Molecular origins of mpMRI visibility
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Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI) has transformed the landscape of prostate cancer (PCa) management. Prostate Imaging Reporting and Data System (PI-RADSv2) scores reflect function and correlate phenotypic features with tumor aggressiveness, is an independent predictor of biochemical recurrence, and may distinguish low-risk tumors requiring no treatment from high-risk tumors requiring aggressive management. We hypothesize that differences in functional mpMRI of prostate tumors reflect the genetic and epigenetic heterogeneity of PCa. We profiled the genomes and transcriptomes of 40 Gleason score 3+4 tumors, of which 20 tumors were mpMRI invisible (not PI-RADSv2 3-5) and 20 tumors were visible (PI-RADSv2 5). Genomes of visible tumors were more unstable than those of invisible tumors. We identified 62 enriched transcripts, including numerous snoRNAs, Relaxin 1 and SCHLAP1, in visible tumors. These data suggest a confluence of aggressive pathological and microenvironmental phenomenon in PI-RADSv2 5 tumors reminiscent of nimbosus, while linking the molecular profiles of ... (Show More)
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We profiled the transcriptomes (RNA-sequencing) of 40 clinically significant invisible and visible tumors, all with ISUP Grade 2 disease and treated by radical prostatectomy. Twenty tumors were mpMRI invisible (PI-RADSv2: 1-2), while 20 tumors were visible (PI-RADsv2: 5).
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mpMRI visible prostate tumour samples (PI-RADSv2 5)
mpMRI invisible prostate tumour samples
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