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Supplementary Figure 4 from IDH Mutation and Neuroglial Developmental Features Define Clinically Distinct Subclasses of Lower Grade Diffuse Astrocytic Glioma

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posted on 2023-03-31, 16:48 authored by Daniel Gorovets, Kasthuri Kannan, Ronglai Shen, Edward R. Kastenhuber, Nasrin Islamdoust, Carl Campos, Elena Pentsova, Adriana Heguy, Suresh C. Jhanwar, Ingo K. Mellinghoff, Timothy A. Chan, Jason T. Huse

PDF file, 109KB, Positive silhouette width for initial clusters of diffuse astrocytic glioma determined core subclass members, which were then used for downstream SAM and ROC analysis.

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Purpose: Diffuse gliomas represent the most prevalent class of primary brain tumor. Despite significant recent advances in the understanding of glioblastoma [World Health Organization (WHO) IV], its most malignant subtype, lower grade (WHO II and III) glioma variants remain comparatively understudied, especially in light of their notable clinical heterogeneity. Accordingly, we sought to identify and characterize clinically relevant molecular subclasses of lower grade diffuse astrocytic gliomas.Experimental Design: We conducted multidimensional molecular profiling, including global transcriptional analysis, on 101 lower grade diffuse astrocytic gliomas collected at our own institution and validated our findings using publically available gene expression and copy number data from large independent patient cohorts.Results: We found that IDH mutational status delineated molecularly and clinically distinct glioma subsets, with IDH mutant (IDH mt) tumors exhibiting TP53 mutations, platelet—derived growth factor receptor (PDGFR)A overexpression, and prolonged survival, and IDH wild-type (IDH wt) tumors exhibiting EGFR amplification, PTEN loss, and unfavorable disease outcome. Furthermore, global expression profiling revealed three robust molecular subclasses within lower grade diffuse astrocytic gliomas, two of which were predominantly IDH mt and one almost entirely IDH wt. IDH mt subclasses were distinguished from each other on the basis of TP53 mutations, DNA copy number abnormalities, and links to distinct stages of neurogenesis in the subventricular zone. This latter finding implicates discrete pools of neuroglial progenitors as cells of origin for the different subclasses of IDH mt tumors.Conclusion: We have elucidated molecularly distinct subclasses of lower grade diffuse astrocytic glioma that dictate clinical behavior and show fundamental associations with both IDH mutational status and neuroglial developmental stage. Clin Cancer Res; 18(9); 2490–501. ©2012 AACR.

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