FCH domain only 1 (FCHo1), a potential new biomarker for lung cancer

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Park, Sungjin; Lee, Ah Young; Cho, Kyung-Cho; Jung, Jae Hun; Hong, Seong-Ho; Kim, Sanghwa; Kim, Kwang Pyo; Park, Jongsun; Cho, Myung-Haing

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Cancer Gene Therapy, Vol.29 No.7, pp.901-907
© 2021, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature America, Inc.Lung carcinoma is the main reason for cancer-associated deaths in the world. In a previous study, FCH domain only 1 (FCHo1) which is managed by protein kinase B (AKT), was shown to be activated in lung cancer. FCHo1 knockdown has previously been shown to cause cell death in lung cancer. However, the specific roles of FCHo1 in lung carcinoma remain elusive. Herein, we propose that FCHo1s intracellular mechanism targets the G1 to S phase transition, following the M phase. We demonstrated that F-BAR and mu homology domains exist separately in human lung tissues and that one truncated form is not detected in patients with lung cancer. Furthermore, quantitative global proteome analysis of FCHo1 indicated that the inhibition of G1/S phase transition and FCHo1 RNAi led to the death of cells in the G1/S phase. Noninvasive viral aerosol-mediated delivery of FCHo1 shRNA suppressed cancer progression in mice with non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), suggesting that the delivery of FCHo1 shRNA could be a meaningful therapeutic strategy in lung cancer. Additional studies are needed to make clear the detailed mechanism of action of FCHo1.
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