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posted on 11.05.2022, 04:37 authored by Kechao Nie, Jing Li, Luqi Peng, Mei Zhang, Wei Huang

Lymphocyte antigen 96 (LY96) is implicated in tumorigenesis by modulating host immunity. However, an integrated pan-cancer analysis of LY96 in prognosis and immunotherapy across human cancers is still lacking. Therefore, we analyzed the LY96 expression and its prognostic role in tumors by multiple databases. We also investigated the correlation between LY96 and copy number, DNA methylation, somatic mutation, microsatellite instability (MSI), tumor mutation burden (TMB), tumor microenvironment (TME), and immune cell infiltration across human cancers. In addition, the biological processes related to LY96 across various tumors and the correlation between LY96 and 50% inhibitive concentration (IC50) of various drugs were investigated. We found that LY96 was differently expressed between tumor and normal tissues and was significantly upregulated in most types of cancers. LY96 was gradually upregulated from stages I to IV in several cancers. Moreover, we found LY96 may play a prognostic role in most cancers, and patients with high or low LY96 expression often show different clinical outcomes. LY96 was also associated with copy number, DNA methylation, somatic mutation, MSI, TMB, TME characteristics, and immune cell infiltration in cancers. LY96 may also regulate classic tumor-associated pathways in several cancers and is related to drug resistance. This article may help to elucidate the role of LY96 in tumorigenesis, which may promote the development of immunotherapy and targeted therapy in cancers.

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