GOAT ANTI MOUSE IgG2b Alk. Phos.

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known as: GOAT ANTI MOUSE IgG2b Alk. Phos.
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Gene target: igg2b alk phos

Related genes to: GOAT ANTI MOUSE IgG2b Alk. Phos.

Symbol : Alk NIH gene
chromosome : Un
description : anaplastic lymphoma receptor tyrosine kinase
type of gene : protein-coding
Other designations : ALK tyrosine kinase receptor
Modification date : 2016-02-20
Symbol : IGG2B NIH gene
Synonyms : IgG
description : Ig gamma 2b chain constant region
type of gene : other
Modification date : 2015-11-15
Symbol : phoS NIH gene
LocusTag : YE4201
Synonyms : pstS
description : phosphate ABC transporter substrate-binding protein
type of gene : protein-coding
Modification date : 2015-06-26

Related Pathways to: GOAT ANTI MOUSE IgG2b Alk. Phos.

Gene about :ALK
Pathway :Hs Differentiation Pathway
ALK

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Clinicopathological characteristics of ROS1- and RET-rearranged NSCLC in caucasian patients. Data from a cohort of 713 non-squamous NSCLC lacking KRAS/EGFR/HER2/BRAF/PIK3CA/ALK alterations.

Targeted therapies have substantially changed the management of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients with driver oncogenes. Given the high frequency, EGFR and ALK aberrations were the first to be detected and paved the way for tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) treatments. Other kinases such as ROS1 and more recently RET have emerged as promising targets, and ROS1 and RET TKIs are already available for precision medicine.We screened a large cohort of 713 Caucasian non-squamous NSCLC patients lacking EGFR/KRAS/BRAF/HER2/PI3KCA/ALK aberrations for ROS1 and RET rearrangements using fluorescence in situ hybridization to determine the frequency and clinicopathological characteristics of ROS1- and RET-positive patients.Frequencies of ROS1 and RET rearrangements were 2.1% and 2.52%, respectively. Contrary to common belief, both ROS1 and RET rearrangements were detected in patients with a history of smoking, and the RET-positive patients were not younger than the negative patients. Moreover, RET but not ROS1 rearrangement was associated with the female gender. Nearly half of the ROS1-rearranged patients were successfully treated with ROS1 TKIs. In contrast, only 5/18 RET-positive patients received off-label RET TKIs. Two patients had stable disease, and three experienced disease progression. In addition to the 18 RET-positive cases, 10 showed isolated 5' signals. The clinical relevance is unknown but if the frequency is confirmed by other groups, the question whether these patients are eligible to TKIs will arise. More potent RET TKIs are under development and may improve the response rate in RET-positive patients. Therefore, we recommend the routine implementation of RET testing in non-squamous NSCLC patients, including those with a history of smoking. - Source :PubMed

Meta-analysis of incidence and risk of severe adverse events and fatal adverse events with crizotinib monotherapy in patients with ALK-positive NSCLC.

Numerous clinical trials show crizotinib has promising efficacy for anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) positive non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients which trigger the substitution of traditional chemotherapy to be the current standard first-line treatment for these patients. Conversely, few reports systematically analyze toxicity of crizotinib. Hence, we performed a first meta-analysis to determine the risk of crizotinib-related severe adverse events (SAEs) and fatal adverse events (FAEs) in ALK positive NSCLC patients. - Source :PubMed

A Phos-tag-based micropipette-tip method for rapid and selective enrichment of phosphopeptides.

Phosphorylated peptides are attractive targets in the study of the phosphoproteome. Here, we introduce a simple and convenient micropipette-tip method for the separation of phosphorylated and nonphosphorylated peptides by using a phosphate-binding zinc(II) complex of 1,3-bis(pyridin-2-ylmethylamino)propan-2-olate (Phos-tag). A 200-μL micropipette tip containing 10 μL of swollen agarose beads functionalized with Phos-tag moieties was prepared. All steps in the phosphate-affinity separation (binding, washing, and elution) were conducted by using aqueous buffers at neutral pH values. The entire separation protocol required less than 30 min per sample. By means of three independent separation experiments, followed by mass spectrometric (MS) analyses, we identified 1,649 non-redundant phosphopeptides from the lysates of human embryonic kidney cells (the peptides sample derived from 25 μg proteins per an MS analysis). The average ratio of identified phosphopeptides to total peptides in the respective experiments was >90%, showing a high selectivity. Furthermore, the high correlation between the triplicate analyses was confirmed by scatter plots based on the normalized abundance of each peptide, as calculated by a label-free peptide relative quantification analysis in Progenesis QI. This micropipette-tip method would be thus used preferentially as an alternative to existing tools for the reliable enrichment of phosphopeptides. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. - Source :PubMed

Phosphoproteomic profiling reveals ALK and MET as novel actionable targets across synovial sarcoma subtypes.

Despite intensive multi-modal treatment of sarcomas, a heterogeneous group of malignant tumors arising from connective tissue, survival remains poor. Candidate-based targeted treatments have demonstrated limited clinical success, urging an unbiased and comprehensive analysis of oncogenic signaling networks to reveal therapeutic targets and personalized treatment strategies. Here we applied mass spectrometry-based phosphoproteomic profiling to the largest and most heterogeneous set of sarcoma cell lines characterized to date and identified novel tyrosine phosphorylation patterns, enhanced tyrosine kinases in specific subtypes, and potential driver kinases. ALK was identified as a novel driver in the Aska-SS synovial sarcoma (SS) cell line via expression of an ALK variant with a large extracellular domain deletion (ALK(Δ2-17)). Functional ALK dependency was confirmed in vitro and in vivo with selective inhibitors. Importantly, ALK immunopositivity was detected in 6/43 (14%) of SS patient specimens, one of which exhibited an ALK rearrangement. High PDGFRα phosphorylation also characterized SS cell lines, which was accompanied by enhanced MET activation in Yamato-SS cells. Although Yamato-SS cells were sensitive to crizotinib (ALK/MET-inhibitor) but not pazopanib (VEGFR/PDGFR-inhibitor) monotherapy in vitro, synergistic effects were observed upon drug combination. In vivo, both drugs were individually effective, with pazopanib efficacy likely attributable to reduced angiogenesis. MET or PDGFRα expression was detected in 58% and 84% of SS patients, respectively, with co-expression in 56%. Consequently, our integrated approach has led to the identification of ALK and MET as promising therapeutic targets in SS. - Source :PubMed

Complete remission of intrathecal metastases with lorlatinib therapy in a heavily pretreated ALK-positive lung cancer patient.

Patients with lung cancer who show EML4-ALK translocation are routinely treated with ALK tyrosine kinase inhibitors, although in the majority of cases, these patients develop resistance over time. The central nervous system is a common of site of recurrence in this population, which calls for next-generation drugs that can penetrate into the brain and achieve clinically meaningful central nervous system activity. Here, I report the case of a female patient diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the lung in 2005, at the age of 46 years, who underwent lobectomy and then experienced a series of progression episodes 6 years later. Local recurrence was managed by chemotherapy and crizotinib after the patient was included in a named patient use programme in 2012. Over the following years, the patient repeatedly developed lesions at different sites in the brain and spinal cord. Partial remission was obtained twice with local irradiation. When the next-generation ALK tyrosine kinase inhibitors became available, her treatment was switched to brigatinib, which again induced partial remission. Another episode of intrathecal progression prompted the prescription of the third-generation ALK tyrosine kinase inhibitor lorlatinib. This treatment has resulted in complete remission in the patient. - Source :PubMed

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