Mosaic Analysis with Double Markers Reveals Tumor Cell of Origin in Glioma

@article{Liu2011MosaicAW,
  title={Mosaic Analysis with Double Markers Reveals Tumor Cell of Origin in Glioma},
  author={Chong Liu and Jonathan C. Sage and Michael R Miller and Roel G W Verhaak and Simon Hippenmeyer and Hannes S. Vogel and Oded Foreman and Roderick Terry Bronson and Akiko Nishiyama and Liqun Luo and Hui Zong},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2011},
  volume={146},
  pages={209-221}
}
Cancer cell of origin is difficult to identify by analyzing cells within terminal stage tumors, whose identity could be concealed by the acquired plasticity. Thus, an ideal approach to identify the cell of origin is to analyze proliferative abnormalities in distinct lineages prior to malignancy. Here, we use mosaic analysis with double markers (MADM) in mice to model gliomagenesis by initiating concurrent p53/Nf1 mutations sporadically in neural stem cells (NSCs). Surprisingly, MADM-based… CONTINUE READING
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