Affymetrix SNP array data for rhabdomyosarcoma samples
ABSTRACT: Affymetrix SNP arrays were performed according to the manufacturer's directions on DNA extracted from fresh frozen tissues. To obtain a profile of copy number alterations in RMS, we studied 65 samples in 60 RMS cases. Other data of 38 samples are deposited in GSE41263: GSM1528059 GSM1528057 GSM1528061 GSM1528058 GSM1528054 GSM1528060 GSM1012723 GSM1012722 GSM1012746 GSM1528055 GSM1528056 GSM1530028 GSM1012751 GSM1012724 GSM1012726 GSM1012747 GSM1012725 GSM1012716 GSM1012735 GSM1012713 GSM1012736 GSM1012737 GSM1012738 GSM1012730 GSM1012739 GSM1012740 GSM1012750 GSM1012717 GSM1012718 GSM1012719 GSM1012741 GSM1012732 GSM1012715 GSM1012720 GSM1012742 GSM1012721 GSM1012743 GSM1012744 Copy number analysis of Affymetrix 250K or Cytoscan_HD SNP arrays was performed for 27 rhabdomyosarcoma samples.
Project description:To elucidate the pathogenesis of rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS), particularly for different subgroups, we performed a SNP array-based copy number analysis of 46 RMS specimens from primary cases with ERMS (N = 21), ARMS (N = 14), unclassified RMS (N = 1), and RMS of unknown histology (N = 3) together with 7 RMS-derived cell lines. The ERMS subtype was characterized by hyperploidy and was significantly associated with gains of chromosomes 2, 8, and 12, whereas majority of ARMS cases exhibited near-diploid copy number profiles. Recurrent loss of heterozygosity (LOH) of chromosomes 3 (28.6%) and 15q (35.7%) was detected in ARMS. Uniparental disomy/polysomy of 11p was commonly found in both tumor types. Focal gains/amplifications were associated mostly with PAX3-FOXO1 (5/10) or PAX7-FOXO1 (6/6) fusions, but novel amplified regions were also found, including the IRS2 in 2 ARMS. Gain of 13q was significantly associated with good patient outcome in ERMS. These findings not only illustrate genetic differences between ARMS and ERMS but also provide novel insights into the pathogenesis of RMS. Copy number analysis of Affymetrix 50K/250K SNP arrays was performed for 46 RMS samples.
Project description:A consanguineous family segregating anhidrosis (recessive, familial) Shared homozygous regions were identified by comparing SNP genotyping results from four affected family members Affymetrix SNP arrays were performed according to the manufacturer's directions on DNA extracted from peripheral blood samples.
Project description:We recently mapped 605 chromosomal breakpoints in 61 ATL cases by spectral karyotyping and identified chromosome 14q11 as one of the most common chromosomal breakpoint regions. To map the precise location of chromosomal breakpoints at 14q11, we performed single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)-based comparative genomic hybridization on leukemia cells from acute-type ATL patients. Copy number analysis of Affymetrix 50K SNP arrays was performed for leukemic cell samples from10 acute-type ATL patients.
Project description:ALK fusion positive tumor constitutes a unique entitiy in lung adenocarcionmas. We compared the allelokaryotypes of ALK fusion positive and negative tumors with SNP array to get insight into the difference of genomic background of them. Copy number analysis with Affymetrix 250K SNP arrays of 35 ALK fusion positive and 95 ALK fusion negative lung adenocarcinomas was performed with annonymous references.
Project description:We recently identified recurrent mutations of cohesin complex in myeloid neoplasms through whole-exome sequencing analysis. In this study, we performed SNP array analysis to detect abnormal copy number of the cohesin genes. Copy number analysis by Affymetrix 50K or 250K SNP arrays was performed for 93 AML and 70 MDS tumor samples.
Project description:Transient abnormal myelopoiesis (TAM) is a clonal pre-leukemic disorder that progresses to myeloid leukemia of Down syndrome (ML-DS) through the accumulation of genetic alterations. To investigate the mechanism of leukemogenesis in this disorder, a xenograft model of TAM was established using NOD/Shi-scid, IL-2Rγnull mice. In serial transplantations, engrafted TAM-derived cells showed the emergence of divergent subclones with another GATA1 mutation and various CNAs, including a 16q deletion and 1q gain, which are clinically associated with ML-DS. These results suggest that genetically heterogeneous subclones with varying leukemia-initiating potential already exist in the neonatal TAM phase, and ML-DS may develop from a pool of such minor clones through clonal selection. Affymetrix SNP arrays were performed according to the manufacturer's directions on DNA extracted from murine bone marrow (hCD45 sorted) or human peripheral blood samples. Copy number analysis of Affymetrix 500K SNP arrays was performed for xenografted TAM samples of 3 patients. There are also 3 samples from TAM patients in remission, which were used as references for copy number inference.
Project description:sPNETs are highly malignant embryonal brain tumours of poor prognosis. The underlying biology is poorly understood. To address this we therefore performed high resolution genetic analysis. 36 CNS PNETs and 8 PBs were analysed using the Affymetrix 100K and 500K Mapping Set to identify copy number imbalance at both the chromosome and gene level. Keywords: Affymetrix 100K SNP array, Affymetrix 500K SNP arrays 36 CNS PNETs and 8 PBs with constitutional controls
Project description:Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) has extremely skewed ethnic and geographic distributions, is poorly understood at the genetic level and is in need of effective therapeutic approaches. We determined the genomic landscape of 52 NPC cases with SNP-array analysis. This approach identified multiple recurrent SCNVs, with the most frequent deletion peak spanning the CDKN2A gene on 9p21. Additional SCNVs involving established cancer genes including CCND1, AKT2, MYC and TP53 were observed. Notably, we identified that one component of the SWI/SNF complex, ARID1A, was frequently deleted in NPC. Affymetrix SNP arrays were performed according to the manufacturer's directions on DNA extracted from fresh frozen nasopharyngeal carcinoma biopsy tissues Copy number analysis of Affymetrix 250K SNP arrays was performed for 52 nasopharyngeal carcinoma samples. Please note that the sample characteristics 'primary tumor size, metastasis, and regional lymph node' represents T, M and N in WHO TNM staging of nasopharyngeal cancer (according to American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC)), respectively.
Project description:A single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)-chip analysis of 98 cases of aggressive B-cell lymphomas revealed a recurrent deletion at 19p13 in 9 of the cases. Six further cases with deletions encompassing this region were found in array-comparative genomic hybridization data of 295 aggressive B-cell lymphomas from a previous study. Three cases even showed a homozygous deletion, suggesting a tumor suppressor gene in the deleted region. Two genes encoding members of the tumor necrosis factor superfamily were located in the minimally deleted region, i.e. TNFSF7 and TNFSF9. As no mutations were found within the coding exons of the remaining alleles in the lymphomas with heterozygous deletions, we speculate that the deletions may mostly function through a haploinsufficiency mechanism. The cases with deletions encompassed both diffuse large B-cell lymphomas and Burkitt lymphomas, and a deletion was also found in a Hodgkin lymphoma cell line. Thus, TNFSF7 and TNFSF9 deletions are recurrent genetic lesions in multiple types of human lymphomas. Affymetrix SNP arrays were performed according to the manufacturer's directions on DNA extracted from whole tissue. Copy number and LOH analysis of 500K SNP/250K SNP arrays was performed on 9 cases of aggressive B-cell lymphoma harboring the described deletion. Genotyping was performed using the BRLMM-algorithm. 20 normal references (10 of those hybridized to nsp-chips) extracted from healthy blood donors, used as normals in the analysis in addition to the HapMap references provided by Affymetrix, are included in the set.
Project description:Sacrocolpopexy has been dubbed the “gold standard” repair for apical pelvic organ prolapse (POP). This study sought to determine a genetic cause for sacrocolpopexy failure by comparing genotypes from 10 women who suffered from early POP reoccurance after sacrocolpopexy surgery, versus 40 randomly selected women with long term success after the same procedure. We objectively defined early overt failure after robotic-assisted laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy as having a pelvic organ prolapse quantification system examination (POP-Q) of stage III or IV occurring in more than one compartment within six months after surgery. All medical records identified during this process were then reviewed by a panel of urogynecology attendings and fellows to select patients who were truly clinical outliers. By this method we identified 10 patients (cases) who experienced early overt surgical failure. We also randomly selected 40 controls from our research database which includes greater than 500 patients who underwent robotic-assisted laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy during the same time period and had been objectively and subjectively assessed for ≥ 12 months with surgical success at ≥ 12 months that did not undergo prolapse re-operation or re-treatment. Demographics and peri-operative details were compared between cases and controls. Exclusion criteria for controls included use of other graft material besides polypropylene mesh, prior surgery for prolapse involving graft material, and conversion to laparotomy. DNA from the 10 cases and 40 controls was isolated from buccal swabs and genotyped on a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) array that contains 250,000 markers (NspI 250K SNP array, Affymetrix, Santa Clara, CA). All women in this study identified as Caucasian. All subjects provided written informed consent to study participation and data release. This was a case-control study approved by the Institutional Review Board at the Atlantic Health System in Morristown New Jersey (R11-10-004). This case-control study compared single genotypes of 10 cases to 40 controls. All subjects were identified as Caucasian. Cases were women who experienced early overt POP recurrence after robotic sacrocolpopexy, and controls were randomly selected women with long term success after the same procedure.