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2009 | 7 | 3 | 192-198
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Stężenie sHLA-G i sRCAS1 w osoczu kobiet leczonych operacyjnie z powodu raka sromu jako wskaźnik stanu mikrośrodowiska raka

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Possible usage of the blood serum concentration measurements of sHLA-G and sRCAS1 in women treated surgically for vulvar cancer as an indicator of the status of the tumor microenvironment
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Introduction: The suppression of the immune system constitutes a crucial event in the development of malignancy. Assessment of the blood serum concentration levels of sRCAS1 and sHLA-G may demonstrate the suppressive influence of cancer cells on the immune system as these proteins are involved in the evasion of immune system surveillance by cancer cells. Since, in some cases, surgery may restore proper immune system activity, we aimed to measure the blood serum concentration levels of both these proteins over the course of the applied therapy. Material and methods: We measured the sRCAS1 and sHLA-G blood serum concentration levels in a group of 19 patients treated surgically for vulvar carcinoma. We assessed the levels of these proteins by a series of measurements taken before and after the surgical intervention. The concentration levels of sRCAS1 and sHLA-G were established by means of ELISA kit. Results: In our study we observed that a statistically significant decrease in both sHLA-G and sRCAS1 blood serum concentration levels followed radical surgical intervention due to vulvar cancer. Conclusions: The detected levels of the blood serum concentration of these proteins may be a useful indicator of the status of the tumor microenvironment and may help to assess the degree of restoration of immune system activity following radical surgical vulvectomy.
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Wstęp: Supresja układu odpornościowego stanowi kluczowe zjawisko w rozwoju nowotworu złośliwego. Stężenie sRCAS1 i sHLA-G w osoczu odzwierciedla stopień supresji układu odpornościowego przez komórki rakowe, ponieważ białka te pośredniczą w mechanizmie chroniącym komórki rakowe przed wykryciem przez układ odpornościowy. W niektórych przypadkach zabieg chirurgiczny może przywrócić prawidłową aktywność układu odpornościowego, dlatego celem autorów niniejszej pracy była ocena stężenia obu tych białek w trakcie leczenia. Materiał i metody: Mierzono stężenie sRCAS1 i sHLA-G w osoczu 19 pacjentek leczonych operacyjnie z powodu raka sromu. Poziom tych białek oceniano za pomocą serii pomiarów dokonanych przed i po zabiegu operacyjnym. Pomiarów dokonywano za pomocą zestawu wykorzystującego technikę ELISA. Wyniki: Stwierdzono statystycznie znamienny spadek stężenia osoczowego zarówno sRCAS1, jak i sHLA-G po radykalnym usunięciu raka sromu. Wnioski: Poziom ww. białek w osoczu może stanowić przydatny wskaźnik stanu mikrośrodowiska guza i może pomóc ocenić stopień normalizacji aktywności układu odpornościowego po radykalnej operacji sromu.
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192-198
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  • Centrum Onkologii, Klinika Onkologii Ginekologicznej, Instytut im. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Kraków
  • Klinika Położnictwa i Ginekologii, Szpital Wojewódzki, Rzeszów
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  • Klinika Ginekologii i Onkologii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
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  • Klinika Ginekologii i Onkologii, Centrum Onkologii im. Łukaszczyka, Bydgoszcz; Katedra Ginekologii, Onkologii i Pielęgniarstwa Ginekologicznego, Kolegium Medyczne im L. Rydygiera, Uniwersytet im. Mikołaja Kopernika, Bydgoszcz
  • Klinika Ginekologii i Onkologii, Centrum Onkologii im. Łukaszczyka, Bydgoszcz; Katedra Ginekologii, Onkologii i Pielęgniarstwa Ginekologicznego, Kolegium Medyczne im L. Rydygiera, Uniwersytet im. Mikołaja Kopernika, Bydgoszcz
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  • Centrum Onkologii, Klinika Onkologii Ginekologicznej, Instytut im. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Kraków
  • Klinika Położnictwa i Ginekologii, Szpital Wojewódzki, Rzeszów
  • Klinika Ginekologii i Onkologii Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, ul. Kopernika 23, 31-501 Kraków, tel.: 012 424 85 84, faks: 012 424 85 84. Klinika Ginekologii i Onkologii, Centrum Onkologii im. Łukaszczyka, Bydgoszcz; Katedra Ginekologii, Onkologii i Pielęgniarstwa Ginekologicznego, Kolegium Medyczne im L. Rydygiera, Uniwersytet im. Mikołaja Kopernika, Bydgoszcz, mowicher@cyf-kr.edu.pl
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