Reciprocal and complementary role of MET amplification and EGFR T790M mutation in acquired resistance to kinase inhibitors in lung cancer

  • Suda K
  • Murakami I
  • Katayama T
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In epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) therapy for lung cancer patients, acquired resistance develops almost inevitably and this limits the improvement in patient outcomes. EGFR T790M mutation and MET amplification are the two main mechanisms underlying this resistance, but the relationship between these two mechanisms is unclear. In this study, we explored their relationship using in vitro models and autopsy specimens.

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  • Kenichi Suda

  • Isao Murakami

  • Tatsuya Katayama

  • Kenji Tomizawa

  • Hirotaka Osada

  • Yoshitaka Sekido

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