Renal Cancer – 10 years of U1162 expertise at the service of clinicians
J Zucman-Rossi (PUPH), B Beuselinck (PUPH Louvain)
We aim to translate the molecular classification of clear cell renal cancer into genome based clinical trial int cooperation with Sautès-Fridman team at CRC and clinicans at HEGP and Louvain. We also search for biomarkers predicting response to anti-angiogenic thearapies.
Recently, we described a molecular classification of clear cell renal cancer (ccRCCs) into four robust subgroups with distinctive characteristics on multi-omics analyses. These subgroups are defined by various levels of myc activation, angiogenic activation and immune response associated with outcome of metastatic ccRCC treated with sunitinib. This classification has future application in patient care, in particular to predict drug response.
Beseulinck et al, Clin Cancer Research 2015.
Pro-angiogenic gene expression is associated with better outcome on sunitinib in metastatic clear-cell renal cell carcinoma.
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