Glioma through the looking GLASS: molecular evolution of diffuse gliomas and the Glioma Longitudinal Analysis Consortium
AuthorAldape, K; Amin, SB; Ashley, DM; Barnholtz-Sloan, JS; Bates, AJ; Beroukhim, R; Bock, C; Brat, DJ; Claus, EB; Costello, JF; ...
PublisherOXFORD UNIV PRESS INC
AffiliationMedicine and Radiology
Centre for Cancer Research
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsAldape, K., Amin, S. B., Ashley, D. M., Barnholtz-Sloan, J. S., Bates, A. J., Beroukhim, R., Bock, C., Brat, D. J., Claus, E. B., Costello, J. F., de Groot, J. F., Finocchiaro, G., French, P. J., Gan, H. K., Griffith, B., Herold-Mende, C. C., Horbinski, C., Iavarone, A., Kalkanis, S. N. ,... Stead, L. (2018). Glioma through the looking GLASS: molecular evolution of diffuse gliomas and the Glioma Longitudinal Analysis Consortium. NEURO-ONCOLOGY, 20 (7), pp.873-884. https://doi.org/10.1093/neuonc/noy020.
Access StatusOpen Access
Adult diffuse gliomas are a diverse group of brain neoplasms that inflict a high emotional toll on patients and their families. The Cancer Genome Atlas and similar projects have provided a comprehensive understanding of the somatic alterations and molecular subtypes of glioma at diagnosis. However, gliomas undergo significant cellular and molecular evolution during disease progression. We review the current knowledge on the genomic and epigenetic abnormalities in primary tumors and after disease recurrence, highlight the gaps in the literature, and elaborate on the need for a new multi-institutional effort to bridge these knowledge gaps and how the Glioma Longitudinal Analysis Consortium (GLASS) aims to systemically catalog the longitudinal changes in gliomas. The GLASS initiative will provide essential insights into the evolution of glioma toward a lethal phenotype, with the potential to reveal targetable vulnerabilities and, ultimately, improved outcomes for a patient population in need.
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