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High proportion of novel mutations ofBRCA1 andBRCA2 in breast/ovarian cancer patients from Castilla-León (central Spain)

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7 páginas, 1 figura, 2 tablas.A total of 264 unrelated breast/ovarian cancer patients and 45 healthy individuals with familial antecedents referred for genetic testing were scanned for germ-line mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2 by conformation-sensitive gel electrophoresis (CSGE) and heteroduplex analysis by capillary array electrophoresis (HA-CAE). We detected 101 distinct mutations (41 in BRCA1 and 60 in BRCA2); ten of them have not been previously reported. These mutations were c.2411_2429dup19, c.2802_2805delCAAA and c.5294A>G (p.E1725E) of BRCA1; and c.667C>T (p.Q147X), c.2683C>T (p.Q819X), c.5344_5347delAATA, c.5578_5579delAA;insT, c.8260_8261insGA, c.744+14C>T and c.8099A>G (p.Y2624C) of BRCA2. Twenty-four different mutations, including seven of the new mutations (five frameshift and two nonsense), were classified as pathogenic. These 24 alterations were found in 39 families (12.6% of all families). A remarkable proportion of deleterious mutations were found in BRCA2: 25 families carried a mutation in BRCA2 (BRCA2+; 64.1%) compared with 14 families BRCA1+ (35.9%). The highest incidences of deleterious mutations were found in families with three or more cases of site-specific breast cancer (BC) (27.4%) and families with BC and ovarian cancer (22.2%). Finally, four recurrent mutations, 3036_3039delACAA, c.5374_5377delTATG of BRCA2, as well as c.5272-1G>A and c.5242C>A (p.A1708E) of BRCA1, accounted for 44% of all of the deleterious mutations.This work has been supported by the Junta de Castilla y León through the regional Breast Cancer Prevention Program. M. Infante and E. Esteban-Cardeñosa were recipients of fellowships from the ‘‘Fundación Burgos para la Investigación en Salud.’’Peer reviewe

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