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Supplementary Figure from A Genomically and Clinically Annotated Patient-Derived Xenograft Resource for Preclinical Research in Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer

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posted on 2023-03-31, 05:42 authored by Xing Yi Woo, Anuj Srivastava, Philip C. Mack, Joel H. Graber, Brian J. Sanderson, Michael W. Lloyd, Mandy Chen, Sergii Domanskyi, Regina Gandour-Edwards, Rebekah A. Tsai, James Keck, Mingshan Cheng, Margaret Bundy, Emily L. Jocoy, Jonathan W. Riess, William Holland, Stephen C. Grubb, James G. Peterson, Grace A. Stafford, Carolyn Paisie, Steven B. Neuhauser, R. Krishna Murthy Karuturi, Joshy George, Allen K. Simons, Margaret Chavaree, Clifford G. Tepper, Neal Goodwin, Susan D. Airhart, Primo N. Lara, Thomas H. Openshaw, Edison T. Liu, David R. Gandara, Carol J. Bult
Supplementary Figure from A Genomically and Clinically Annotated Patient-Derived Xenograft Resource for Preclinical Research in Non–Small Cell Lung Cancer


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Patient-derived xenograft (PDX) models are an effective preclinical in vivo platform for testing the efficacy of novel drugs and drug combinations for cancer therapeutics. Here we describe a repository of 79 genomically and clinically annotated lung cancer PDXs available from The Jackson Laboratory that have been extensively characterized for histopathologic features, mutational profiles, gene expression, and copy-number aberrations. Most of the PDXs are models of non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), including 37 lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD) and 33 lung squamous cell carcinoma (LUSC) models. Other lung cancer models in the repository include four small cell carcinomas, two large cell neuroendocrine carcinomas, two adenosquamous carcinomas, and one pleomorphic carcinoma. Models with both de novo and acquired resistance to targeted therapies with tyrosine kinase inhibitors are available in the collection. The genomic profiles of the LUAD and LUSC PDX models are consistent with those observed in patient tumors from The Cancer Genome Atlas and previously characterized gene expression-based molecular subtypes. Clinically relevant mutations identified in the original patient tumors were confirmed in engrafted PDX tumors. Treatment studies performed in a subset of the models recapitulated the responses expected on the basis of the observed genomic profiles. These models therefore serve as a valuable preclinical platform for translational cancer research. Patient-derived xenografts of lung cancer retain key features observed in the originating patient tumors and show expected responses to treatment with standard-of-care agents, providing experimentally tractable and reproducible models for preclinical investigations.

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