BTG2B-Cell Translocation Gene 2
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Inhibition of bladder cancer invasion by Sp1-mediated BTG2 expression via inhibition of DNA methyltransferase 1.
Upregulation of MELK (maternal embryonic leucine zipper kinase) was associated with poor survival, confirming previous findings by Lopez-Rios et al, (25) but BTG2, which plays a role in regulation of G1/S transition, was associated with different outcomes in these 2 studies.
Notable upregulated genes were involved in neuron differentiation ( BTG2, NTNG2, DLL1, HES1, NR4A2, STAT3, and VEGF-A ), myeloid cell and osteoclast differentiation ( KLF10, TOB2, and ZFP36 ), cellular and macromolecular biosynthetic process ( KLF13, MKL1, HES1, MYOG, NR4A1, NR4A2, STAT3, and MAF ), and skeletal system development (JUND, KLF10, NAB2, MYOG, and TIPARP ).