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    ACP2 acid phosphatase 2, lysosomal [ Homo sapiens (human) ]

    Gene ID: 53, updated on 5-Aug-2018

    GeneRIFs: Gene References Into Functions

    GeneRIFPubMed TitleDate
    Data show that lysosomal acid phosphatase 2 (ACP2) was overexpressed in colorectal cancer (CRC) and associated with poor outcome in stage II CRC, and that high expression of ACP2 patients were more sensitive to chemotherapy than those with a low expression, suggesting ACP2 as a marker for CRC patients receiving chemotherapy.

    Lysosomal acid phosphatase 2 is an unfavorable prognostic factor but is associated with better survival in stage II colorectal cancer patients receiving chemotherapy.
    Lee YC, Su CY, Lin YF, Lin CM, Fang CY, Lin YK, Hsiao M, Chen CL., Free PMC Article

    08/12/2017
    An enzymatically inactive allele of mouse Acp2 causes cerebellum abnormalities, growth retardation, hair-follicle abnormalities, and an ataxia-like phenotype.

    Mutation in the gene encoding lysosomal acid phosphatase (Acp2) causes cerebellum and skin malformation in mouse.
    Mannan AU, Roussa E, Kraus C, Rickmann M, Maenner J, Nayernia K, Krieglstein K, Reis A, Engel W.

    10/22/2014
    LAP-deficient mice exhibit multiple defects including bone structure alterations, lysosomal storage defects in the kidneys and central nervous system, and an increased tendency towards seizures.

    Mice deficient in lysosomal acid phosphatase develop lysosomal storage in the kidney and central nervous system.
    Saftig P, Hartmann D, Lüllmann-Rauch R, Wolff J, Evers M, Köster A, Hetman M, von Figura K, Peters C.

    10/22/2014
    Observational study of gene-disease association. (HuGE Navigator)

    Polymorphisms in mitochondrial genes and prostate cancer risk.
    Wang L, McDonnell SK, Hebbring SJ, Cunningham JM, St Sauver J, Cerhan JR, Isaya G, Schaid DJ, Thibodeau SN., Free PMC Article

    09/20/2009
    Genome-wide association study of gene-disease association. (HuGE Navigator)

    Identification of a novel risk locus for progressive supranuclear palsy by a pooled genomewide scan of 500,288 single-nucleotide polymorphisms.
    Melquist S, Craig DW, Huentelman MJ, Crook R, Pearson JV, Baker M, Zismann VL, Gass J, Adamson J, Szelinger S, Corneveaux J, Cannon A, Coon KD, Lincoln S, Adler C, Tuite P, Calne DB, Bigio EH, Uitti RJ, Wszolek ZK, Golbe LI, Caselli RJ, Graff-Radford N, Litvan I, Farrer MJ, Dickson DW, Hutton M, Stephan DA., Free PMC Article

    04/3/2008
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