastatic cells. Accordingly, GCNT3 re-expression leads to the gain of anti-carcinogenic cellular properties by reducing cell growth, invasion and by changing metabolic capacities. Integrated transcriptomic and proteomic analyses reveal that GCNT3 is linked to cellular cycle, mitosis and proliferation, response to drugs and metabolism pathways. The vascular epithelial growth factor A (VEGFA) arises as an attractive partner of GCNT3 functions in cell invasion and resistance. Finally, GCNT3 expression was analyzed in a cohort of 56 EOC patients followed by a meta-analysis of more than one thousand patients. This study reveals that GCNT3 might constitute a prognostic factor also in EOC, since its overexpression is associated with better clinical outcome and response to initial therapy. GCNT3 emerges as an essential glycosylation-related molecule in CRC and EOC progression, with potential interest as a predictive biomarker of response to chemotherapy.|
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