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However, we were able to isolate a BAC clone corresponding to the genome scaffold containing the NF1 gene, which demonstrated that this region of the genome has also experienced a copy gain in DFT1 Fig. DICER1 localises to d chromosome 2 on normal devil chromosomes. Full size image Cancer-related genes from chromosomes 2 and 6 were also mapped to test our prediction that these were unlikely to be rearranged in DFT1.
This prediction was correct for three chromosome 2 genes, which each mapped to the same location on chromosome 2 on normal devil and DFT1 chromosomes from most samples.
Contrary to our prediction, EGF, the only gene mapped from devil chromosome 6, was not located on chromosome 6 but both copies mapped to chromosome 2 Fig. Discussion It is challenging to determine mutations contributing to pathogenesis in human cancers, where there is access to extensive reference resources In DFT1, extra layers of difficulty exist for identifying mutations driving tumourigenesis.
Considering the complex chromosome rearrangements in DFT1, structural mutations play a significant role in DFT1 pathogenesis but the current state of the devil reference genome assembly make the accurate identification of structural mutations challenging based solely on sequence data. By employing a molecular cytogenetic approach to target candidate genes, we have detected strong candidates for further investigation for a role in DFT1 pathogenesis. Of the 22 genes selected for mapping, those of particular interest for further investigation are those in a very different genomic context e.
The event leading to DFT1 tumourigenesis is proposed to be the fusion of chromosome 1 with an X chromosome, which led to a series of breakage-fusion-bridge cycles and extensive rearrangement of chromosome 1 material on M1 13 , With this idea in mind, along with the now seemingly stable nature of the extensively rearranged chromosome 1 material in DFT1, chromosome 1 is a likely source for DFT1 driver mutations.
Although many genes have been implicated with cancer, we chose candidates based on their known association with nerve cell neoplasms or being commonly involved in cancers more generally. The strongest candidate on devil chromosome 1 is NF2. This hypothesis is based on the frequency of breakpoints in the region encompassing NF2 in humans corresponding to 22q involved in MPNSTs 26 , 27 , and the role of the loss or inactivation of NF2 in Schwann cell tumours Although we were unable to isolate and map the NF2 gene as part of this study, we demonstrated that this region of the DFT1 genome has undergone rearrangement and even some deletion, including the deletion of one copy of the tumour suppressor LZTR1 29 Fig.
The additional mapping of chromosome 1 genes on devil and DFT1 chromosomes enabled a scenario for the initial chromosome rearrangements contributing to DFT1 tumourigenesis to be proposed Fig. Previous research has suggested the loss of telomeres led to the fusion of chromosomes 1 and X 13 , Our mapping data suggest the initial fusion most likely occurred close to the NF2 region at the distal end of 1q and the distal end of Xq.
Therefore, the NF2 region would have been close to the original site of genome instability and a site of further instability, with this region being separated from the rest of chromosome translocated to chromosome 2 and 6.
Figure 7 Proposed scenario for the fusion of chromosome 1 and X leading to the formation of marker chromosome 1. A loss of telomeres from 1q adjacent to the NF2 region permitted the fusion with the X chromosome, which had also experienced telomere loss.
These genes then translocated to derivative chromosome 6 whereas the remaining segment translocated to derivative chromosome 2. Full size image NF2 is a tumour suppressor involved in regulating intracellular signalling pathways and cell cycle progression In schwannoma cells lacking NF2, epidermal growth factor receptor tyrosine kinases ErbB2, ErbB3 and EFGR are overabundant on the cell surface, upregulating their downstream targets, thereby driving cell proliferation 31 , 32 , ERBB3 is in a very different genomic context in the tumour located on chromosome 4 rather than 5 and has experienced a copy number gain Fig.
It has recently been shown that elevated levels of ErbB3 are detectable in devil sera several months prior to visual tumour eruptions 34 making it imperative that the pathway involving NF2 and ErbB3 be prioritised for further investigation.
Additionally, germline mutations in the tumour suppressor LZTR1 are associated with a predisposition for an inherited disorder responsible for the development of multiple schwannomas in humans 35 , making the entire NF2 region a high priority for further investigation. It has only experienced a copy gain in one of the samples tested Transgenic mice with three copies of Trp53 had an enhanced response to DNA damage and an increased resistance to cancer It seems likely that TP53 function has been affected in DFT1 since there are four copies of this gene.
If appropriately regulated, these additional copies should enhance the role of TP53 in tumour suppression. However, two of these TP53 copies are in a completely different genomic context, being located on chromosomes M1 and M3, and may be aberrantly regulated.
Among the chromosome 4 genes, Neurofibromin 1 NF1 was the top candidate prior to mapping. NF1 is a tumour suppressor gene, where loss of function mutations are associated in humans with the autosomal dominant syndrome Neurofibromatosis type 1.
In this context, a copy gain for the NF1 region rather than a deletion, make it less likely that NF1 is a driver of DFT1 tumourigenesis. In additional, the extra copy of this region is also located on chromosome M4, a highly methylated chromosome compared to other DFT1 chromosomes 18 , which may be an indicator of transcriptional silencing of this chromosome and therefore, may not alter the overall gene expression of genes on the NF1 scaffold.
The copy number gains observed for NGF and KCNH6 also have a low probability of being driver mutations of DFT1 as they are not on a chromosome posited to be initially involved in the formation of the tumour. They also have two copies of the gene in their normal location. The additional copy of NGF is located chromosome M2 and may be aberrantly expressed. Lastly, the teacher must assess that the skills attained by students are of a higher level nature Guskey, , p.
To promote democratic discourse and engaged citizenship, teachers need to promote multiple perspectives in their classrooms. Yet, as Bridget Niehauser, a veteran teacher from Cincinnati points out: If done in a trustworthy manner, the use of dissent in the social studies classroom embodies an important value of American democracy, while also being an effective instructional technique that allows for authentic dialogue McMurray, For students to feel comfortable speaking openly about an issue that cultivates different perspectives, it is critical that the teacher act as a facilitator and not take control of the discussion, as may often be his or her inclination Rossi, It is difficult for a teacher to allow his or her classroom to become authentically student-centered.
If a teacher does not relinquish the desire to control the discussion, students can feel their thoughts are being stifled, which is contradictory to open dialogue. Teachers may have an end goal for the discussion and desire that students draw certain conclusions, but teachers need to trust that the students will get to their own conclusions Rossi, Letting go of control of the classroom is challenging for a teacher.
That is why creating a classroom based on cooperative learning is key before liberating the classroom of stringent structure to allow for open dialogue. Teachers need to become tolerant of confrontation in the classroom and let students resolve their problems, despite the discomfort a student might experience.
Their discomfort will motivate them to analyze problems at a deeper level and find their own solutions Tama, Controversy makes people uncomfortable, but if people are unwilling to discuss it, no authentic thought will occur. Once students have heightened their civic understanding through authentic debate over controversial issues, some will choose to take action, and most will be aware of different perspectives.
In most classrooms, students are learning content for the first time. Therefore, it is difficult for students to harbor varying perspectives when they hardly know the topic.
As a result, the best method for making students more familiar with a controversial topic and its multifaceted viewpoints is to provide students with texts that espouse differing views.
There are a few methods of employing these documents. Once the varying perspectives are disseminated, students will have a solid foundation to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about the issue as a whole.
In this situation, students can use the following strategies from Joy Banks to successfully engage the document s and create effective skits: This forum enables students to bring their own personalities and experiences to the content, making the content more meaningful and helping their skits have a depth that will allow the rest of the students audience to better understand the topic at hand.
Again, a series of effective skits from multiple perspectives will lay the foundation for a productive, authentic dialogue on whatever controversial topic is being addressed in the class. A third method for using different documents in the classroom is having debates over controversial issues. For debates to work effectively, it is wise to break the class into groups of no more than four students, with a pro side and a con side on each issue.
As these are small groups, the teacher must create multiple topics to debate. In some cases, each debate can be over vastly different controversial issues.
It is also possible for a teacher to create multiple debates over sub-issues within a larger controversy. These are just a few methods of using multiple perspectives in the classroom to further critical thinking and engagement. As long as the teacher puts the onus of thinking and conversing about controversial issues on the students, nearly any method of utilizing diverse documents can be effective.
Guskey feels it is important to adapt the pedagogy with group-based classrooms, and by extension, classrooms where the onus of learning is on the student, even though it might be challenging. There are a few solutions to this problem.
With this transparency, students will not feel they are being tricked or that they are always wrong. Differentiating is one of the greatest challenges as a teacher.
As one of my former students says: High school graduates today are expected to be able to think critically, analyze situations from multiple perspectives, and challenge their peers in order to be successful after high school.
It helps students elevate their thinking, and by extension writing, to a level that will benefit them beyond high school.
By establishing a classroom based on mutual respect and cooperative learning, teachers can elevate the dialogue in their classroom to facilitate critical thinking. Teachers can achieve this by discussing controversial issues, providing students with multiple perspectives, and challenging students with tough questions.
Banks, J. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 35 2 , Berridge, E. Peer interaction and writing development in a Social Studies high school classroom. School of Education. Dominican University of California, Conley, D. Toward a more comprehensive conception of college readiness. Educational Policy Improvement Center, Gose, M.
When Socratic dialogue is flagging: Questions and strategies for engaging students. College Teaching, 57 1 , Given that most of the archaeological teams that excavated in Beirut were from European academic These different levels of investigation were all subject to institutions, do we have a failing dialogue between the same rigors of description, layer definition and plan archaeologists, particularly urban archaeologists within tolerances, building up a picture not only of chronology Europe?
The Beirut excavations demonstrated the problems with differing theoretical and methodological approaches to The placement of emphasis on plan and sequence derived urban archaeology being employed on one site between from our aim of trying to elucidate Beirut's chronological the excavations largely undertaken by European teams.
The If - and I stress that this is a question - we cannot agree methodological approach was itself based on a desire to on the questions that we wish to ask and strategies to use not just understand the chronological development of the to investigate our towns, are we producing data sets that urban topography of ancient Beirut but to understand the are statistically comparable between the urban centres of processes of urban development, economic change, and Europe?
Ifwe do not produce data sets that are the construction of social identity. Is understanding Theory urbanism as a process important and do we need to discuss the archaeological methods that will best allow us The relationship of archaeological method with theory to do that within a European framework?
The more detailed the Conclusions methodology, the more sophisticated the questions that can be answered; the more sophisticated the research As the concept of globalisation or rather the use ofthe aims the more rigorous the methodology needed. The growth understanding 'the city itself i. It is development. Given the war-impoverished base of the not too hard to envisage in the near future archaeologists archaeological campaigns and the isolation suffered by from differing EO nations working, for example, on a site Lebanon from the rest of the archaeological community in London for a private archaeological company based in during the war, maybe little more could have been Paris, paid for by developers from Germany.
As expected. Though what has been achieved in Beirut is development increasingly ignores national boundaries vast huge quantities of pottery, in the realms of tens of wilVshould national urban research frameworks?
Such agendas will require that we sit fonnulated that could deal with Europe as an entity, a down and talk about the questions that we wish to ask, geographic entity that has had internal contact for our methodologies and what we expect from them. Related Papers. By Reuben Thorpe. Beirut Archeological Heritage Management — A metaphor of text and theater. By hans curvers. Encountering the ancestors: By Chris Cumberpatch.
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