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EGF decreases the abundance of microRNAs that restrain oncogenic transription factors

ABSTRACT: Epidermal growth factor (EGF) stimulates cells by launching gene expression programs that are frequently deregulated in cancer. MicroRNAs, which attenuate gene expression by binding complementary regions in messenger RNAs, are broadly implicated in cancer. Using genome-wide approaches, we showed that EGF stimulation initiates a coordinated transcriptional program of microRNAs and transcription factors. The earliest event involved a decrease in the abundance of a subset of 23 microRNAs. This step permitted rapid induction of oncogenic transcription factors, such as c-FOS, encoded by immediate early genes. In line with roles as suppressors of EGF receptor (EGFR) signaling, we report that the abundance of this early subset of microRNAs is decreased in breast and in brain tumors driven by the EGFR or the closely related HER2. These findings identify specific microRNAs as attenuators of growth factor signaling and oncogenesis 24 conditions: time course of 8 hours of HeLa and MCF10A cells after EGF or SERUM stimulation

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Yosef Yarden   Roi Avraham  roi avraham 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-40626 | ArrayExpress | 2012-09-06



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