中国普外基础与临床杂志

中国普外基础与临床杂志

胞内氯离子通道蛋白1与结肠癌关系的研究进展

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目的 总结胞内氯离子通道蛋白 1(CLIC1)与结肠癌关系的研究进展。 方法 综述近年来关于 CLIC1 与结肠癌关系研究进展的相关文献并对其进行分析。 结果 CLIC1 可作为氯离子通道发挥其生理功能,在组织中分布广泛,在多种肿瘤组织中高表达。CLIC1 的异常表达可导致多种疾病,其也参与结肠癌的发生、发展、转移、治疗等许多过程。 结论 CLIC1 有望作为结肠癌早期诊断的生物标志物及基因治疗的靶点;对于调控其表达的关键基因、参与结肠癌发生、进展的信号转导具体途径以及与其他相关分子的相互作用等目前仍不清楚,有待更进一步的研究。

Objective To summarize research progress of relationship between chloride intracellular channel protein 1 (CLIC1) and colonic cancer. Method The related literatures in recent years on the relationship between the CLIC1 and the colonic cancer were reviewed and analyzed. Results The CLIC1 could play its physiological function as a chloride ion channel, with a wide tissue distribution and high expression in many tumor tissues. The abnormal expression of CLIC1 could result in many diseases and participate in many processes such as the occurrence, development, metastasis, and treatment of the colonic cancer. Conclusions CLIC1 might be a biomarker for early diagnosis and a target for gene therapy of colonic cancer, key genes regulated its expression, signal transduction pathways involved in occurrence and progression of colonic cancer, and interaction with other related molecules are still unclear, and further study is needed.

关键词: 结肠癌; 胞内氯离子通道蛋白1; 肿瘤转移

Key words: colonic cancer; chloride intracellular channel protein 1; tumor metastasis

引用本文: 喻晶, 周程继, 程龙, 王攀. 胞内氯离子通道蛋白1与结肠癌关系的研究进展. 中国普外基础与临床杂志, 2018, 25(9): 1141-1145. doi: 10.7507/1007-9424.201801114 复制

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