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Title: Exome sequencing of gastric adenocarcinoma identifies recurrent somatic mutations in cell adhesion and chromatin remodeling genes
Authors: Zang, Z.J.
Cutcutache, I. 
Poon, S.L.
Zhang, S.L.
Mcpherson, J.R.
Tao, J.
Rajasegaran, V.
Heng, H.L.
Deng, N. 
Gan, A.
Lim, K.H.
Ong, C.K.
Huang, D.
Chin, S.Y. 
Tan, I.B.
Ng, C.C.Y.
Yu, W.
Wu, Y.
Lee, M.
Wu, J.
Poh, D.
Wan, W.K.
Rha, S.Y.
So, J.
Salto-Tellez, M. 
Yeoh, K.G.
Wong, W.K.
Zhu, Y.-J.
Futreal, P.A.
Pang, B.
Ruan, Y.
Hillmer, A.M.
Bertrand, D.
Nagarajan, N.
Rozen, S. 
Teh, B.T.
Tan, P. 
Issue Date: 2012
Source: Zang, Z.J., Cutcutache, I., Poon, S.L., Zhang, S.L., Mcpherson, J.R., Tao, J., Rajasegaran, V., Heng, H.L., Deng, N., Gan, A., Lim, K.H., Ong, C.K., Huang, D., Chin, S.Y., Tan, I.B., Ng, C.C.Y., Yu, W., Wu, Y., Lee, M., Wu, J., Poh, D., Wan, W.K., Rha, S.Y., So, J., Salto-Tellez, M., Yeoh, K.G., Wong, W.K., Zhu, Y.-J., Futreal, P.A., Pang, B., Ruan, Y., Hillmer, A.M., Bertrand, D., Nagarajan, N., Rozen, S., Teh, B.T., Tan, P. (2012). Exome sequencing of gastric adenocarcinoma identifies recurrent somatic mutations in cell adhesion and chromatin remodeling genes. Nature Genetics 44 (5) : 570-574. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.2246
Abstract: Gastric cancer is a major cause of global cancer mortality. We surveyed the spectrum of somatic alterations in gastric cancer by sequencing the exomes of 15 gastric adenocarcinomas and their matched normal DNAs. Frequently mutated genes in the adenocarcinomas included TP53 (11/15 tumors), PIK3CA (3/15) and ARID1A (3/15). Cell adhesion was the most enriched biological pathway among the frequently mutated genes. A prevalence screening confirmed mutations in FAT4, a cadherin family gene, in 5% of gastric cancers (6/110) and FAT4 genomic deletions in 4% (3/83) of gastric tumors. Frequent mutations in chromatin remodeling genes (ARID1A, MLL3 and MLL) also occurred in 47% of the gastric cancers. We detected ARID1A mutations in 8% of tumors (9/110), which were associated with concurrent PIK3CA mutations and microsatellite instability. In functional assays, we observed both FAT4 and ARID1A to exert tumor-suppressor activity. Somatic inactivation of FAT4 and ARID1A may thus be key tumorigenic events in a subset of gastric cancers. © 2012 Nature America, Inc. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Nature Genetics
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/43144
ISSN: 10614036
DOI: 10.1038/ng.2246
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