Mantle cell lymphoma-like lymphomas in c-myc-3'RR/p53+/- mice and c-myc-3'RR/Cdk4R24C mice: Differential oncogenic mechanisms but similar cellular origin

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Mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) is a malignant lymphoproliferative B-cell disorder that does not occur spontaneously in mice but experimental mice model have been developed. Recently two different mice models prone to develop MCL-like lymphomas were generated: c-myc-3'RR/Cdk4R24C mice and c-myc-3'RR/p53+/- mice. Comparison of their gene expression profiles does not highlight specific differences other than those in relation with their specific mutational status (i.e., Cdk4R24C mutation or p53 mutation). We propose that similarly to typical human MCL and its blastoid or cyclin-D1 variants that correspond to the same genetic entity, MCL-like lymphomas of c-myc-3'RR/p53+/- mice and c-myc-3'RR/Cdk4R24C mice represent a spectrum of the same entity. © Rouaud et al.

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Rouaud, P., Fiancette, R., Vincent-Fabert, C., Magnone, V., Cogné, M., Dubus, P., & Denizot, Y. (2012). Mantle cell lymphoma-like lymphomas in c-myc-3’RR/p53+/- mice and c-myc-3’RR/Cdk4R24C mice: Differential oncogenic mechanisms but similar cellular origin. Oncotarget, 3(5), 586–593.

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