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Circulating tumor cells for comprehensive and multiregional non-invasive genetic characterization of multiple myeloma
Autores: Garcés Latre, Juan José; Bretones, G. ; Burgos Rodríguez, Leire; Valdés-Más, R.; Puig, N.; Cedena, M. T.; Alignani, Diego Oscar; Rodríguez, I.; Álvarez Puente, D.; García Álvarez, M.; Goicoechea Oroz, Ibai; Rodríguez Díaz, Saray; Calasanz Abinzano, María José; Aguirre Ena, Xabier; Flores-Montero, J.; Sanoja-Flores, L.; Rodríguez Otero, Paula; Ríos, R.; Martínez-López, J.; Millacoy, P.; Palomera, L.; Del Orbe, R.; Pérez-Montana, A.; El Omri, H.; Prosper Cardoso, Felipe; Mateos, M. V.; Rosinol, L. ; Blade, J.; Lahuerta, J. J.; Orfao, A.; López-Otín, C. ; San Miguel Izquierdo, Jesús; Paiva, Bruno (Autor de correspondencia); GEM/PETHEMA
Título de la revista: LEUKEMIA
ISSN: 0887-6924
Volumen: 34
Número: 11
Páginas: 3007 - 3018
Fecha de publicación: 2020
Lugar: WOS
Multiple myeloma (MM) patients undergo repetitive bone marrow (BM) aspirates for genetic characterization. Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are detectable in peripheral blood (PB) of virtually all MM cases and are prognostic, but their applicability for noninvasive screening has been poorly investigated. Here, we used next-generation flow (NGF) cytometry to isolate matched CTCs and BM tumor cells from 53 patients and compared their genetic profile. In eight cases, tumor cells from extramedullary (EM) plasmacytomas were also sorted and whole-exome sequencing was performed in the three spatially distributed tumor samples. CTCs were detectable by NGF in the PB of all patients with MM. Based on the cancer cell fraction of clonal and subclonal mutations, we found that similar to 22% of CTCs egressed from a BM (or EM) site distant from the matched BM aspirate. Concordance between BM tumor cells and CTCs was high for chromosome arm-level copy number alterations (>= 95%) though not for translocations (39%). All high-risk genetic abnormalities except one t(4;14) were detected in CTCs whenever present in BM tumor cells. Noteworthy, >= 82% mutations present in BM and EM clones were detectable in CTCs. Altogether, these results support CTCs for noninvasive risk-stratification of MM patients based on their numbers and genetic profile.