muTarget

Nagy, Ádám [Nagy, Ádám (biológia), szerző] Bioinformatika Tanszék (SE / AOK / I); Gyorffy, Balazs ✉ [Győrffy, Balázs (Onkológia), szerző] II. Sz. Gyermekgyógyászati Klinika (SE / AOK / K); Onkológiai Biomarker Kutatócsoport (Lendület) (HRN TTK / MÉI); Bioinformatika Tanszék (SE / AOK / I)

Angol nyelvű Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk) Tudományos
Megjelent: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER 0020-7136 1097-0215 148 (2) pp. 502-511 2021
  • Szociológiai Tudományos Bizottság: B nemzetközi
  • SJR Scopus - Cancer Research: Q1
Azonosítók
Támogatások:
  • (2018-2.1.17-TET-KR-00001) Támogató: NKFI
  • (KH-129581)
  • (Higher Education Institutional Excellence Programme of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology in Hungary, within the framework of the Bionic thematic programme of the Semmelweis University)
  • (ÚNKP-19-3-IV-SE-5) Támogató: Innovációs és Technológiai Minisztérium
  • (ELIXIR Hungary)
Szakterületek:
  • Klinikai orvostan
  • Onkológia
  • Orvos- és egészségtudomány
Large oncology repositories have paired genomic and transcriptomic data for all patients. We used these data to perform two independent analyses: to identify gene expression changes related to a gene mutation and to identify mutations altering the expression of a selected gene. All data processing steps were performed in the R statistical environment. RNA-sequencing and mutation data were acquired from TCGA. The DESeq2 algorithm was applied for RNA-seq normalization, and transcript variants were annotated with BioMart. MuTect2-identified somatic mutation data were utilized, and the MAFtools Bioconductor program was used to summarize the data. The Mann-Whitney test was used for differential expression analysis. The established database contains 7,876 solid tumors from 18 different tumor types with both somatic mutation and RNA-seq data. The utility of the approach is presented via three analyses in breast cancer: gene expression changes related to TP53 mutations, gene expression changes related to CDH1 mutations, and mutations resulting in altered PGR expression. The breast cancer database was split into equally sized training and test sets, and these datasets were analyzed independently. The highly significant overlap of the results (chi-square statistic = 16719.7 and p<0.00001) validates the presented pipeline. Finally, we set up a portal at http://www.mutarget.com enabling the rapid identification of novel mutational targets. By linking somatic mutations and gene expression, it is possible to identify biomarkers and potential therapeutic targets in different types of solid tumors. The registration-free online platform can increase the speed and reduce the development cost of novel personalized therapies.
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2024-07-16 22:25