Quantitative analysis of tyrosine phosphorylation from FFPE tissues reveals patient specific signaling networks

Published on Sep 11, 2020in bioRxiv
· DOI :10.1101/2020.09.10.291922
Ishwar N. Kohale2
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(MIT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology),
Danielle M. Burgenske2
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+ 9 AuthorsForest M. White60
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(MIT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
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Abstract
Abstract Formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissues are an invaluable source of clinical specimens. Tyrosine phosphorylation (pTyr) plays a fundamental role in cellular processes and is commonly dysregulated in cancer but has not been studied to date in FFPE samples. We describe a method for quantitative analysis of pTyr signaling networks at an unprecedented sensitivity, with hundreds of sites quantified from 1-2 10-μm sections of FFPE tissue specimens. Phosphotyrosine profiles of flash frozen and FFPE tissues derived from the same tumors suggest that FFPE tissues preserve pTyr signaling characteristics in PDX tumors and archived clinical specimens. Differential activation of oncogenic proteins was observed in triple negative breast cancer tumors as well as lung cancer tumors, highlighting patient specific oncogenic driving kinases and indicating potential targeted therapies for each patient. These data highlight the capability for direct translational insight from pTyr analysis of small amounts of FFPE tumor tissue specimens.
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