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Title: XIAP's Profile in Human Cancer.

Authors: Tu, Huailu; Costa, Max

Published In Biomolecules, (2020 10 29)

Abstract: XIAP, the X-linked inhibitor of apoptosis protein, regulates cell death signaling pathways through binding and inhibiting caspases. Mounting experimental research associated with XIAP has shown it to be a master regulator of cell death not only in apoptosis, but also in autophagy and necroptosis. As a vital decider on cell survival, XIAP is involved in the regulation of cancer initiation, promotion and progression. XIAP up-regulation occurs in many human diseases, resulting in a series of undesired effects such as raising the cellular tolerance to genetic lesions, inflammation and cytotoxicity. Hence, anti-tumor drugs targeting XIAP have become an important focus for cancer therapy research. RNA-XIAP interaction is a focus, which has enriched the general profile of XIAP regulation in human cancer. In this review, the basic functions of XIAP, its regulatory role in cancer, anti-XIAP drugs and recent findings about RNA-XIAP interactions are discussed.

PubMed ID: 33138314 Exiting the NIEHS site

MeSH Terms: Apoptosis/genetics; Carcinogenesis/genetics*; Disease Progression; Humans; Neoplasms/genetics*; Neoplasms/pathology; Neoplasms/therapy; Signal Transduction; X-Linked Inhibitor of Apoptosis Protein/genetics*

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