TITLE

Germline copy number variation of genes involved in chromatin remodelling in families suggestive of Li-Fraumeni syndrome with brain tumours

AUTHOR(S)
Aury-Landas, Juliette; Bougeard, Gaëlle; Castel, Hélène; Hernandez-Vargas, Hector; Drouet, Aurélie; Latouche, Jean-Baptiste; Schouft, Marie-Thérèse; Férec, Claude; Leroux, Dominique; Lasset, Christine; Coupier, Isabelle; Caron, Olivier; Herceg, Zdenko; Frebourg, Thierry; Flaman, Jean-Michel
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
European Journal of Human Genetics;Dec2013, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p1369
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Germline alterations of the tumour suppressor TP53 gene are detected approximately in 25% of the families suggestive of Li-Fraumeni syndrome (LFS), characterised by a genetic predisposition to a wide tumour spectrum, including soft-tissue sarcomas, osteosarcomas, premenopausal breast cancers, brain tumours, adrenocortical tumours, plexus choroid tumours, leukaemia and lung cancer. The aim of this study was to determine the contribution of germline copy number variations (CNVs) to LFS in families without detectable TP53 mutation. Using a custom-designed high-resolution array CGH, we evaluated the presence of rare germline CNVs in 64 patients fulfilling the Chompret criteria for LFS, but without any detectable TP53 alteration. In 15 unrelated patients, we detected 20 new CNVs absent in 600 controls. Remarkably, in four patients who had developed each brain tumour, the detected CNV overlap the KDM1A, MTA3, TRRAP or SIRT3 genes encoding p53 partners involved in histone methylation or acetylation. Focused analysis of SIRT3 showed that the CNV encompassing SIRT3 leads to SIRT3 overexpression, and that in vitro SIRT3 overexpression prevents apoptosis, increases G2/M and results in a hypermethylation of numerous genes. This study supports the causal role of germline alterations of genes involved in chromatin remodelling in genetic predisposition to cancer and, in particular, to brain tumours.
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91944793

 

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