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Title: Mutational profile of primary breast diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.
Issue Date: 28-Nov-2017
Citation: Oncotarget.2017 Nov;(8)61:102888-102897
Abstract: Primary breast lymphoma is a rare form of extra-nodal lymphoid neoplasm. The most common histological type is the diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, which represents 60-80% of all the cases. Our study analyzes the mutational profile of the primary lymphoma of the breast through targeted massive sequencing with a panel of 38 genes in a group of 17 patients with primary breast diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Seventy-point-five percent of the patients presented with stage IE and 29.5% with stage IIE. 44% of the cases correspond to lymphomas with germinal center phenotype and 33.3% to activated B-cell. The genes with a higher mutational frequency include PIM1 (in 50% of the analyzed samples), MYD88 (39%), CD79B, PRDM1 and CARD11 (17%), KMT2D, TNFIAP3 and CREBBP (11%). The profile of mutant genes involves mostly the NFκB signaling pathway. The high frequency of mutations in PIM1 compared with other lymphomas may have implications in the clinical presentation and evolution of this type of lymphoma.
PMID: 29262531
Rights: openAccess
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