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TFE3 Rearrangements in Adult Renal Cell Carcinoma: Clinical and Pathologic Features With Outcome in a Large Series of Consecutively Treated Patients
An assessment of TFE3 rearrangement status in a large series of adults consecutively treated by surgery for RCC confirms that RCCs with TFE1-rearrangement account for only approximately 1% of adult R CCs and suggests that adult RCC with T FE3 rearranged may be a clinically aggressive tumor.
Molecular cytogenetic analysis for TFE3 rearrangement in Xp11.2 renal cell carcinoma and alveolar soft part sarcoma: validation and clinical experience with 75 cases
- J. Hodge, Kathryn E. Pearce, Xiaoke Wang, A. Wiktor, André M. Oliveira, P. Greipp
- Medicine, BiologyModern Pathology
It is demonstrated the unbalanced separation is atypical, with TFE3/ASPSCR1 fusion and loss of the derivative X chromosome but also an unanticipated normal X chromosome gain in both males and females.
Lineage-Specific Alterations in Gynecologic Neoplasms with Choriocarcinomatous Differentiation: Implications for Origin and Therapeutics
High PD-L1 expression suggests a role for checkpoint inhibitor–based immunotherapy in tumors with a choriocarcinoma component and the underlying mechanisms by which cancer stem cells reprogram and initiate trophoblastic retrodifferentiation in some somatic tumors warrant further investigation.
Uterine cellular leiomyomata with chromosome 1p deletions represent a distinct entity.
Molecular Cytogenetic Analysis of JAZF1, PHF1, and YWHAE in Endometrial Stromal Tumors: Discovery of Genetic Complexity by Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization.
Distinct ALK-rearranged and VCL-negative papillary renal cell carcinoma variant in two adults without sickle cell trait
It is found that distinct ALK-rearranged and VCL-negative papillary renal cell carcinoma variant in two adults without sickle cell trait is different from each other.
Hyperhaploid plasma cell myeloma characterized by poor outcome and monosomy 17 with frequently co-occurring TP53 mutations
Hyperhaploid plasma cell myeloma characterized by poor outcome and monosomy 17 with frequently co-occurring TP53 mutations Jess F. Peterson, Ross A. Rowsey, Cherisse A. Marcou, Kathryn E. Pearce, Cynthia M. Williamson, Lori A. Williamson and Linda B. Baughn.
Clinical utility of fluorescence in situ hybridization‐based diagnosis of BCR‐ABL1 like (Philadelphia chromosome like) B‐acute lymphoblastic leukemia
This poster presents a poster presented at the 2016 American College of Hematology/Oncology Congress focusing on the development and management of central nervous system disorders in children and young adults.
Differences in genomic abnormalities among African individuals with monoclonal gammopathies using calculated ancestry
Using quantitatively measured African ancestry, it is demonstrated a major proportion of the racial disparity in MM is driven by disparity in the occurrence of the t(11;14), t( 14;16), and t(14;20) types of MM.
Mate pair sequencing improves detection of genomic abnormalities in acute myeloid leukemia
Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) can be subtyped based on recurrent cytogenetic and molecular genetic abnormalities with diagnostic and prognostic significance. Although cytogenetic characterization…