Detección de mutaciones en el dominio tirosina quinasa de BCR-ABL1 en pacientes colombianos con leucemia mieloide crónica LMC, resistentes al imatinib

  • Vásquez Palacio G
  • Ramírez G
  • Muskus C
  • et al.
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Objectives: To determine the type and frequency of mutations in the tyrosine kinase domain of the BCR-ABL1 gene associated with failure to respond to treatment with Imatinib and Imatinib in patients with CMK, and to correlate the mutation profile with the clinical and demographic variables, as well as the cytogenetic and molecular response. Materials and methods: A descriptive prospective study was carried out on patients with CML treated with Imatinib. Karyotyping and analysis of the BCR-ABL1 domain mutations were performed on the patients using nested PCR. Results: Four types of mutations were found in the 23 patients studied, of which two of them were the E225 mutation, one with the H396P mutation, another with a double mutation L387L and T389P. Both the E255K mutation located in the P-loop region, and H396P mutation in the A-loop region, are associated with a poor prognosis. The T389P mutation located within A-loop region has not been reported in any of the databases. Conclusions: Four mutations were found in the tyrosine kinase domain (E255K, H396P, L387L and T389P) were found in this study. These findings provide valuable information and as a guideline to help make treatment decisions. It is important to point out that this analytical study on mutations of the BCR-ABL domain is the first one carried out in the country and, specifically, in a tri-ethnic population.

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Vásquez Palacio, G., Ramírez, G. C., Muskus, C. E., Torres, J. D., & Aya, C. A. (2018). Detección de mutaciones en el dominio tirosina quinasa de BCR-ABL1 en pacientes colombianos con leucemia mieloide crónica LMC, resistentes al imatinib. Revista Colombiana de Cancerología, 22(1), 8–17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rccan.2018.02.001

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