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Series GSE205590 Query DataSets for GSE205590
Status Public on Dec 01, 2023
Title Genome-wide analysis of circulating tumor DNA methylation profiles in cerebrospinal fluid: a clinical trial of oncolytic virus for glioblastoma [mRNA-Seq]
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary Background: Glioblastoma (GBM) is a common malignant tumor of the central nervous system (CNS) with a poor prognosis and short survival period. A novel tumor lysing virus, Ad-TD-nsIL-12, has demonstrated good anti-tumor properties in preclinical studies. However, there is still a gap in the treatment of GBM with Ad-TD-nsIL-12. Methods: We collected cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and tumor tissues from patients injected with Ad-TD-nsIL-12 at different times and analyzed CSF circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) methylation profiles and expression profiles. The differential genes were screened by Lasso Cox regression analyses, and Cox regression analyses. The CIBERSORT algorithm was used to assess the abundance of glioma immune cell infiltration in the TCGA dataset. The role of hub genes in diagnosis, prognosis, and immune cell correlation was analyzed using R software, SPSS software, and Graphpad Prism. Results: By observing the trend of methylation levels in different samples, 3631 differential methylation regions (DMRs) were up-regulated and 497 DMRs were down-regulated after Ad-TD-nsIL-12 injection, and these DMRs recovered their methylation levels within 70-82 days. Combined with the TCGA dataset, eight hub genes were screened to construct diagnostic and prognostic models. There was a significant correlation between hub genes and immune cells. Conclusions: This study analyzed the approximate therapeutic concentrations, doses, and cycles of Ad-TD-nsIL-12 for GBM. Revealed that the hub genes in CSF can be used as a biomarker for the diagnosis and prognosis of GBM, as well as boldly speculated the effect of the hub gene on the immune mechanism of Ad-TD-nsIL-12.
Overall design In this study, circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) was extracted and whole-genome methylation sequenced from a cohort of normal cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) samples and five CSF samples collected at different time from a patient with recurrent glioblastoma. CSF samples from this patient were collected before oncolytic virus injection, after the first oncolytic virus injection, 70 days after the first oncolytic virus injection, after the second oncolytic virus injection, and 82 days after the second oncolytic virus injection. Meanwhile, we collected glioblastoma tissue samples from this patient for mRNA sequencing at the time of the first injection of oncolytic virus and the second injection of oncolytic virus. In addition, we additionally collected a normal brain tissue sample for mRNA sequencing.
Contributor(s) Dai L
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Submission date Jun 07, 2022
Last update date Dec 01, 2023
Contact name Lixin Ma
Organization name Sanbo Brain Hospital
Department Neurosurgery
Street address Haidian District
City Beijing
ZIP/Postal code 100093
Country China
Platforms (1)
GPL24676 Illumina NovaSeq 6000 (Homo sapiens)
Samples (3)
GSM6215255 Tissue, Normal, No injection, N
GSM6215256 Tissue, Glioblastoma, No injection, T1 (day 0)
GSM6215257 Tissue, Glioblastoma, First injection, T3 (day 70)
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE205591 Genome-wide analysis of circulating tumor DNA methylation profiles in cerebrospinal fluid: a clinical trial of oncolytic virus for glioblastoma
BioProject PRJNA846682

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