The genomic and immune landscape of long-term survivors of high-grade serous ovarian cancer
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Less than half of all patients with advanced-stage high-grade serous ovarian cancers (HGSC) survive more than five years post-diagnosis but those who have an exceptionally long survival could provide insights into tumor biology and therapeutic approaches. We analyzed 60 patients with advanced-stage, HGSC who survived more than 10 years after diagnosis using whole-genome sequencing, transcriptome, and methylome profiling of their primary tumor samples, comparing this data to 66 short- or moderate-term survivors. Tumors of long-term survivors were more likely to have multiple alterations in genes associated with DNA repair, and more frequent somatic variants resulting in an increased predicted neoantigen load. Patients clustered into survival groups based on genomic and immune cell signatures, including three subsets of patients with BRCA1 alterations with distinctly different outcomes. Specific combinations of germline and somatic gene alterations, tumor cell phenotypes, and differential immune responses appear to contribute to long-term survival in HGSC.
Study Datasets 3 datasets.
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RNA-seq dataset of high-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSC) tumours from long-term survivors performed as part of the Multidisciplinary Ovarian Cancer Outcomes Group (MOCOG) study. The dataset includes fastq files from 56 HGSC tumours (53 primary tumours and 3 recurrent tumours) from 53 long-term survivor patients. Libraries were generated using the Illumina Stranded mRNA Prep and 150 bp paired-end sequencing was performed to a minimum of 100 million reads on Illumina NovaSeq 6000 instruments.
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Whole-genome sequencing of high-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSC) tumours and matched normals from long-term survivors performed as part of the Multidisciplinary Ovarian Cancer Outcomes Group (MOCOG) study. The dataset includes fastq files from 58 HGSC tumours (53 primary tumours and 5 recurrent tumours) and 53 matched normals from 53 long-term survivor patients. Sequence libraries were generated from tumour and matched normal genomic DNA using the KAPA HyperPrep PCR-free library preparation ... (Show More)
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Tumor and matched normal DNA profiling by SNP array
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