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Title: Refined cut-off for TP53 immunohistochemistry improves prediction of TP53 mutation status in ovarian mucinous tumors: implications for outcome analyses.
Author: Kang, E.
Cheasley, D.
LePage, C.
Wakefield, M.
de cunha Torres, M.
Rowley, S.
Salazar, C.
Xing, Z.
Allan, P.
Bowtell, D.
Mes-Masson, A.
Provencher, D.
Rahimi, K.
Kelemen, L.
Fasching, P.
Doherty, J.
Goodman, M.
Goode, E.
Deen, S.
Pharoah, P.
Brenton, J.
Sieh, W.
Mateoiu, C.
Sundfeldt, K.
Cook, L.
Le, N.
Anglesio, M.
Gilks, C.
Huntsman, D.
Kennedy, C.
Traficante, N.
deFazio, A.
Kaufmann, S.
Churchman, M.
Gourley, C.
Stephens, A.
Meagher, N.
Ramus, S.
Antill, Y.
Campbell, I.
Scott, C.
Kobel, M.
Gorringe, K.
Institutional Author: Australian Ovarian Cancer Study
GAMuT Collaborators
Issue Date: 2021
Publication Title: Modern Pathology
Volume: 34
Issue: 1
Start Page: 194
End Page: 206
Abstract: TP53 mutations are implicated in the progression of mucinous borderline tumors (MBOT) to mucinous ovarian carcinomas (MOC). Optimized immunohistochemistry (IHC) for TP53 has been established as a proxy for the TP53 mutation status in other ovarian tumor types. We aimed to confirm the ability of TP53 IHC to predict TP53 mutation status in ovarian mucinous tumors and to evaluate the association of TP53 mutation status with survival among patients with MBOT and MOC. Tumor tissue from an initial cohort of 113 women with MBOT/MOC was stained with optimized IHC for TP53 using tissue microarrays (75.2%) or full sections (24.8%) and interpreted using established criteria as normal or abnormal (overexpression, complete absence, or cytoplasmic). Cases were considered concordant if abnormal IHC staining predicted deleterious TP53 mutations. Discordant tissue microarray cases were re-evaluated on full sections and interpretational criteria were refined. The initial cohort was expanded to a total of 165 MBOT and 424 MOC for the examination of the association of survival with TP53 mutation status, assessed either by TP53 IHC and/or sequencing. Initially, 82/113 (72.6%) cases were concordant using the established criteria. Refined criteria for overexpression to account for intratumoral heterogeneity and terminal differentiation improved concordance to 93.8% (106/113). In the expanded cohort, 19.4% (32/165) of MBOT showed evidence for TP53 mutation and this was associated with a higher risk of recurrence, disease-specific death, and all-cause mortality (overall survival: HR = 4.6, 95% CI 1.5-14.3, p = 0.0087). Within MOC, 61.1% (259/424) harbored a TP53 mutation, but this was not associated with survival (overall survival, p = 0.77). TP53 IHC is an accurate proxy for TP53 mutation status with refined interpretation criteria accounting for intratumoral heterogeneity and terminal differentiation in ovarian mucinous tumors. TP53 mutation status is an important biomarker to identify MBOT with a higher risk of mortality.
Description: Includes BHS data.
Internal ID Number: 01736
Health Subject: OVARIAN CANCER
Type: Journal Article
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