Although the evidence based on current human, animal, or molecular biology can explain some of the relationships between CDK4 and cancer, there is no pan-cancer analysis of the gene CDK4 in human skin tumors. Therefore, the potential carcinogenic effects of CDK4 in 33 tumors were initially explored in the datasets of the GEO (Gene Expression Omnibus) and the CGA (Cancer Genome Atlas). We found that CDK4 was highly expressed in most cancers and that CDK4 performance levels significantly correlated with the prognosis of cancer patients. These were found in our preliminary exploration. In addition, we used the dataset in tumors such as cutaneous melanoma or lung adenocarcinoma and found increased levels of phosphorylation of r24 l/C/h/s. In addition, fibroblast infiltration associated with CDK4 cancer was observed in head and neck, sarcoma, and melanoma skin. Using this pan-cancer study, our group has provided a comprehensive preliminary demonstration of the oncogenic effects of the CDK4 gene on different human skin tumors.
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