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Genomic and Proteomic Study of Richter Syndrome (CGPSR)

2018-08-09 17:25:22 | BioPortfolio

Summary

Biological study on Richter Syndrome (RS), an agressive lymphoma that arises from Chronic Lymphocytice Leukemia (CLL). RS presents with the same histological aspect as primitive Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL), but is associated with a poor prognosis, due to chemorefractoriness.

This study aims at understanding the biological determinants of chemotherapy resistance in Richter Syndrome.

Description

With the help of the French National Research Group on CLL (FILO / French Innovative Leukemia Organization), the investigators are currently gathering fresh frozen cell pellets at CLL stage, and lymph node biopsies at Richter stage. The investigators also gathered lymph node biopsies from DLBCL, as a reference group.

The investigators will perform genomic and proteomic comparative studies between CLL and Richter, as well as between Richter and primitive DLBCL, to understand the biological determinants of clonal evolution and chemorefractoriness of Richter Syndrom.

Study Design

Conditions

Richter Syndrome

Intervention

Whole exome sequencing., RNA sequencing, Mass spectrometry

Location

CHRU de Nancy
Nancy
France
54035

Status

Recruiting

Source

Central Hospital, Nancy, France

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2018-08-09T17:25:22-0400

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