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#2974 MEK/RAF and PARP as Novel Targets in Neuroendocrine Neoplasms – First Results from a Molecular in vitro Tumor Board

Introduction: Neuroendocrine neoplasms (NEN) are a heterogeneous group comprising well differentiated neuroendocrine tumors (NET) and poorly differentiated neuroendocrine carcinomas (NEC). Although, major progress has been made in the development of targeted therapies in various cancers, establishment of a promising personalized therapy in NEN is still pending. So far, a lack of suitable preclinical models represent a major challenge concerning the validation of a mutational based targeted therapy (MBTT)

Conference: 17th Annual ENETSConcerence (2020)

Presenting Author:

Authors: Viol F, Sipos B, Amin T, Fahl M, Grabowski P,

Keywords: Neuroendocrine neoplasms, Personalized therapy, Preclinical in vitro models, Mutational based targeted therapy,

#2827 Characterization of Epigenetic Modulation in Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Neoplasms

Introduction: Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (PanNETs) represent a rare and heterogeneous tumor entity. Despite advances in therapy cancer progression and resistance mechanisms are still challenging. Recent genome wide sequencing analyses in PanNETs identified a large number of mutated genes involved in epigenetic modulation.

Conference: 17th Annual ENETSConcerence (2020)

Presenting Author: Schmitz R

Authors: Schmitz R, Weißbach J, Kleinlein J, Schrader J, Grabowski P,

Keywords: PanNET, HDAC-Inhibition, SOCS3, lncRNA, Macrophages,

#2279 Expression of FOXM1 in G3 Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET G3) and G3 Neuroendocrine Carcinomas (NEC G3) of the Pancreas and the Intestine

Introduction: G3 gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (G3 NET) and carcinomas (G3 NEC) differ considerably concerning their biological behavior and patients outcome. Whereas the WHO2017 classification for pancreatic NETs proposes a distinction of both groups using the Ki-67 proliferation marker (Klöppel et al. Reviews and Reports 2017), a useful marker for the subclassification of G3 intestinal NETs have not been recommended until now.

Conference: 15th Annual ENETSConcerence (2018)

Presenting Author: Briest F

Authors: Briest F, Konukiewitz B, Anlauf M, Klöppel G, Grabowski P,

Keywords: gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors, GEP-NET, NET G3, NEC G3, Tumor marker, FOXM1, Ki-67, differentiation,

#2275 Analysis of Gene Expression Patterns of Rectum Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET) Versus Healthy Tissue Reveals Alterations in the MAPK and WNT Signaling Pathways

Introduction: The neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) of the rectum are rare but increasing in incidence, by means of improved endoscopic techniques and histological reporting. They often occur as small polypoid lesions and G1, and in most cases an incidental finding at endoscopy.

Conference: 15th Annual ENETSConcerence (2018)

Presenting Author: Briest F

Authors: Briest F, Hummel M, Grabowski P, Arsenic R,

Keywords: rectum neuroendocrine tumors, NET, MAP kinase, gene expression analysis, Wnt signaling,

#1939 Antiproliferative Effects of Lanreotide in Neuroendocrine Tumors

Introduction: Neuroendocrine tumors of the lung (BP-NETs, typical (AC) and atypical Carcinoids (ATC)) are rare tumors with heterogeneous behavior and molecular characteristics. For the intermediate proliferating BP-NETs treatment options are limited and unsatisfactory. Somatostatin analogues have not only anti-secretory effects, but also display antiproliferative features, as shown by PROMID and CLARINET trial. Nevertheless, their value in BP-NET is undefined so far.

Conference: 14th Annual ENETSConcerence (2017)

Presenting Author: Grabowski P

Authors: Lelek S, Sedding D, Benecke J, Siegmund B, Schrader J,

Keywords: Bronchopulmonary neuroendocrine tumors (BP-NET), somatostatin analogues, Lanreotide, signaling,

Abstract Submissions in 2023

Abstract submissions for 2023 will open in September 2022!

 

The 20th Annual ENETS Conference in 2023 will provide the principal platform for NET researchers around the world to present their latest findings. ENETS will select the best abstracts submitted in both clinical and basic science and present these in sessions within the framework of its scientific programme.

 

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