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Identification of the familial cylindromatosis tumour-suppressor gene

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Christopher Jones, Dr Niamh Leonard, Pamela Chapman, Professor Sir John Burn

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Abstract

Familial cylindromatosis is an autosomal dominant genetic predisposition to multiple tumours of the skin appendages. The susceptibility gene (CYLD) has previously been localized to chromosome 16q and has the genetic attributes of a tumour-suppressor gene (recessive oncogene). Here we have identified CYLD by detecting germline mutations in 21 cylindromatosis families and somatic mutations in 1 sporadic and 5 familial cylindromas. All mutations predict truncation or absence of the encoded protein. CYLD encodes three cytoskeletal-associated-protein-glycine-conserved (CAP-GLY) domains, which are found in proteins that coordinate the attachment of organelles to microtubules. CYLD also has sequence homology to the catalytic domain of ubiquitin carboxy-terminal hydrolases (UCH).


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Author(s): Bignell GR, Warren W, Seal S, Takahashi M, Rapley E, Barfoot R, Green H, Brown C, Biggs PJ, Lakhani SR, Jones C, Hansen J, Blair E, Hofmann B, Siebert R, Turner G, Gareth Evans D, Schrander-Stumpel C, Beemer FA, Van Den Ouweland A, Halley D, Delpech B, Cleveland MG, Leigh I, Leisti J, Rasmussen S, Wallace MR, Fenske C, Banerjee P, Oiso N, Chaggar R, Merrett S, Leonard N, Huber M, Hohl D, Chapman P, Burn J, Swift S, Smith A, Ashworth A, Stratton MR

Publication type: Article

Publication status: Published

Journal: Nature Genetics

Year: 2000

Volume: 25

Issue: 2

Pages: 160-165

ISSN (print): 1061-4036

ISSN (electronic): 1546-1718

Publisher: Nature Publishing Group

URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/76006

DOI: 10.1038/76006

PubMed id: 10835629


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