Evaluation of MT1XT20 single quasi-monomorphic mononucleotide marker for characterizing microsatellite instability in persian lynch syndrome patients

Farahani, N. and Nikpour, P. and Emami, M.H. and Hashemzadeh, M. and Zeinalian, M. and Shariatpanahi, S.S. and Salehi, R. (2016) Evaluation of MT1XT20 single quasi-monomorphic mononucleotide marker for characterizing microsatellite instability in persian lynch syndrome patients. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 17 (9). pp. 4259-4265.

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Abstract

Background: Colorectal malignancies with high microsatellite instability (MSI-H), either hereditary (Lynch syndrome) or sporadic, demonstrate better prognosis and altered response to 5FU chemotherapy. It is now recommended to perform MSI testing for all new cases of colorectal cancer regardless of being categorized as hereditary or sporadic. For MSI detection, immunohistochemistry or PCR-based protocols using a cohort of various sets of STR markers are recommended. Here we aimed to evaluate a simplified protocol using just a single STR marker, MT1XT20 mononucleotide repeat, for detection of MSI in Lynch syndrome patients. A Promega five-marker MSI testing panel and immunohistochemistry (IHC) were used as the gold standard in conjunction with MT1XT20. Materials and Methods: Colorectal patients with a positive history of familial cancers were selected by evaluating medical records. Based on Amsterdam II criteria for Lynch syndrome 20 families were short listed. DNA was extracted from formalin fixed paraffin embedded tumour and adjacent normal tissues resected from the index case in each family. Extracted DNA was subjected to MT1XT20 mononucleotide marker analysis and assessment with a commercially available five marker MSI testing kit (Promega, USA). IHC also was performed on tissue sections and the results were compared with PCR based data. Results: Eight (40%), seven (35%) and five (25%) cases were MSI positive using with the Promega kit, IHC and MT1XT20, respectively. Among the markers included in Promega kit, BAT26 marker showed instability in all 8 samples. NR24 and NR21 markers showed instability in 7 (87.5%), and BAT25 and MONO 27 in 6 (75%) and 5 (62.5%). Conclusions: Although MT1XT20 was earlier reported as a valid standalone marker for MSI testing in CRC patients, we could not verify this in our Iranian patients. Instead BAT26 among the markers included in Promega MSI testing kit showed instability in all 8 MSI-H CRC samples. Therefore, it seems BAT26 could act well as a single marker for MSI testing in Iranian CRC patients.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Colorectal cancer, IHC, Iran, Lynch syndrome, MSI, MT1XT20,Quasi-monomorphic repeats
Subjects: QZ pathology-Neoplasms
Divisions: Reserach Vice-Chancellar Department > Cellular and Molecular Research Center
Depositing User: zahra bagheri .
Date Deposited: 09 Jul 2017 05:24
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2017 05:24
URI: http://eprints.skums.ac.ir/id/eprint/1068

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