Mutational analysis of an oligoprogressive sarcomatoid hepatocellular carcinoma treated with an immune checkpoint inhibitor.
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In this study, we describe a patient diagnosed with metastatic sarcomatoid hepatocellular carcinoma that showed a remarkable tumor response to Nivolumab, an immune checkpoint inhibitor, followed by an oligoprogression. Molecular analysis of the primary tumor in addition to a bone and brain metastasis was performed and we were able to identify driver genetic alterations indicating a possible role in the tumorigenesis process besides some alterations that may be associated with metastasis.
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The dataset is composed of three sequenced tumor samples: (I) Meta-bone-557 (bone metastasis obtained from occipital lesion resection during treatment with Liposomal doxorubicin); (II) Meta-CNS-888 (brain metastasis obtained from surgical resection during treatment with Nivolumab); (III) Primary-liver-463 (primary hepatic tumor obtained from surgical resection during treatment with Nivolumab). Genomic DNA from tumor samples was extracted using GeneRead DNA FFPE kit (Qiagen), containing Uracyl-D ... (Show More)
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