Epigenetic regulation of SMARCB1 By miR-206, -381 and -671-5p is evident in a variety of SMARCB1 immunonegative soft tissue sarcomas, while miR-765 appears specific for epithelioid sarcoma. A miRNA study of 223 soft tissue sarcomas

Z. Sápi, Gergő Papp, M. Szendrői, Zsuzsanna Pápai, Vanda Plótár, Thomas Krausz, Christopher D M Fletcher

Research output: Article

20 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear-immunopositivity is characteristic of a certain subset of soft tissue sarcomas (STSs). Our previous work showed that oncomiRs-206,-381, and 671-5p could silence the SMARCB1 mRNA and protein expression and that they display significant overexpression in epithelioid sarcomas (ESs). MiR-765 was overexpressed too, but functionally was inactive in the silencing. In the current work, using quantitative PCR, we conducted a miRNA study of 51 ESs, 20 rhabdoid tumors (RTs), 20 synovial sarcomas (SSs), 15 malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors (MPNSTs), 11 myoepithelial carcinomas (MECs), and 10 extraskeletal myxoid chondrosarcomas (EMCSs) with complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear immunostain, in contrast to controls (SMARCB1-immunopositive) of 96 STSs, 13 melanomas and 10 sarcomatoid carcinomas. The SMARCB1 genetic status of ESs was determined by MLPA and FISH. A subset of ESs (5/51) showed biallelic deletion of SMARCB1 with no overexpression of any miRNA, suggesting these tumors could be the counterpart of pediatric RT, at least genetically. Another subset (5/51) was genetically either intact or monoallelic deleted with at least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381,-671-5p, suggesting epigenetic regulation only. 39/51 ESs had a biallelic deletion (>20% by FISH and/or by MLPA) but with overexpressed miR-206,-381, and 671-5p, suggesting intratumoral heterogeneity, i.e., both genetic and epigenetic regulation. At least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p was detected in all MPNSTs, EMCSs, SSs and 7 MCs. Except for ESs, four SSs and one MPNST, there was no event above threefold overexpression of miR-765 among all 195 tested tumors. Our results suggest a general role of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p in SMARCB1 gene silencing of ES, MC, EMCS, MPNST and SS. In the future, miR-765 could possibly be a diagnostic tool for ES because of its 97% specificity and 80% sensitivity.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)786-802
Number of pages17
JournalGenes Chromosomes and Cancer
Volume55
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - okt. 1 2016

Fingerprint

MicroRNAs
Epigenomics
Sarcoma
Synovial Sarcoma
Neurilemmoma
Rhabdoid Tumor
Carcinoma
Gene Silencing
Melanoma
Neoplasms
Pediatrics
Sensitivity and Specificity
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Messenger RNA

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)
  • Genetics
  • Cancer Research

Cite this

@article{5f3866df275b48fa816fe7f64d20b017,
title = "Epigenetic regulation of SMARCB1 By miR-206, -381 and -671-5p is evident in a variety of SMARCB1 immunonegative soft tissue sarcomas, while miR-765 appears specific for epithelioid sarcoma. A miRNA study of 223 soft tissue sarcomas",
abstract = "Complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear-immunopositivity is characteristic of a certain subset of soft tissue sarcomas (STSs). Our previous work showed that oncomiRs-206,-381, and 671-5p could silence the SMARCB1 mRNA and protein expression and that they display significant overexpression in epithelioid sarcomas (ESs). MiR-765 was overexpressed too, but functionally was inactive in the silencing. In the current work, using quantitative PCR, we conducted a miRNA study of 51 ESs, 20 rhabdoid tumors (RTs), 20 synovial sarcomas (SSs), 15 malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors (MPNSTs), 11 myoepithelial carcinomas (MECs), and 10 extraskeletal myxoid chondrosarcomas (EMCSs) with complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear immunostain, in contrast to controls (SMARCB1-immunopositive) of 96 STSs, 13 melanomas and 10 sarcomatoid carcinomas. The SMARCB1 genetic status of ESs was determined by MLPA and FISH. A subset of ESs (5/51) showed biallelic deletion of SMARCB1 with no overexpression of any miRNA, suggesting these tumors could be the counterpart of pediatric RT, at least genetically. Another subset (5/51) was genetically either intact or monoallelic deleted with at least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381,-671-5p, suggesting epigenetic regulation only. 39/51 ESs had a biallelic deletion (>20{\%} by FISH and/or by MLPA) but with overexpressed miR-206,-381, and 671-5p, suggesting intratumoral heterogeneity, i.e., both genetic and epigenetic regulation. At least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p was detected in all MPNSTs, EMCSs, SSs and 7 MCs. Except for ESs, four SSs and one MPNST, there was no event above threefold overexpression of miR-765 among all 195 tested tumors. Our results suggest a general role of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p in SMARCB1 gene silencing of ES, MC, EMCS, MPNST and SS. In the future, miR-765 could possibly be a diagnostic tool for ES because of its 97{\%} specificity and 80{\%} sensitivity.",
author = "Z. S{\'a}pi and Gergő Papp and M. Szendrői and Zsuzsanna P{\'a}pai and Vanda Pl{\'o}t{\'a}r and Thomas Krausz and Fletcher, {Christopher D M}",
year = "2016",
month = "10",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1002/gcc.22379",
language = "English",
volume = "55",
pages = "786--802",
journal = "Genes Chromosomes and Cancer",
issn = "1045-2257",
publisher = "Wiley-Liss Inc.",
number = "10",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Epigenetic regulation of SMARCB1 By miR-206, -381 and -671-5p is evident in a variety of SMARCB1 immunonegative soft tissue sarcomas, while miR-765 appears specific for epithelioid sarcoma. A miRNA study of 223 soft tissue sarcomas

AU - Sápi, Z.

AU - Papp, Gergő

AU - Szendrői, M.

AU - Pápai, Zsuzsanna

AU - Plótár, Vanda

AU - Krausz, Thomas

AU - Fletcher, Christopher D M

PY - 2016/10/1

Y1 - 2016/10/1

N2 - Complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear-immunopositivity is characteristic of a certain subset of soft tissue sarcomas (STSs). Our previous work showed that oncomiRs-206,-381, and 671-5p could silence the SMARCB1 mRNA and protein expression and that they display significant overexpression in epithelioid sarcomas (ESs). MiR-765 was overexpressed too, but functionally was inactive in the silencing. In the current work, using quantitative PCR, we conducted a miRNA study of 51 ESs, 20 rhabdoid tumors (RTs), 20 synovial sarcomas (SSs), 15 malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors (MPNSTs), 11 myoepithelial carcinomas (MECs), and 10 extraskeletal myxoid chondrosarcomas (EMCSs) with complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear immunostain, in contrast to controls (SMARCB1-immunopositive) of 96 STSs, 13 melanomas and 10 sarcomatoid carcinomas. The SMARCB1 genetic status of ESs was determined by MLPA and FISH. A subset of ESs (5/51) showed biallelic deletion of SMARCB1 with no overexpression of any miRNA, suggesting these tumors could be the counterpart of pediatric RT, at least genetically. Another subset (5/51) was genetically either intact or monoallelic deleted with at least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381,-671-5p, suggesting epigenetic regulation only. 39/51 ESs had a biallelic deletion (>20% by FISH and/or by MLPA) but with overexpressed miR-206,-381, and 671-5p, suggesting intratumoral heterogeneity, i.e., both genetic and epigenetic regulation. At least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p was detected in all MPNSTs, EMCSs, SSs and 7 MCs. Except for ESs, four SSs and one MPNST, there was no event above threefold overexpression of miR-765 among all 195 tested tumors. Our results suggest a general role of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p in SMARCB1 gene silencing of ES, MC, EMCS, MPNST and SS. In the future, miR-765 could possibly be a diagnostic tool for ES because of its 97% specificity and 80% sensitivity.

AB - Complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear-immunopositivity is characteristic of a certain subset of soft tissue sarcomas (STSs). Our previous work showed that oncomiRs-206,-381, and 671-5p could silence the SMARCB1 mRNA and protein expression and that they display significant overexpression in epithelioid sarcomas (ESs). MiR-765 was overexpressed too, but functionally was inactive in the silencing. In the current work, using quantitative PCR, we conducted a miRNA study of 51 ESs, 20 rhabdoid tumors (RTs), 20 synovial sarcomas (SSs), 15 malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors (MPNSTs), 11 myoepithelial carcinomas (MECs), and 10 extraskeletal myxoid chondrosarcomas (EMCSs) with complete/partial loss of SMARCB1 nuclear immunostain, in contrast to controls (SMARCB1-immunopositive) of 96 STSs, 13 melanomas and 10 sarcomatoid carcinomas. The SMARCB1 genetic status of ESs was determined by MLPA and FISH. A subset of ESs (5/51) showed biallelic deletion of SMARCB1 with no overexpression of any miRNA, suggesting these tumors could be the counterpart of pediatric RT, at least genetically. Another subset (5/51) was genetically either intact or monoallelic deleted with at least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381,-671-5p, suggesting epigenetic regulation only. 39/51 ESs had a biallelic deletion (>20% by FISH and/or by MLPA) but with overexpressed miR-206,-381, and 671-5p, suggesting intratumoral heterogeneity, i.e., both genetic and epigenetic regulation. At least threefold overexpression of one of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p was detected in all MPNSTs, EMCSs, SSs and 7 MCs. Except for ESs, four SSs and one MPNST, there was no event above threefold overexpression of miR-765 among all 195 tested tumors. Our results suggest a general role of miR-206,-381, and 671-5p in SMARCB1 gene silencing of ES, MC, EMCS, MPNST and SS. In the future, miR-765 could possibly be a diagnostic tool for ES because of its 97% specificity and 80% sensitivity.

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=84981248743&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=84981248743&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1002/gcc.22379

DO - 10.1002/gcc.22379

M3 - Article

C2 - 27223121

AN - SCOPUS:84981248743

VL - 55

SP - 786

EP - 802

JO - Genes Chromosomes and Cancer

JF - Genes Chromosomes and Cancer

SN - 1045-2257

IS - 10

ER -