Mar 12, 2020

TP53 Mutations in Serum Circulating Cell-Free Tumor DNA As Longitudinal Biomarker for High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer

Biomolecules
Silvia R VitaleMaurice P H M Jansen

Abstract

The aim of this study was to determine an optimal workflow to detect TP53 mutations in baseline and longitudinal serum cell free DNA (cfDNA) from high-grade serous ovarian carcinomas (HGSOC) patients and to define whether TP53 mutations are suitable as biomarker for disease. TP53 was investigated in tissue and archived serum from 20 HGSOC patients by a next-generation sequencing (NGS) workflow alone or combined with digital PCR (dPCR). AmpliSeq™-focused NGS panels and customized dPCR assays were used for tissue DNA and longitudinal cfDNAs, and Oncomine NGS panel with molecular barcoding was used for baseline cfDNAs. TP53 missense mutations were observed in 17 tissue specimens and in baseline cfDNA for 4/8 patients by AmpliSeq, 6/9 patients by Oncomine, and 4/6 patients by dPCR. Mutations in cfDNA were detected in 4/6 patients with residual disease and 3/4 patients with disease progression within six months, compared to 5/11 patients with no residual disease and 6/13 patients with progression after six months. Finally, mutations were detected at progression in 5/6 patients, but not during chemotherapy. NGS with molecular barcoding and dPCR were most optimal workflows to detect TP53 mutations in baseline and longitudinal serum cf...Continue Reading

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TP53 gene
Neoplasm, Residual
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Biological Markers
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Cell-Free DNA
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Disease Progression
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