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The genetic landscape of dural marginal zone lymphomas

Ganapathi, Karthik A.; Jobanputra, Vaidehi; Iwamoto, Fabio M.; Jain, Preti; Chen, Jinli; Cascione, Luciano; Nahum, Odelia; Levy, Brynn; Xie, Yi; Khattar, Pallavi; Hoehn, Daniela; Bertoni, Francesco; Vundavalli, Murty V.; Pittaluga, Stefania; Jaffe, Elaine S.; Alobeid, Bachir; Mansukhani, Mahesh M.; Bhagat, Govind

The dura is a rare site of involvement by marginal zone lymphoma (MZL) and the biology of dural MZL is not well understood. We performed genome-wide DNA copy number and targeted mutational analysis of 14 dural MZL to determine the genetic landscape of this entity. Monoallelic and biallelic inactivation of TNFAIP3 by mutation (n=5) or loss (n=1) was observed in 6/9 (67%) dural MZL exhibiting plasmacytic differentiation, including 3 IgG4+ cases. In contrast, activating NOTCH2 mutations were detected in 4/5 (80%) dural MZL displaying variable monocytoid morphology. Inactivating TBL1XR1 mutations were identified in all NOTCH2 mutated cases. Recurrent mutations in KLHL6 (n=2) and MLL2 (n=2) were also detected. Gains at 6p25.3 (n=2) and losses at 1p36.32 (n=3) were common chromosomal imbalances, with loss of heterozygosity (LOH) of these loci observed in a subset of cases. Translocations involving the IGH or MALT1 genes were not identified. Our results indicate genetic similarities between dural MZL and other MZL subtypes. However, recurrent and mutually exclusive genetic alterations of TNFAIP3 and NOTCH2 appear to be associated with distinct disease phenotypes in dural MZL.

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Neurology
Pathology and Cell Biology
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September 23, 2019
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