FOXF1

FOXF1

A gene on chromosome 16q24 that encodes a member of the forkhead family of transcription factors, which may play a role in embryonic development and in regulating lung-specific genes.
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(2015), siliyopati ile iliskili 25 aday genin hedefe yonelik YND ile yaptiklari calismada, 4 olguda ZIC3 geninde, 1 olguda ise FOXF1 geninde mutasyon saptamistir.
determined that ARPC2 was regulated by Forkhead box F1 (FOXF1) and might be involved in cell growth of lung fibroblasts [12].
Recently FOXF1 abnormalities were detected in up to 70% of ACD/MPV cases; however, the exact mechanism through which these genetic abnormalities lead to ACD/MPV is yet to be elucidated [5].
All ACD/MPV patients were tested for mutation in FOXF1 and 4 were tested for rearrangements at 16q24 locus.
Petrou et al., "Expression of bmi1, FoxF1, nanog, and y-catenin in relation to hedgehog signaling pathway in human non-small-cell lung cancer," Lung, vol.
(62) Recently, it was reported that the activities of CAFs in lung cancer are regulated by Forkhead Box F1 (FoxF1), (63) a member of the FOX transcription factor family.
These examples of honeycomb lung show distinct epithelial expression of FoxF1 and SSH proteins, gene products that have a role in lung development.
FOXF1 FOXF1 has high expression in normal prostate and its expression decreases in prostate cancer (39).
The p53-p21WAF1 checkpoint pathway plays a protective role in preventing DNA replication induced by abrogation of FOXF1 function.
(12) Recientemente, se han identificado microdelecciones del grupo de genes FOX en 16q24.1, que consta de cuatro genes, FOXF1, MTHFSD FOXC2, y FOXL1, como causantes de un fenotipo parecido a la asociacion VACTERL, con anomalias vertebrales, atresias gastrointestinal (esofago, duodeno o ano), cardiopatias congenitas y malformaciones del tracto urinario, asi como una rara anomalia letal de desarrollo del pulmon, la displasia capilar alveolar.
The disease that usually kills the infants born with it within the first month of life results from deletions or mutations in the FOXF1 transcription factor gene, said a consortium of researchers led by Baylor College of Medicine (www.bcm.edu) in a report that appears in the American Journal of Human Genetics.