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    2. Network Modeling of microRNA-mRNA Interactions in Neuroblastoma Tumorigenesis Identifies miR-204 as a Direct Inhibitor of MYCN

      Network Modeling of microRNA-mRNA Interactions in Neuroblastoma Tumorigenesis Identifies miR-204 as a Direct Inhibitor of MYCN
      ...e. MYCN bound to the miR-204 promoter and repressed miR-204 transcription. Conversely, miR-204 directly bound MYCN mRNA and repressed MYCN expression. miR-204 overexpression significantly inhibited neuroblastoma cell pro...
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    1. Children with a MYCN-amplification event, which occurs in about 25 percent of cases, have the poorest prognosis.
      In Loss of a microRNA family, let-7, found key in neuroblastoma
    2. Once a tumor has disrupted let-7 genetically, it doesn't need to amplify MYCN because it doesn't need to sponge let-7.
      In Loss of a microRNA family, let-7, found key in neuroblastoma
    3. We showed that maintenance of high MYCN protein levels is a key issue for this MYCN driven cancer. Neuroblastoma cells often have over 100 copies of the MYCN gene - so they produce an enormous amount of MYCN protein.
      In A way to target the Achilles heel of neuroblastoma