MiR expression profiles of paired primary colorectal cancerand metastases by next-generation sequencing
MicroRNAs (miRs) have been recognized as promising biomarkers. It is unknown to what extent tumor-derived miRs aredifferentially expressed between primary colorectal cancers (pCRCs) and metastatic lesions, and to what extent the expressionprofiles of tumor tissue differ from the surrounding normal tissue. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) of 220 fresh-frozen samples,including paired primary and metastatic tumor tissue and non-tumorous tissue from 38 patients, revealed expression of 2245known unique mature miRs and 515 novel candidate miRs. Unsupervised clustering of miR expression profiles of pCRC tissue withpaired metastases did not separate the two entities, whereas unsupervised clustering of miR expression profiles of pCRC withnormal colorectal mucosa demonstrated complete separation of the tumor samples from their paired normal mucosa. Twohundred and twenty-two miRs differentiated both pCRC and metastases from normal tissue samples (false discovery rate (FDR)o0.05). The highest expressed tumor-specific miRs were miR-21 and miR-92a, both previously described to be involved in CRC withpotential as circulating biomarker for early detection. Only eight miRs, 0.5% of the analysed miR transcriptome, were differentiallyexpressed between pCRC and the corresponding metastases (FDR o0.1), consisting of five known miRs (miR-320b, miR-320d,miR-3117, miR-1246 and miR-663b) and three novel candidate miRs (chr 1-2552-5p, chr 8-20656-5p and chr 10-25333-3p). Theseresults indicate that previously unrecognized candidate miRs expressed in advanced CRC were identified using NGS. In addition,miR expression profiles of pCRC and metastatic lesions are highly comparable and may be of similar predictive value for prognosisor response to treatment in patients with advanced CRC
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- Archiver: EGA European Genome-Phenome Archive
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