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|ชื่อโครงการวิจัย/ชื่อเรื่อง||Elevated HPV16 E1 Expression is Associated with Cervical Cancer Progression|
|เจ้าของผลงานร่วม||Parvapan Bhattarakosol, Arkom Chaiwongkot|
|คำสำคัญ||HPV, Cervical Cancer, E1|
|คำอธิบาย||OBJECTIVES: The primary replication protein, HPV E1, has been shown to play a role in mitigating host defence and disrupting normal cell cycle processes, leading to the development of cancer. This study investigated the expression profile of HPV16 E1 in various stages of cervical cancer development and the factors that control E1 expression. METHODS: One hundred and twenty-four HPV16-positive cervical samples ranging from normal to CIN 1, CIN 2/3, and SCC lesions were studied. E1 mRNA expression was determined by ddPCR. Methylation of promoters p97 and p670 was quantified by pyrosequencing, while PCR, qPCR, and sequencing were used to determine the physical state and variations of the HPV16 E1 genome. RESULTS: Increased E1 mRNA expression related to disease progression (normal 0.18, CIN 1 0.41, CIN 2/3 0.65, and SCC 0.79) was demonstrated with a significant positive correlation (r = 0.661, p = 0.019). No association between physical state and E1 expression was found. Methylation of p97 and p670 promoters showed significant elevation in SCC compared to normal samples. Only 4.2% showed genomic variations of HPV16 E1 63-bp duplication. CONCLUSION: E1 may play a role in cancer development. The detection of E1 mRNA and promoter methylation may be useful as cancer prognostic markers.|
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