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Association of low CYP3A activity with <i>p</i>53 mutation and CYP2D6 activity with <i>Rb</i> mutation in human bladder cancer

Marjorie Romkes, Herng-Der Chem, Timothy G. Lesnick, Michael J. Becich, Raj Persad, Patrick Smith and Robert A. Branch

in Carcinogenesis

Volume 17, issue 5, pages 1057-1062
Published in print May 1996 | ISSN: 0143-3334
e-ISSN: 1460-2180 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/carcin/17.5.1057
Association of low CYP3A activity with p53 mutation and CYP2D6 activity with Rb mutation in human bladder cancer

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p53 and Rb gene mutations are intermediate biomarkers useful for the prediction of neoplastic progression in bladder cancers. Previously, we have shown that low CYP3A activity, measured by dapsone N-hydroxylation, and high CYP2D6 activity, assessed by debrisoquine 4-hydroxylation, were significant susceptibility risk factors in developing aggressive bladder cancer. However, no information is available about the relationship between drug/xenobiotic metabolizing enzyme activities and p53/Rb mutations that may suggest mechanisms of bladder carcinogenesis. We evaluated in vivo CYP3A activity by the dapsone recovery ratio (DPRR), CYP2D6 activity by the debrisoquine recovery ratio (DBRR), CYP2C19 activity by the mephenytoin R/S ratio (RSR), N-acetyltransferase activity by the monoacetyl dapsone to dapsone ratio and glutathione-S-transferase M1 (GSTM1) genotype by PCR. In immunohistochemical studies of bladder tumor tissue, over expression of p53 protein was detected with antibody pAb1801 and loss of Rb protein expression was evaluated with antibody PMG3–245 in patients with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Low CYP3A activity was significantly associated with over expression of or mutated p53 protein (P < 0.05). High CYP2D6 activity (within the extensive metabolizer group) was significantly associated with loss of expression of or mutated Rb protein (P < 0.05). Positive p53 staining also predicted aggressive bladder cancer histopathology (P < 0.05, odds ratio 2.9), and the lowest tertile of DPRR predicted p53 positivity (P < 0.01, odds ratio 3.9 comparing means of lower tertile versus upper tertile of DPRR). These selective associations are consistent with the hypothesis that an environmental pro-carcinogen fails to be detoxified by CYP3A which may preferentially induce p53 mutations, whereas, an alternative pro-carcinogen that may be activated by CYP2D6, may selectively induce Rb mutations.

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Subjects: Clinical Cytogenetics and Molecular Genetics

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