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Effect of short-term treatment with romidepsin compared to long term effects on gene expression.

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posted on 09.10.2020, 17:29 by Tiffany C. Chang, Margarite D. Matossian, Steven Elliott, Hope E. Burks, Rachel A. Sabol, Deniz A. Ucar, Henri Wathieu, Jovanny Zabaleta, Luis De Valle, Sukhmani Gill, Elizabeth Martin, Adam I. Riker, Lucio Miele, Bruce A. Bunnell, Matthew E. Burow, Bridgette M. Collins-Burow

Expression of EMT mRNAs (CDH1, VIM, CDH2, ZEB1, ZEB2) were analyzed using qRT-PCR. Romidepsin was evaluated in TU-BcX-4IC tumor pieces implanted in SCID/Beige mice. Drug effect studies were (A) short term (72 hours) or (B) long term (15 days). qRT-PCR analysis was repeated with genes affected by romidepsin treatment compared to DMSO control based on RNA sequencing analyses (PLK1, FOXM1, MKI67, CDKN1A, PLAU, FOS, FRA-1). Drug effect studies were (C) short term (72 hours) or (D) long term. Black bars represent DMSO; maroon bars represent romidepsin treatment (100 nM, 72 hours). All experiments were run in triplicate. Error bars are shown as S.E.M.