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posted on 03.06.2022, 13:42 authored by Li-Juan Gao, Jia-Lei Li, Rui-Rui Yang, Zhong-Mei He, Min Yan, Xia Cao, Ji-Min Cao
Background

OAS gene family plays an important role in antiviral process, but its role in pancreatic cancer has not yet been studied.

Methods

We analyzed the expression, prognostic value and biological function of the OAS gene family in human pancreatic cancer through comprehensive bioinformatic analysis and cellular level validation.

Results

OAS family was highly expressed in pancreatic cancer, and this high expression significantly affected the clinical stage and prognosis of the tumor. OAS gene family was closely related to the immune infiltration of pancreatic cancer, especially neutrophils and dendritic cells, and many immune-related factors and pathways are enriched in the tumor, such as type I interferon signaling pathway and NOD-like receptor signaling pathway.

Conclusion

Taken together, high expression of OAS family is closely related to poor prognosis of pancreatic cancer. OAS gene family may serve as the biomarker and even therapeutic target of pancreatic cancer.

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