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Séminaire du Département SBM – Sabine Colnot

28 juin à 15h00 - 16h00

Sabine Colnot, Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers, Paris, interviendra le 28 juin à 15h, amphithéâtre 11, campus Carreire.

Invitée par Violaine Moreau, coresponsable de l’équipe 03 – Cancers du Foie et Invasion Tumorale.

“CRISPR-Cas9-engineered mice developing liver cancers with beta-catenin mutation: towards a better understanding of liver carcinogenesis”

One third of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) have mutations activating beta-catenin signaling. We definitely showed that these mutations are oncogenic in mice (Loesch et al., J Hepatol 2022), and are responsible for the development of HCC and mesenchymal hepatoblastoma. This mouse model and a previous one obtained through a loss of function of Apc are valuable preclinical models to better understand why a large subset of beta-catenin activated HCCs are resistant to immunotherapies. Our work further supports the hypothesis that they could be treated based on their metabolism (Gougelet et al., Gastroenterol 2019; Senni et al., Gut 2019). Lastly, the CRISPR-Cas9 strategy appears to be an easy-to-use approach to investigate the oncogenic function of specific mutations in HCC.

Détails

Date :
28 juin
Heure :
15h00 - 16h00
Catégories d’évènement:
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Lieu

Amphithéâtre 11, campus Carreire
146 rue Léo Saignat
Bordeaux, 33000 France
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Organisateur

Département Sciences Biologiques et médicales
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