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Poster lunch

858 - Biomarker prevalence in high grade glioma patients from Siloam Hospital Karawaci Indonesia (130P)

Date

18 Nov 2017

Session

Poster lunch

Topics

Translational Research;  Central Nervous System Malignancies

Presenters

Gintang Prayogi

Citation

Annals of Oncology (2017) 28 (suppl_10): x35-x38. 10.1093/annonc/mdx657

Authors

G. Prayogi1, Z.G. Wuisan2, D. Budiharko1, T.P. Putra3, N. Masykura1, P.D. Prasetiyo4, J. July4, E.J. Wahjoepramono4, A.R. Utomo1

Author affiliations

  • 1 Cancer Translational Research, Stemcell and Cancer Institute, PT. Kalbe Farma Tbk., 13210 - Jakarta/ID
  • 2 Pharmaceutical Biology, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University, Bonn/DE
  • 3 Cancer Translational Research, Kalbe Genomics Laboratory, PT. Innolab Science Intl., 13210 - Jakarta/ID
  • 4 Faculty Of Medicine, Departement Of Neurosurgery, Pelita Harapan University, Siloam Hospital Karawaci, 15115 - Tangerang/ID
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Abstract 858

Background

High Grade Gliomas (HGG) are most common types of primary brain tumor, characterized by poor prognosis and immune evasion properties. Molecular profiling of HGG patients may help clinicians in developing therapeutic strategies. However, molecular profiles of Indonesian patients are rarely studied. We investigated the prevalence of O6-methylguanine-DNA methyltransferase (MGMT) promoter methylation and Isocitrate Dehydrogenase (IDH) mutation as a primary prognostic biomarkers for chemotherapy, as well as Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGFR) and Tumor Protein 53 (TP53) Expressions to describe HGG molecular properties in indonesian patient cohort.

Methods

FFPE tumor samples from Siloam hospital (N = 43 patients) were analyzed using methylation Specific PCR, High Resolution melting PCR, and Direct sequencing to identify methylation of MGMT promoter and mutation of IDH gene. Immunohistochemistry staining methods were performed to analyze expressions of EGFR and TP53 proteins. Statistic analysis were used to describe its association with age groups and histological classification [Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) vs (Non-GBM) HGG].

Results

Four samples were discarded from analysis due to lack of viable tumor cells. GBM cases made up 64% of total sample (25/39) with median age 53 years old. The MGMT methylation rate was 36% (9/25) and more frequent in non-GBM groups (31% vs 44%; GBM vs non-GBM respectively). IDH1 mutation (R132H) were detected in 15% patient (6/39) and significantly related with non-GBM case (p = 0.0163). TP53 and EGFR protein expressions were detected in 73.6% (28/38) and 34% (13/38) of sample respectively. TP53 expressions were found frequently in non-GBM patients, whereas EGFR was most common in GBM patients. Overall survival analyses showed patients with overexpressed p53 proteins had good prognosis (p = 0.012).

Conclusions

Our retrospective study revealed the MGMT promoter methylation (36%) and IDH mutation rates (15%) and patterns were consistent to common features of HGG. Moreover, frequent p53 expression in our non GBM cohort was consistent with secondary nature of HGG and was associated with good prognosis. Our study may help improving treatment strategy based on distinct biomolecular characteristics.

Clinical trial identification

Legal entity responsible for the study

Institutional Review Board, Stemcell And Cancer Institute, PT. Kalbe Farma TBK

Funding

PT. Kalbe Farma, Tbk

Funding

PT. Kalbe Farma, Tbk

Disclosure

All authors have declared no conflicts of interest.

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