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Proteomic tools and new insights for the study of B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Citalan-Madrid, A.F., Cabral-Pacheco, G.A., Martinez-de-Villarreal, L.E. et al.

B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia (BCP-ALL) is a hematological malignancy of immature B-cell precursors, affecting children more often than adults. The etiology of BCP-ALL is still unknown, but environmental factors, sex, race or ethnicity, and genomic alterations influence the development of the disease. Tools based on protein detection, such as flow cytometry, mass spectrometry, mass cytometry and reverse phase protein array, represent an opportunity to investigate BCP-ALL pathogenesis and to identify new biomarkers of disease. This review aims to document the recent advancements with respect to applications of proteomic technologies to study mechanisms of leukemogenesis, how this information could be used in the discovery of biological targets, and finally we describe the challenges of application of proteomic tools for the approach of BCP-ALL.

Citation

Citalan-Madrid, A.F., Cabral-Pacheco, G.A., Martinez-de-Villarreal, L.E. et al. "Proteomic tools and new insights for the study of B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Hematology (2019): 637-650