Nature International Weekly Journal of Science (2017) - doi:10.1038/nature22798
A mechanistic rationale for the ability of BAP1 to regulate gene-environment interaction in human carcinogenesis
A Review of our Projects, Publications, and Discoveries
Journal of Thoracic Oncology, December 24, 2016
There is concern that a proportion of MM diagnoses in China may be incorrect because most Chinese physicians do not have experience diagnosing this rare cancer. We recently reported an unusual high incidence of peritoneal MM among Eastern Chinese female patients. Here, we review the accuracy of MM diagnoses in China and provide suggestions to improve the accuracy of diagnosis.
Association of Asbestos Exposure With Malignant Mesothelioma Incidence in Eastern China
The reported incidence of malignant mesothelioma (MM) in China is 1.5 cases per million population, much lower than in other countries. In China, the prevalence of MM in different regions is unknown, and only 15% of MMs have been associated with asbestos exposure compared with more than 70% in most of the world
High-density array-CGH with targeted NGS unmask multiple noncontiguous minute deletions on chromosome 3p21 in mesothelioma
We found that gene mutations/deletions are frequent in mesothelioma and occur through a variety of DNA alterations. We identified genes implicated in malignant mesothelioma: SETD2, SMARCC1, PBRM1.