Targeted panel data for newly diagnosed myeloma patients.
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Genomic abnormalities in MM are common and can affect a patients outcome. Here we have performed targeted sequencing on xx patient tumor samples and matched control DNA. The targeted panel consists of ~160 genes and copy number regions, as well as key regions of chromosomal translocation including IGH, IGK, IGL and MYC. Using mutation, copy number, and translocation information we have been able to identify abnormalities that affect prognosis including bi-allelic inactivation of TP53 and rearrangements involving MYC.
Study Datasets 2 datasets.
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Tumor DNA was extracted from 100 bone marrow aspirate samples where CD138+ selection had been performed to enrich plasma cells from patients with multiple myeloma. Patient matched control DNA from either peripheral blood leukocytes or CD34+ stem cell harvests was also isolated. Both tumor and control DNA underwent library preparation using the Hyperplus kit (KAPA Biosystems) and were hybridized to baits for a targeted SeqCap myeloma panel (Nimblegen) encompassing 129 genes, regions for SNPs for ... (Show More)
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RNA from the same tumor sample (n=98) was also processed using the 3' IVT kit (Affymetrix) and hybridized to U133 Plus 2.0 arrays (Affymetrix).
|Affymetrix GeneChip Scanner 3000 7g||98|
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