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The Wnt/ß-catenin-signaling pathway is modulated by androgen ablation therapy for advanced clinical prostate cancer and contributes to androgen independent cell growth

Identifiers: SRA: SRP026387
BioProject: PRJNA209978
GEO: GSE48403
Study Type: 
Transcriptome Analysis
Submission: SRA091785
Abstract: Androgen ablation therapy (AAT) is standard treatment for locally-advanced/metastatic prostate cancer (PCa). Many patients develop castration-resistance (CRPCa) after ~2-3 years, with a poor prognosis. The molecular mechanisms underlying CRPCa progression are unclear. mRNA-Seq was performed on tumours from 7 patients with locally-advanced/metastatic PCa before and ~22 weeks after AAT initiation. Differentially regulated genes were identified in treatment pairs. Overall design: Tumour biopsies from 7 patients were taken before and after AAT treatment
Center Project: GSE48403
External Link: /pubmed:24054872

Related SRA data

Experiments:
14
Runs:
14 (67.0Gbp; 41.1Gb)