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Xu XS, Moreau P, Usmani SZ, Lonial S, Jakubowiak A, Oriol A, Krishnan A, Bladé J, Luo M, Sun YN, Zhou H, Nnane I, Deraedt W, Qi M, Ukropec J, Clemens PL

Split First Dose Administration of Intravenous Daratumumab for the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma (MM): Clinical and Population Pharmacokinetic Analyses.

Adv Ther Apr 2020, 37 (4) 1464-1478. Epub 20 Feb 2020
Daratumumab, a human immunoglobulin Gκ monoclonal antibody targeting CD38, is approved as monotherapy and in combination with standard-of-care regimens for multiple myeloma. In clinical studies, the median durations of the first, second, and subsequent intravenous infusions of daratumumab were 7.0, 4.3, and 3.4 h, respectively. Splitting the first intravenous infusion of daratumumab over 2 days is an approved alternative dosing regimen to reduce the duration of the first infusion and provide flexibility for patients and healthcare providers.
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Adema V, Palomo L, Toma A, Kosmider O, Fuster-Tormo F, Benito R, Salgado R, Such E, Larrayoz MJ, Xicoy B, Hernandez-Sanchez JM, Maietta P, Neef A, Fontenay M, Ibañez M, Diez-Campelo M, Alvarez S, Maciejewski JP, Fenaux P, Sole F

Distinct mutational pattern of myelodysplastic syndromes with and without 5q- treated with lenalidomide.

Br. J. Haematol. 9 Mar 2020, . Epub 9 Mar 2020More information
Crisà E, Kulasekararaj AG, Adema V, Such E, Schanz J, Haase D, Shirneshan K, Best S, Mian SA, Kizilors A, Cervera J, Lea N, Ferrero D, Germing U, Hildebrandt B, Martínez ABV, Santini V, Sanz GF, Solé F, Mufti GJ

Impact of somatic mutations in myelodysplastic patients with isolated partial or total loss of chromosome 7.

Leukemia 17 Feb 2020, . Epub 17 Feb 2020
Monosomy 7 [-7] and/or partial loss of chromosome 7 [del(7q)] are associated with poor and intermediate prognosis, respectively, in myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS), but somatic mutations may also play a key complementary role. We analyzed the impact on the outcomes of deep targeted mutational screening in 280 MDS patients with -7/del(7q) as isolated cytogenetic abnormality (86 with del(7q) and 194 with -7). Patients with del(7q) or -7 had similar demographic and disease-related characteristics. Somatic mutations were detected in 79% (93/117) of patients (82% in -7 and 73% in del(7q) group). Median number of mutations per patient was 2 (range 0-8). There was no difference in mutation frequency between the two groups. Patients harbouring ≥2 mutations had a worse outcome than patients with <2 or no mutations (leukaemic transformation at 24 months, 38% and 20%, respectively, p = 0.044). Untreated patients with del(7q) had better overall survival (OS) compared with -7 (median OS, 34 vs 17 months, p = 0.034). In multivariable analysis, blast count, TP53 mutations and number of mutations were independent predictors of OS, whereas the cytogenetic subgroups did not retain prognostic relevance. This study highlights the importance of mutational analysis in terms of prognosis in MDS patients with isolated -7 or del(7q).
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Li ST, Wang J, Wei R, Shi R, Adema V, Nagata Y, Kerr CM, Kuzmanovic T, Przychodzen B, Sole F, Maciejewski JP, LaFramboise T

Rare germline variant contributions to myeloid malignancy susceptibility.

Leukemia 7 Jan 2020, . Epub 7 Jan 2020More information
McGraw KL, Cheng CH, Chen YA, Hou HA, Nilsson B, Genovese G, Cluzeau T, Pellagatti A, Przychodzen BP, Mallo M, Arenillas L, Mohamedali A, Adès L, Sallman DA, Padron E, Sokol L, Moreilhon C, Raynaud S, Tien HF, Boultwood J, Ebert BL, Sole F, Fenaux P, Mufti GJ, Maciejewski JP, Kanetsky PA, List AF

Non-del(5q) myelodysplastic syndromes-associated loci detected by SNP-array genome-wide association meta-analysis.

Blood Adv 26 Nov 2019, 3 (22) 3579-3589.
Myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) are hematopoietic stem cell malignancies. Known predisposing factors to adult MDS include rare germline mutations, cytotoxic therapy, age-related clonal hematopoiesis, and autoimmune or chronic inflammatory disorders. To date, no published studies characterizing MDS-associated germline susceptibility polymorphisms exist. We performed a genome-wide association study of 2 sample sets (555 MDS cases vs 2964 control subjects; 352 MDS cases vs 2640 control subjects) in non-del(5q) MDS cases of European genomic ancestry. Meta-analysis identified 8 MDS-associated loci at 1q31.1 (PLA2G4A), 3p14.1 (FAM19A4), 5q21.3 (EFNA5), 6p21.33, 10q23.1 (GRID1), 12q24.32, 15q26.1, and 20q13.12 (EYA2) that approached genome-wide significance. Gene expression for 5 loci that mapped within or near genes was significantly upregulated in MDS bone marrow cells compared with those of control subjects (P < .01). Higher PLA2G4A expression and lower EYA2 expression were associated with poorer overall survival (P = .039 and P = .037, respectively). Higher PLA2G4A expression is associated with mutations in NRAS (P < .001), RUNX1 (P = .012), ASXL1 (P = .007), and EZH2 (P = .038), all of which are known to contribute to MDS development. EYA2 expression was an independently favorable risk factor irrespective of age, sex, and Revised International Scoring System score (relative risk, 0.67; P = .048). Notably, these genes have regulatory roles in innate immunity, a critical driver of MDS pathogenesis. EYA2 overexpression induced innate immune activation, whereas EYA2 inhibition restored colony-forming potential in primary MDS cells indicative of hematopoietic restoration and possible clinical relevance. In conclusion, among 8 suggestive MDS-associated loci, 5 map to genes upregulated in MDS with functional roles in innate immunity and potential biological relevance to MDS.
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Palomo L, Ibáñez M, Abáigar M, Vázquez I, Álvarez S, Cabezón M, Tazón-Vega B, Rapado I, Fuster-Tormo F, Cervera J, Benito R, Larrayoz MJ, Cigudosa JC, Zamora L, Valcárcel D, Cedena MT, Acha P, Hernández-Sánchez JM, Fernández-Mercado M, Sanz G, Hernández-Rivas JM, Calasanz MJ, Solé F, Such E

Spanish Guidelines for the use of targeted deep sequencing in myelodysplastic syndromes and chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia.

Br. J. Haematol. 16 Oct 2019, . Epub 16 Oct 2019
The landscape of medical sequencing has rapidly changed with the evolution of next generation sequencing (NGS). These technologies have contributed to the molecular characterization of the myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia (CMML), through the identification of recurrent gene mutations, which are present in >80% of patients. These mutations contribute to a better classification and risk stratification of the patients. Currently, clinical laboratories include NGS genomic analyses in their routine clinical practice, in an effort to personalize the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of MDS and CMML. NGS technologies have reduced the cost of large-scale sequencing, but there are additional challenges involving the clinical validation of these technologies, as continuous advances are constantly being made. In this context, it is of major importance to standardize the generation, analysis, clinical interpretation and reporting of NGS data. To that end, the Spanish MDS Group (GESMD) has expanded the present set of guidelines, aiming to establish common quality standards for the adequate implementation of NGS and clinical interpretation of the results, hoping that this effort will ultimately contribute to the benefit of patients with myeloid malignancies.
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Baptista MJ, Sole F, Polliack A, Matutes E

Report of the International Splenic Lymphoma Study Group meeting held in 2019 in Barcelona, Spain.

Leuk. Lymphoma 15 Oct 2019, 1-3. Epub 15 Oct 2019More information
Acha P, Xandri M, Fuster-Tormo F, Palomo L, Xicoy B, Cabezón M, Marcé S, Granada I, Vela D, Sagüés M, Boque C, Plensa E, Pineda A, Feliu E, Solé F, Zamora L

Diagnostic and prognostic contribution of targeted NGS in patients with triple-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms.

Am. J. Hematol. Oct 2019, 94 (10) E264-E267. Epub 6 Aug 2019More information
Ganster C, Müller-Thomas C, Haferlach C, Strupp C, Ogata K, Germing U, Hildebrandt B, Mallo M, Lübbert M, Müller C, Solé F, Götze KS, Vandenberghe P, Göhring G, Steinmetz T, Kröger N, Platzbecker U, Söling U, Raynaud S, Shirneshan K, Schanz J, Haase D

Comprehensive analysis of isolated der(1;7)(q10;p10) in a large international homogenous cohort of patients with myelodysplastic syndromes.

Genes Chromosomes Cancer 17 Apr 2019, . Epub 17 Apr 2019
The karyotype is a strong independent prognostic factor in myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS). Since the implementation of the new comprehensive cytogenetic scoring system for MDS, chromosome 7 anomalies are no longer generally assigned to poor risk features but are thoroughly separated. However, der(1;7)(q10;p10), hereinafter der(1;7), is merged into the group labeled "any other single" and belongs to the intermediate risk group, just by definition due to lack of adequate clinical data. The aim of our international collaborative was to clarify the "real" prognostic impact of der(1;7) on a homogenous and well-documented data base. We performed detailed analysis of 63 MDS patients with isolated der(1;7) constituting the largest cohort hitherto reported. Furthermore, clinical data are compared with those of patients with isolated del(7q) and isolated monosomy 7. Median overall survival (OS) of patients with der(1;7) is 26 months (hazard ratio (HR) 0.91 for del(7q) vs der(1;7) and 2.53 for monosomy 7 vs der(1;7)). The der(1;7) is associated with profound thrombocytopenia most probably causing the reduced OS which is in striking contrast to the low risk for AML transformation (HR 3.89 for del(7q) vs der(1;7) and 5.88 for monosomy 7 vs der(1;7)). Molecular karyotyping indicates that der(1;7) is generated in a single step during mitosis and that a chromosomal imbalance rather than a single disrupted gene accounts for malignancy. Thus, the current cytogenetic scoring system assigning isolated der(1;7) to the intermediate risk group is now confirmed by a sufficient data set.
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Ribera J, Granada I, Morgades M, Vives S, Genescà E, González C, Nomdedeu J, Escoda L, Montesinos P, Mercadal S, Coll R, González-Campos J, Abella E, Barba P, Bermúdez A, Gil C, Tormo M, Pedreño M, Martínez-Carballeira D, Hernández-Rivas JM, Orfao A, Martínez-López J, Esteve J, Bravo P, Garcia-Guiñon A, Debén G, Moraleda JM, Queizán JA, Ortín X, Moreno MJ, Feliu E, Solé F, Ribera JM

The poor prognosis of low hypodiploidy in adults with B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is restricted to older adults and elderly patients.

Br. J. Haematol. 27 Mar 2019, . Epub 27 Mar 2019
The prognostic significance of low-hypodiploidy has not been extensively evaluated in minimal residual disease (MRD)-oriented protocols for adult acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). We analysed the outcome of hypodiploid adult ALL patients treated within Programa Español de Tratamientos en Hematología (PETHEMA) protocols. The 5-year cumulative incidence of relapse (CIR) of low-hypodiploid B-cell precursor (BCP)-ALL was significantly higher than that of high-hypodiploids (52% vs. 12%, P = 0.013). Low-hypodiploid BCP-ALL patients aged ≤35 years showed superior survival (71% vs. 21%, P = 0.026) and lower 5-year CIR (17% vs. 66%, P = 0.090) than low-hypodiploids aged >35 years. Older adults and elderly low-hypodiploid BCP-ALL patients show dismal prognosis although achieving an end-induction good MRD response.
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