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      Expresión de mucinas: MUC1, MUC2, MUC5AC, MUC6, HGM y CD10 en carcinomas gástricos y lesiones pre-neoplasicas adyacentes Translated title: MUCIN EXPRESSION: MUC1, MUC2, MUC5AC, MUC6, HGM AND CD10 IN GASTRIC CARCINOMAS AND ADJACENT PRE-NEOPLASTIC LESIONS

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          Introducción: Las mucinas son glicoproteínas y desempeñan funciones biológicas. Diversas anormalidades genéticas y epgenéticas han sido descritas en el cáncer gástrico. El objetivo de la investigación fue observar la inmuno-expresión de mucinas en cánceres difusos e intestinales y las lesiones pre-neoplásicas limítrofes. Métodos: Se evaluaron 18 cánceres difusos (56.3%) y 14 intestinales (43.7%) y las lesiones precursoras adyacentes al cáncer gástrico. Se realizó inmunohistoquímica para los siguientes marcadores: MUC-1, MUC-2, MUC5-AC, MUC-6, HGM y CD10. Resultados: La inmune-expresiones fue: MUC-1 (54.5%), de los cánceres intestinales y (45.5%) de los cánceres difusos. MUC-2 (50%) de los cánceres difusos y (50%) de los cánceres del tipo intestinal. MUC-5AC (39.3%) del tipo difuso (60.7%) del tipo intestinal. HGM (37.5%) del tipo intestinal y (62.5%) del tipo difuso. MUC-6 (57.9%) del tipo difuso (42.1%) los del tipo intestinal. CD10 (55.6%) del tipo intestinal, y (44.4%) en los difusos.En las lesiones pre- cursoras adyacentes al cáncer gástrico la MUC-1 se inmunoexpresa en metaplasia intestinal (9.7%). MUC-2 (83.9%) en metaplasia intestinal. MUC5-AC (90,6%) en foveolas MUC-6 (100%) positiva en glándulas. CD10 (54.8%) positiva en metaplasia intestinal.HGM (75%) en foveolas y el (64.5%) en metaplasia intestinal. MUC-6 (100%) en glándulas profundas y (64,5%) en metaplasia intestinal. Las dis- plasias expresaron MUC-2 y MUC-5AC, en el 80% y 100% respectivamente. Conclusiones: La inmunotipificación del cáncer gástrico permitirá una clasificación más exacta de los tumores asi como la identificación de posibles dianas terapéuticas y su relación con factores genético y epigeneticos.

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          Introduction: Mucins are glycoproteins and has diverse biological roles. Epi-genetic abnormalities have been described in gastric cancer. The aim of the research was evaluate immunoexpression of mucins in diffuse and intestinal cancers and pre-neoplastic lesions. Methods: We evaluated 18 diffuse cancers (56.3%) and 14 intestinal (43.7%) and adjacent precursor lesions to gastric cancer immunohistochemical markers used was MUC-1, MUC-2-AC MUC5, MUC-6, and CD10 HGM. Results: The immuno-expression was: MUC-1 (54.5%), and intestinal cancers (45.5%) diffuse cancers. MUC-2 (50%) and diffuse cancers (50%) of cancers of the intestinal type. MUC-5AC (39.3%) diffuse type (60.7%) of intestinal type.HGM (37.5%) intestinal type (62.5%) in diffuse type. MUC-6 (57.9%) diffuse type (42.1%) in the intestinal type. CD10 (55.6%) in intestinal type, and (44.4%) in the diffuse type In adjacent precursor lesions to gastric cancer we observed MUC-1 in intestinal metaplasia (9.7%). MUC-2 (83.9%) in intestinal metaplasia. MUC5-AC (90.6%) in foveolasMUC-6 (100%) positive glands. CD10 (54.8%) positive in intestinal.HGM metaplasia(75%) and in foveolae (64.5%) in metaplasia intestinal. MUC-6 (100%) deep glands (64.5%) in metaplasia.intestinal. Dys- plasias expressed MUC-2 and MUC-5AC, 80% and 100% respectively. Conclusions: The gastric cancer immunotyping allow more accurate classification of tumors and the identification of potential therapeutic targets and its relationship with genetic and epigenetic factors.

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                Sociedad Venezolana de Gastroentereología
                2477-975X
                September 2015
                : 69
                : 3
                : 64-70
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Anatomopatólogo del Centro Control de Cáncer Gastrointestinal. Dr. Luis Anderson
                [2 ] Biólogo del Centro Control de Cáncer Gastrointestinal. Dr. Luis Anderson
                [3 ] Gastroenterólogo del Hospital San Giovanni di Dio di Fondi Italia
                [4 ] Gastroenterólogo adjunto del Centro Control de Cáncer Gastrointestinal. Dr. Luis Anderson.
                [5 ] Gastroenterólogo. Director del Centro Control de Cáncer Gastrointestinal Dr. Luis Anderson.
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                S0016-35032015000300003
                2a86a726-2f52-4310-a150-82d8f6da3446

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                carcinoma gástrico,difuso,intestinal,metaplasia intestinal,displasia,inmune-expresión,mucina,gastric cancer,diffuse,instestinal metaplasia,dysplasia,mucin expression

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