Pluto Bioinformatics

GSE69740: Menin-MLL inhibitors block oncogenic transformation by MLL fusion proteins in a fusion partner independent manner

Bulk RNA sequencing

Chromosomal rearrangements of the Mixed Lineage Leukemia (MLL) gene result in fusion proteins which retain the N-terminal portion of MLL fused with one of more than 70 different fusion partners. The high diversity of MLL fusion partners raises a question whether it is possible to develop a general therapeutic strategy to block the oncogenic activity of MLL fusion proteins in a fusion partner independent manner. We have demonstrated that blocking the menin-MLL interaction using small molecule inhibitor inhibits oncogenic activity of different MLL fusion proteins according to a mechanism that is independent on the fusion partner. SOURCE: Rachel Ettinger (ETTINGERC@MEDIMMUNE.COM) - MedImmune.LLC

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