Genomic study of an AT-AML
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Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T) is caused by biallelic mutations in ATM and confers predisposition to cancer, with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) being rarely observed. We investigated an AML arising in an A-T patient for secondary genetic events by performing whole exome sequencing of serial samples over the disease course. AML samples were compared to a reference "germline" sample from a much earlier time point. Goldgraben et al 2020, Pediatric Blood & Cancer
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Serial samples from one AT-AML patient as described in publication Goldgraben et al Pediatric Blood & Cancer 2020. Whole exome sequencing of a AT-'germline' blood sample, one bone marrow sample (at AML diagnosis) and 3 AML blood samples. Library preped using the Illumina Nextera Rapid Capture Exome Enrichment Kit, and sequenced as PE150 on HiSeq4000. Provided: 5 BAM files (GRCh37); 2 VCF analyses (germline and somatic)
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