Identification and characterization of the human homologue of SH3BP2, an SH3 binding domain protein within a common region of deletion at 4p16.3 Involved in bladder cancer

Academic Article

Abstract

  • In a search for candidate tumor suppressor genes within a 30-kb common region of deletion previously identified in bladder cancer cell lines, we isolated a 2.4-kb cDNA clone comprising 13 exons that spanned approximately 16 kb of genomic DNA. Mutation analysis was carried out by single-strand conformation polymorphism analysis on DNA from 12 bladder carcinoma cell lines and 26 bladder tumors with LOH on chromosome 4p. Direct sequencing of the transcript in 4 bladder carcinoma cell lines with deletions in this region was also carried out. Two polymorphisms in exons 2 and 5 were identified, but no tumor-specific mutations were found. Sequence analysis identified a high degree of homology with the mouse sh3bp2 gene, which is abl-binding, suggesting that this gene is the human homologue. The predicted amino acid sequence of the putative gene product contains a Src homology 2 domain, a Src homology 3 binding domain, and a pleckstrin homology domain, suggesting a possible role in signal transduction. No evidence was found to indicate that SH3BP2 is the tumor suppressor gene at 4p16.3 involved in bladder cancer. However, this study has identified an interesting human gene that is a potential negative regulator of the abl oncogene.
  • Published In

  • Genomics  Journal
  • Digital Object Identifier (doi)

    Pubmed Id

  • 27460017
  • Author List

  • Bell SM; Shaw M; Jou YS; Myers RM; Knowles MA
  • Start Page

  • 163
  • End Page

  • 170
  • Volume

  • 44
  • Issue

  • 2