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Prevalence and clinical correlations of MLL gene rearrangements in AML-M4/5.

Rearrangements of the human trithorax gene ( MLL, HRX, Htrx-1, All-1) were studied by Southern blotting in blast cells stored at presentation from 65 adults with de novo acute myelomonocytic (AML-M4) and acute monocytic leukemia (AML-M5). MLL rearrangements were demonstrated in 15 (23%) cases, including eight patients in whom karyotype analysis had failed to detect abnormalities of chromosome band 11q23. The patients with MLL rearrangements did not differ significantly from those with germline configurations in terms of the sex and age of the patients, the presence of lymphadenopathy, hepatosplenomegaly, or central nervous system involvement, and the absolute blast count at diagnosis. Kaplan-Meier analysis of the treated patients demonstrated no difference in survival for patients with MLL rearrangements compared with those without rearrangements. Therefore, in contrast to infantile acute leukemia, in adults with AML-M4 and AML-M5, MLL rearrangements do not identify a subgroup of patients with different clinical features or prognosis.[1]


  1. Prevalence and clinical correlations of MLL gene rearrangements in AML-M4/5. Bower, M., Parry, P., Carter, M., Lillington, D.M., Amess, J., Lister, T.A., Evans, G., Young, B.D. Blood (1994) [Pubmed]
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