Immunohistochemical expressions of Ki-67, cyclin A, p53, and pl6 in actinic keratosis, bowen's disease and squamous cell carcinoma

Title
Immunohistochemical expressions of Ki-67, cyclin A, p53, and pl6 in actinic keratosis, bowen's disease and squamous cell carcinoma
Author(s)
신동훈이효진최종수김기홍
Issue Date
201204
Citation
Korean Journal of Dermatology, v.50, no.4, pp.290 - 298
Abstract
Background: Actinic keratosis (AK) and bowen's disease (BD) are pre-cancerous diseases, and are regarded as an early squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). AK and BD can be progressed into SCC. In this process, tumor suppressor and cell proliferative proteins may play important roles. Objective: To investigate the differences of expression patterns of the immunohistochemical (IHC) staining and useful markers for differential diagnosis in AK, BD and SCC. Methods: Biopsy had proven 17 cases of AK, 20 cases of BD and 17 cases of SCC, which were all selected. IHC staining for Ki-67 and cyclin-A, as cell proliferative markers, p53 and pl6 as tumor suppressor markers, were performed. Labeling index (LI) and distribution pattern of IHC expressions were measured. Results: LI of Ki-67 in AK, BD and SCC were 30.6%, 60.2% and 54.8%, respectively. LI of cyclin-A in AK, BD and SCC were 9.2%, 24.4% and 24.1%, respectively. LI of p53 in AK, BD and SCC were 20.7%, 37.9%, and 39.9%, respectively. LI of pl6 in AK, BD and SCC were 10.6%, 38.3% and 39.9%, respectively. Lower 1/3 was the most frequent distribution pattern in AK in all IHC stains, full thickness lower 2/3 were the most frequent distribution pattern in BD and SCC in all IHC stains. Conclusion: LI and distribution pattern of Ki-67, cyclin-A, and pi6, as well as the distribution pattern of p53 may be useful markers to differentiate AK from BD and SCC. Higher degree and full-thickness distribution pattern of IHC expressions in all stains may be helpful in the diagnosis of BD, rather than AK.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/28569
ISSN
0494-4739
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