Identification of STAB1 in Multiple Datasets as a Prognostic Factor for Cytogenetically Normal AML: Mechanism and Drug Indications
Molecular Therapy - Nucleic Acids , Volume 18, pp 476-484; doi:10.1016/j.omtn.2019.09.014
Abstract: Cytogenetically normal acute myeloid leukemia (CN-AML) presents with diverse outcomes in different patients and is categorized as an intermediate prognosis group. It is important to identify prognostic factors for CN-AML risk stratification. In this study, using the TCGA CN-AML dataset, we found that the scavenger receptor stabilin-1 (STAB1) is a prognostic factor for poor outcomes and validated it in three other independent CN-AML datasets. The high STAB1 expression (STAB1high) group had shorter event-free survival compared with the low STAB1 expression (STAB1low) group in both the TCGA dataset (n = 79; p = 0.0478) and GEO: GSE6891 dataset (n = 187; p = 0.0354). Differential expression analysis between the STAB1high and STAB1low groups revealed that upregulated genes in the STAB1high group were enriched in pathways related to cell adhesion and migration and immune responses. We confirmed that STAB1 suppression inhibits cell growth in KG1a and NB4 leukemia cells. Expression correlation analyses between STAB1 and cancer drug targets suggested that patients in the STAB1low group are more sensitive to the BCL2 inhibitor venetoclax, and we confirmed it in cell lines. In conclusion, we identified STAB1 as a prognostic factor for CN-AML in multiple datasets, explored its underlying mechanism, and provided potential therapeutic indications.
Keywords: cytogenetically normal acute myeloid leukemia; STAB1; prognostic factor; therapeutic indications
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