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  PDX primary renal cell carcinoma

Overall DesignIn order to identify successful clonal propagation from patient to PDX samples and understand pathogenesis from primary to metastatic RCC, we performed whole-exome sequencing (WES, n=4) and matched aCGH (n=4) on bulk tumor samples. And we utilized single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) to model and dissect functional heterogeneity acroass primary and metastatic RCC tumors. We checked whether of capturing live one cell, not more cells, in microfluidics by fluorescent microscopic observation. To construct RNA sequencing libraries, we performed further quality controls including adequate quantities and qualities of amplified transcriptomes respectively from single cells. Tumor cells from the parental mRCC (n=34), PDX-mRCC (n=36) and PDX-pRCC (n=46) were finally analyzed in this study after filtering out poor quality cells.
SummaryClear cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC) initiated from the renal epithelium is the most prevalent histological type of adult kidney cancers. Dissecting intratumoral heterogeneity (ITH) of ccRCC has leveraged to extend our knowledge on how primary tumors harboring driver mutations evolve and spread to other sites. The cellular fractions within and across the primary (pRCC) and metastatic RCC (mRCC) are heterogeneous in both their genetic and biological features determining the variability in clinical aggressiveness and sensitivity to the therapy. To achieve sustainable therapeutic benefit with targeted agents in mRCC, the effective target should focus on signaling pathways that are related to driver mutations occurred early in the clonal evolution of the disease and thus should be common to primary tumor and metastatic sites. Considering that extensive genetic heterogeneity may result in drug response variability among patients and treatment resistance, the tailored strategies for metastatic RCC is urgently needed. Here, we analyze single-cell RNA-seq (scRNA-seq) data from a matched primary RCC (pRCC) and lung metastasis (mRCC) to dissect ITH at the highest resolution to date with the objective of discovering the better therapeutic regimen.
Dataset viewGSE73121

Samples in PDX primary renal cell carcinoma

Displaying 31-40 of 47 results.
SeriesSampleInstrumentOrganismTitleCell Source
GSE73121GSM1887283Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_66PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887284Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_67PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887285Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_68PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887286Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_70PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887287Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_72PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887288Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_73PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887289Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_75PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887290Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_78PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887291Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_79PDX primary renal cell carcinoma
GSE73121GSM1887292Illumina HiSeq 2500Homo sapiensPDX_pRCC_SC_84PDX primary renal cell carcinoma

Gene rank in PDX primary renal cell carcinoma

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