PDX Breast Cancer Model WHIM14

Technical Information
Published in Cell Reports, WHIM14 is a highly characterized, triple negative (HER2-, ER-, PR-) PDX model of breast cancer. Derived from a skin metastasis, this line has been subjected to whole genome sequencing and possesses an I195T mutation in p53.

Technical Data

Whole Genome Sequenced
Yes
RNA Sequence
Yes

Tumor Information

Availability
Available
Tumor Site
Metastasis: Skin
Patient Number
14

Patient Demographics

Age at Diagnosis
41
Patient Race
Caucasian
Family History
Maternal aunt

PAM50 Subtype

PAM50 Originating Tumor
Basal
PAM50 Early Passage
Basal
PAM50 Late Passage
Basal

Genotype/Mutations

ER Status
Negative
PR Status
Negative
HER2 Status
Negative
p53 Genotype
I195T
PIK3CA Genotype
WT
ESR1 Genotype
WT
Phosphoprotein Highest Rank
N/A

Pathology

Specimen Type
Punch -- chest recurrence
Clinical Stage, Diagnosis
2A
Pathological Stage
2B
Sample Stage
4
Pathology
Ductal
Tumor Grade
3
Metastatic Site List
Bone; Nodes; Lung; Pleura; Liver; Chest wall
Systemic Treatments
Neoadjuvant 5FU, Epirubicin, Cyclophosphamide, followed by docetaxol; adjuvant clodronate on bisphosphonate study; recur to chest wall, nodes and pleura; Grafted sample for WHIM14; iixabepilone, capecitabine x1 cycle; capecitabine d/c for toxicities, continue ixempra x6 cycles; doxorubicin, bevacizumab, temsirolimus on protocol; PI3 Kinase inhibitor (GSK2126458) on phase I study; possible dose carboplatin, gemcitabine
Overall Survival (months)
37

PAM50 Subtype Expression

PAM50 Subtype Microarray
PDX Breast Cancer Model WHIM14 - PAM50 Subtype Microarray
Microarray showing PAM50 subtype. Unsupervised hierarchical clustering of samples using all genes of the microarrays except the stromal-related genes. The colors of the array tree and the squares below the tree denote the subtype call of each sample. Red, basal-like; pink, HER2-enriched; dark blue, lumenal A; light blue, lumenal B; yellow, Claudin-low. Below the array tree and the subtype identification row, the heatmap of the 50 PAM50 genes as well as selected tight-junction-related genes (E-cadherin [CDH1], claudin 3 [CLDN3], CLDN4, and CLDN7) are shown. The stromal-related genes were identified after a two-class paired SAM was performed with an FDR of 0% between 18 paired progenitor human tumors and xenografts.
PAM50 Microarray Validation
PDX Breast Cancer Model WHIM14 - PAM50 Microarray Validation
Validation of PAM50 microarray. Coclustering of 250 human breast samples representing all the PAM50 intrinsic subtypes and 22 HIM models using the 50 PAM50 genes. Gene expression data of all samples has been obtained using 244K Agilent microarrays.
Claudin Low Signature
PDX Breast Cancer Model WHIM14 - Claudin Low Signature
Microarray of 807 genes that make up the Claudin-low signature. On the right, the expression of each gene (up- or downregulated) of the Claudin-low signature is shown. The two Claudin-low samples (WHIM12 and WHIM17) are identified below the array tree.

ER, HER2 and PR Expression

ER and HER2 Western Blots
PDX Breast Cancer Model WHIM14 - ER and HER2 Western Blots
ER and HER2 protein expression. Tumor lysates from ER-positive (A) and ER-negative (B) WHIM lines were analyzed by western blot to confirm ER and HER2 status. Lysates from ER-negative WHIM lines were also probed with antibodies against the cytokeratin 5/6 (CK 5/6) and CD44 markers. The MCF7 (ER-positive), SKBR3 (ER-negative, HER2-positive) and MDA-MB-231 (ER-negative, CD44-positive) breast cancer cell lines were included as blotting controls.

Circos Plots & Phosphoprotein Expression

Circos Plots
PDX Breast Cancer Model WHIM14 - Circos Plots
Circos Plots and Variant Allele Frequency Plots. Overall the Circos plots show closely matched SV and CNV in the tumor of origin and the paired WHIM line. To compare differences in mutant allele frequency between the originating tumor and the PDX counterpart, the read counts for each mutant and wild-type allele were expressed as a percentage of all reads at that position and analyzed by scatter plot and simple correlation coefficient. These show considerably more variation in the human to PDX comparisons but variant allele frequencies are, nonetheless, often preserved.
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