Cystic fibrosis (CF), is due to CF transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) loss of function, and is associated with comorbidities. The increasing longevity of CF patients has been associated with increased cancer risk besides the other known comorbidities. The significant heterogeneity among patients, suggests potential epigenetic regulation. Little attention has been given to how CFTR influences microRNA (miRNA) expression and how this may impact on biological processes and pathways.

MicroRNA global profiling in cystic fibrosis cell lines reveals dysregulated pathways related with inflammation, cancer, growth, glucose and lipid metabolism, and fertility: an exploratory study / Catellani, Cecilia; Cirillo, Francesca; Graziano, Sara; Montanini, Luisa; Marmiroli, Nelson; Gullì, Mariolina; Street, Maria Elisabeth. - In: ACTA BIOMEDICA. - ISSN 2531-6745. - 93:3(2022), pp. e2022133-N/A. [10.23750/abm.v93i3.12842]

MicroRNA global profiling in cystic fibrosis cell lines reveals dysregulated pathways related with inflammation, cancer, growth, glucose and lipid metabolism, and fertility: an exploratory study

Catellani, Cecilia;
2022

Abstract

Cystic fibrosis (CF), is due to CF transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) loss of function, and is associated with comorbidities. The increasing longevity of CF patients has been associated with increased cancer risk besides the other known comorbidities. The significant heterogeneity among patients, suggests potential epigenetic regulation. Little attention has been given to how CFTR influences microRNA (miRNA) expression and how this may impact on biological processes and pathways.
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MicroRNA global profiling in cystic fibrosis cell lines reveals dysregulated pathways related with inflammation, cancer, growth, glucose and lipid metabolism, and fertility: an exploratory study / Catellani, Cecilia; Cirillo, Francesca; Graziano, Sara; Montanini, Luisa; Marmiroli, Nelson; Gullì, Mariolina; Street, Maria Elisabeth. - In: ACTA BIOMEDICA. - ISSN 2531-6745. - 93:3(2022), pp. e2022133-N/A. [10.23750/abm.v93i3.12842]
Catellani, Cecilia; Cirillo, Francesca; Graziano, Sara; Montanini, Luisa; Marmiroli, Nelson; Gullì, Mariolina; Street, Maria Elisabeth
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