The aim of your study is to characterize serrated lesions according to their molecular patterns, specifically BRAF/KRAS mutation, methylation, and microsatellite statuses. We evaluated the molecular patterns of 163 serrated lesions, including 37 microvesicular hyperplastic polyps, 73 sessile serrated adenomas/polyps (SSA/Ps), 31 traditional serrated adenomas, and 22 SSA/Ps with cytological dysplasia/adenocarcinoma.
Mutations in BRAF (V600E)/KRAS (exon 2) and microsatellite status [microsatellite stability (MSS) vs. MSI] were examined using a pyrosequencer and the PCR-based microsatellite method, respectively. DNA methylation status was classified as low (LME), intermediate (IME), or high methylation epigenotype (HME) according to a PCR-based two-step method. In addition, mucin and annexin A10 expression was examined. Finally, we performed a hierarchical clustering analysis of the BRAF/KRAS mutation, DNA methylation, and microsatellite statuses.
The molecular patterns observed in the serrated lesions could be divided into five subgroups: lesions characterized by (1) BRAF mutation, HME, and MSI; (2) BRAF mutation, HME, and MSS; (3) BRAF mutation, LME/IME, and MSS; (4) no BRAF/KRAS mutations, LME/IME, and MSS; and (5) KRAS mutation, LME/IME, and MSS. In addition, we demonstrated that these observed molecular patterns help identify the associations of the molecular patterns and markers (i.e., mucin and annexin A10) with the clinicopathological findings, including histological features and histological diagnosis.
We suggest that the identified molecular patterns play an important role in the pathway of serrated lesion development.
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- Molecular Profiling Based on KRAS/BRAF Mutation, Methylation, and Microsatellite Statuses in Serrated Lesions
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