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Histone methyltransferase DOT1L coordinates AR and MYC stability in prostate cancer

32 views | Jan 17 2021

R Vatapalli et al. thought that DOT1L selectively regulated the tumorigenicity of AR-positive prostate cancer cells and was a promising therapeutic target for PCa. [Read the Full Post]

Inhibition of Methyltransferase DOT1L Sensitizes to Sorafenib Treatment AML Cells Irrespective of MLL-Rearrangements: A Novel Therapeutic Strategy for Pediatric AML

36 views | Dec 09 2020

Annalisa Lonetti et al. highlighted a novel therapeutic strategy for pediatric AML patients. [Read the Full Post]

Nullifying epigenetic writer DOT1L attenuates neointimal hyperplasia

63 views | Sep 22 2020

Yitao Huang et al. presented a strong rationale for continued mechanistic and translational investigation into DOT1L targeting for treatment of (re)stenotic vascular conditions. [Read the Full Post]

The DOT1L inhibitor Pinometostat decreases the host-response against infections: Considerations about its use in human therapy

198 views | Mar 03 2020

Marcos-Villar Let al. supported a possible increased vulnerability to infection in MLL-r leukemia patients undergoing pinometostat treatment. Close follow up of infection should be considered in pinometostat therapy to reduce some severe side effects during the treatment. [Read the Full Post]

Tri-methylation of H3K79 is decreased in TGF-β1-induced epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in lung cancer

432 views | Nov 29 2019

Evanno E et al. showed that histone methylation was modified during EMT, and combination of epigenetic compounds with conventional or targeted chemotherapy might contribute to reduce metastasis and to enhance clinical responses. [Read the Full Post]

Inactivation of PBX3 and HOXA9 by down-regulating H3K79 methylation represses NPM1-mutated leukemic cell survival

427 views | Feb 27 2019

Zhang W et al. indicated that NPMc+ leukemic cell survival requires upregulation of PBX3 and HOXA9, and this action can be largely attenuated by a DOT1L inhibitor. [Read the Full Post]