Oral mucosa organoids as a potential model for personalized therapies
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Organoids were established from both tumor and matched wildtype tissue from patients diagnosed with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). In order to confirm tumor status and identify oncogenic driver mutations, DNA derived of these organoids was sequenced. After validation of tumor identity, organoids were exposed to a range of (targeted) chemotherapeutics and radiotherapy. Differential responses to therapeutics were subsequently correlated to underlying genetic alterations to see if DNA mutation status could be predictive for responses to therapy.
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Tumor and matching normal tissues were collected from 8 patients and organoids were derived from each tissue. Whole exome libraries were prepared for tumor tissue, normal tissue, tumor organoids and normal organoids, and paired-end sequencing was performed using Illumina Novaseq 6000 system. Only tumor and matching normal tissues were sequenced for the patients without available organoids.
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