We subjected 302 archival samples (150 squamous cell carcinomas [SCCs] and 152 cervical intraepithelial neoplasia [CIN] lesions) to immunohistochemical staining with extracellular signal - regulated kinase-1 (ERK1) antibody and human papillomavirus (HPV) testing with 3 primer sets. Follow-up data were available for all SCC cases and 67 CIN cases. High-risk (HR) HPV types were associated with CIN (odds ratio [OR], 19.12; 95% confidence interval [CI], 2.31-157.81) and SCC (OR, 27.25; 95% CI, 3.28-226.09). There was a significant linear relationship between lesion grade and ERK1 staining intensity (P = .0001). ERK1 staining was a 100% specific indicator of CIN, with a 100% positive predictive value, but a poor predictor of HR HPV. ERK1 expression did not predict clearance or persistence of HR HPV after CIN treatment. ERK1 staining did not significantly predict survival in cervical cancer in univariate (P = .915) or multivariate analysis. After adjustment for HR HPV, stage, age, and tumor grade in the Cox regression model, only stage (P = .0001) and age (P = .002) remained independent prognostic factors. ERK1 expression seems to be an early marker of cervical carcinogenesis. ERK1 overexpression is not a specific marker of HR-HPV in CIN and cervical cancer, nor does it predict virus clearance after CIN treatment or disease outcome in cervical cancer.

Branca, M., Ciotti, M., Santini, D., Di Bonito, L., Benedetto, A., Giorgi, C., et al. (2004). Activation of the ERK/MAP kinase pathway in cervical intraepithelial neoplasia is related to grade of the lesion but not to high-risk human papillomavirus, virus clearance, or prognosis in cervical cancer. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY, 122(6), 902-911 [10.1309/VQXF-T880-JXC7-QD2W].

Activation of the ERK/MAP kinase pathway in cervical intraepithelial neoplasia is related to grade of the lesion but not to high-risk human papillomavirus, virus clearance, or prognosis in cervical cancer

FAVALLI, CARTESIO;
2004

Abstract

We subjected 302 archival samples (150 squamous cell carcinomas [SCCs] and 152 cervical intraepithelial neoplasia [CIN] lesions) to immunohistochemical staining with extracellular signal - regulated kinase-1 (ERK1) antibody and human papillomavirus (HPV) testing with 3 primer sets. Follow-up data were available for all SCC cases and 67 CIN cases. High-risk (HR) HPV types were associated with CIN (odds ratio [OR], 19.12; 95% confidence interval [CI], 2.31-157.81) and SCC (OR, 27.25; 95% CI, 3.28-226.09). There was a significant linear relationship between lesion grade and ERK1 staining intensity (P = .0001). ERK1 staining was a 100% specific indicator of CIN, with a 100% positive predictive value, but a poor predictor of HR HPV. ERK1 expression did not predict clearance or persistence of HR HPV after CIN treatment. ERK1 staining did not significantly predict survival in cervical cancer in univariate (P = .915) or multivariate analysis. After adjustment for HR HPV, stage, age, and tumor grade in the Cox regression model, only stage (P = .0001) and age (P = .002) remained independent prognostic factors. ERK1 expression seems to be an early marker of cervical carcinogenesis. ERK1 overexpression is not a specific marker of HR-HPV in CIN and cervical cancer, nor does it predict virus clearance after CIN treatment or disease outcome in cervical cancer.
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Settore MED/07 - Microbiologia e Microbiologia Clinica
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Cervical cancer; Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia; CIN; ERK1; HPV E5 protein; Human papillomavirus; MAPK pathway; Prognosis; Virus clearance
Branca, M., Ciotti, M., Santini, D., Di Bonito, L., Benedetto, A., Giorgi, C., et al. (2004). Activation of the ERK/MAP kinase pathway in cervical intraepithelial neoplasia is related to grade of the lesion but not to high-risk human papillomavirus, virus clearance, or prognosis in cervical cancer. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY, 122(6), 902-911 [10.1309/VQXF-T880-JXC7-QD2W].
Branca, M; Ciotti, M; Santini, D; Di Bonito, L; Benedetto, A; Giorgi, C; Paba, P; Favalli, C; Costa, S; Agarossi, A; Alderisio, M; Syrjanen, K
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