Imperial College London

DrKikkeriNaresh

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Immunology and Inflammation

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Attygalle AD, Chan JKC, Coupland SE, Du M-Q, Ferry JA, Jong DD, Gratzinger D, Lim MS, Naresh KN, Nicolae A, Ott G, Rosenwald A, Schuh A, Siebert Ret al., 2024, The 5th edition of the World Health Organization Classification of mature lymphoid and stromal tumors - an overview and update., Leuk Lymphoma, Vol: 65, Pages: 413-429

The purpose of this review is to give an overview on the conceptual framework and major developments of the upcoming 5th edition of the World Health Organization (WHO) Classification of Haematolymphoid tumours (WHO-HAEM5) and to highlight the most significant changes made in WHO-HAEM5 compared with the revised 4th edition (WHO-HAEM4R) of lymphoid and stromal neoplasms. The changes from the revised 4th edition include the reorganization of entities by means of a hierarchical system that is realized throughout the 5th edition of the WHO classification of tumors of all organ systems, a modification of nomenclature for some entities, the refinement of diagnostic criteria or subtypes, deletion of certain entities, and introduction of new entities. For the first time, tumor-like lesions, mesenchymal lesions specific to lymph node and spleen, and germline predisposition syndromes associated with the lymphoid neoplasms are included in the classification.

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Coupland SE, Du M-Q, Ferry JA, de Jong D, Khoury JD, Leoncini L, Naresh KN, Ott G, Siebert R, Xerri L, WHO 5th Edition Classification Projectet al., 2024, The fifth edition of the WHO classification of mature B-cell neoplasms: open questions for research., J Pathol, Vol: 262, Pages: 255-270

The fifth edition of the World Health Organization Classification of Haematolymphoid Tumours (WHO-HAEM5) is the product of an evidence-based evolution of the revised fourth edition with wide multidisciplinary consultation. Nonetheless, while every classification incorporates scientific advances and aims to improve upon the prior version, medical knowledge remains incomplete and individual neoplasms may not be easily subclassified in a given scheme. Thus, optimal classification requires ongoing study, and there are certain aspects of some entities and subtypes that require further refinements. In this review, we highlight a selection of these challenging areas to prompt more research investigations. These include (1) a 'placeholder term' of splenic B-cell lymphoma/leukaemia with prominent nucleoli (SBLPN) to accommodate many of the splenic lymphomas previously classified as hairy cell leukaemia variant and B-prolymphocytic leukaemia, a clear new start to define their pathobiology; (2) how best to classify BCL2 rearrangement negative follicular lymphoma including those with BCL6 rearrangement, integrating the emerging new knowledge on various germinal centre B-cell subsets; (3) what is the spectrum of non-IG gene partners of MYC translocation in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma/high-grade B-cell lymphoma and how they impact MYC expression and clinical outcome; how best to investigate this in a routine clinical setting; and (4) how best to define high-grade B-cell lymphoma not otherwise specified and high-grade B-cell lymphoma with 11q aberrations to distinguish them from their mimics and characterise their molecular pathogenetic mechanism. Addressing these questions would provide more robust evidence to better define these entities/subtypes, improve their diagnosis and/or prognostic stratification, leading to better patient care. © 2024 The Authors. The Journal of Pathology published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of The Pathological Society of Great Britain

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Medeiros LJ, Chadburn A, Natkunam Y, Naresh KN, WHO 5th Edition Classification Projectet al., 2024, Fifth Edition of the World Health Classification of Tumors of the Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues: B-cell Neoplasms., Mod Pathol, Vol: 37

We review B-cell neoplasms in the 5th edition of the World Health Organization classification of hematolymphoid tumors (WHO-HEM5). The revised classification is based on a multidisciplinary approach including input from pathologists, clinicians, and other experts. The WHO-HEM5 follows a hierarchical structure allowing the use of family (class)-level definitions when defining diagnostic criteria are partially met or a complete investigational workup is not possible. Disease types and subtypes have expanded compared with the WHO revised 4th edition (WHO-HEM4R), mainly because of the expansion in genomic knowledge of these diseases. In this review, we focus on highlighting changes and updates in the classification of B-cell lymphomas, providing a comparison with WHO-HEM4R, and offering guidance on how the new classification can be applied to the diagnosis of B-cell lymphomas in routine practice.

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Tan L, Bansal G, Yeung CC, Yin J, Dave BJ, Konnick E, Wu D, Naresh KNet al., 2024, Leukemic non-nodal cyclin D1- and SOX11-negative mantle cell lymphoma with CCND3::IGH rearrangement., Ann Hematol, Vol: 103, Pages: 667-669

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Loghavi S, Kanagal-Shamanna R, Khoury JD, Medeiros LJ, Naresh KN, Nejati R, Patnaik MM, WHO 5th Edition Classification Projectet al., 2024, Fifth Edition of the World Health Classification of Tumors of the Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissue: Myeloid Neoplasms., Mod Pathol, Vol: 37

In this manuscript, we review myeloid neoplasms in the fifth edition of the World Health Organization classification of hematolymphoid tumors (WHO-HEM5), focusing on changes from the revised fourth edition (WHO-HEM4R). Disease types and subtypes have expanded compared with WHO-HEM4R, mainly because of the expansion in genomic knowledge of these diseases. The revised classification is based on a multidisciplinary approach including input from a large body of pathologists, clinicians, and geneticists. The revised classification follows a hierarchical structure allowing usage of family (class)-level definitions where the defining diagnostic criteria are partially met or a complete investigational workup has not been possible. Overall, the WHO-HEM5 revisions to the classification of myeloid neoplasms include major updates and revisions with increased emphasis on genetic and molecular drivers of disease. The most notable changes have been applied to the sections of acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic neoplasms (previously referred to as myelodysplastic syndrome) with incorporation of novel, disease-defining genetic changes. In this review we focus on highlighting the updates in the classification of myeloid neoplasms, providing a comparison with WHO-HEM4R, and offering guidance on how the new classification can be applied to the diagnosis of myeloid neoplasms in routine practice.

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Chen X, Wang W, Yeh J, Wu Y, Oehler VG, Naresh KN, Liu YJet al., 2023, Clinical Validation of FusionPlex RNA Sequencing and Its Utility in the Diagnosis and Classification of Hematologic Neoplasms., J Mol Diagn, Vol: 25, Pages: 932-944

Recurrent gene rearrangements result in gene fusions that encode chimeric proteins, driving the pathogenesis of many hematologic neoplasms. The fifth edition World Health Organization classification and International Consensus Classification 2022 include an expanding list of entities defined by such gene rearrangements. Therefore, sensitive and rapid methods are needed to identify a broad range of gene fusions for precise diagnosis and prognostication. In this study, we validated the FusionPlex Pan-Heme panel analysis using anchored multiplex PCR/targeted RNA next-generation sequencing for routine clinical testing. Furthermore, we assessed its utility in detecting gene fusions in myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms. The validation cohort of 61 cases demonstrated good concordance between the FusionPlex Pan-Heme panel and other methods, including chromosome analysis, fluorescence in situ hybridization, RT-PCR, and Sanger sequencing, with an analytic sensitivity and specificity of 95% and 100%, respectively. In an independent cohort of 28 patients indicated for FusionPlex testing, gene fusions were detected in 21 patients. The FusionPlex Pan-Heme panel analysis reliably detected fusion partners and patient-specific fusion sequences, allowing accurate classification of hematologic neoplasms and the discovery of new fusion partners, contributing to a better understanding of the pathogenesis of the diseases.

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Naresh KN, Medeiros LJ, WHO Fifth Edition Classification Project, 2023, Introduction to the Fifth Edition of the World Health Organization Classification of Tumors of Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues., Mod Pathol, Vol: 36

The World Health Organization (WHO) Classification of Tumors of Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues has been the internationally accepted standard for over 20 years. The fifth edition of the WHO Classification (WHO-HEM5) is a multidisciplinary effort by pathologists, clinicians and other specialists that builds upon the revised fourth edition published in 2017. Entities in WHO-HEM5 are organized hierarchically. There are several changes in WHO-HEM5 from the previous edition, including addition of new entities, deletion of some entities and recognition or revision of some subtypes reflecting scientific developments and clinical advances during the past few years. Essential and desirable criteria for each entity are included. Here we introduce WHO-HEM5. Four reviews will follow that emphasize important aspects of the classification.

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Zayac AS, Landsburg DJ, Hughes ME, Bock AM, Nowakowski GS, Ayers EC, Girton M, Hu M, Beckman AK, Li S, Medeiros LJ, Chang JE, Stepanovic A, Kurt H, Sandoval-Sus J, Ansari-Lari MA, Kothari SK, Kress A, Xu ML, Torka P, Sundaram S, Smith SD, Naresh KN, Karimi YH, Epperla N, Bond DA, Farooq U, Saad M, Evens AM, Pandya K, Naik SG, Kamdar M, Haverkos B, Karmali R, Oh TS, Vose JM, Nutsch H, Rubinstein PG, Chaudhry A, Olszewski AJet al., 2023, High-grade B-cell lymphoma, not otherwise specified: a multi-institutional retrospective study., Blood Adv, Vol: 7, Pages: 6381-6394

In this multi-institutional retrospective study, we examined the characteristics and outcomes of 160 patients with high-grade B-cell lymphoma, not otherwise specified (HGBL-NOS)-a rare category defined by high-grade morphologic features and lack of MYC rearrangements with BCL2 and/or BCL6 rearrangements ("double hit"). Our results show that HGBL-NOS tumors are heterogeneous: 83% of patients had a germinal center B-cell immunophenotype, 37% a dual-expressor immunophenotype (MYC and BCL2 expression), 28% MYC rearrangement, 13% BCL2 rearrangement, and 11% BCL6 rearrangement. Most patients presented with stage IV disease, a high serum lactate dehydrogenase, and other high-risk clinical factors. Most frequent first-line regimens included dose-adjusted cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and etoposide, with rituximab and prednisone (DA-EPOCH-R; 43%); rituximab, cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone (R-CHOP; 33%); or other intensive chemotherapy programs. We found no significant differences in the rates of complete response (CR), progression-free survival (PFS), or overall survival (OS) between these chemotherapy regimens. CR was attained by 69% of patients. PFS at 2 years was 55.2% and OS was 68.1%. In a multivariable model, the main prognostic factors for PFS and OS were poor performance status, lactate dehydrogenase >3 × upper limit of normal, and a dual-expressor immunophenotype. Age >60 years or presence of MYC rearrangement were not prognostic, but patients with TP53 alterations had a dismal PFS. Presence of MYC rearrangement was not predictive of better PFS in patients treated with DA-EPOCH-R vs R-CHOP. Improvements in the diagnostic criteria and therapeutic approaches beyond dose-intense chemotherapy are needed to overcome the unfavorable prognosis of patients with HGBL-NOS.

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Yeung CCS, Woolston DW, Wu V, Voutsinas JM, Basom R, Davis C, Hirayama AV, Naresh KNet al., 2023, Abnormal bone marrow findings in patients following treatment with chimeric antigen receptor-T cell therapy, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY, ISSN: 0902-4441

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Alaggio R, Amador C, Anagnostopoulos I, Attygalle AD, de Oliveira Araujo IB, Berti E, Bhagat G, Borges AM, Boyer D, Calaminici M, Chadburn A, Chan JKC, Cheuk W, Chng W-J, Choi JK, Chuang S-S, Coupland SE, Czader M, Dave SS, de Jong D, Di Napoli A, Du M-Q, Elenitoba-Johnson KS, Ferry J, Geyer J, Gratzinger D, Guitart J, Gujral S, Harris M, Harrison CJ, Hartmann S, Hochhaus A, Jansen PM, Karube K, Kempf W, Khoury J, Kimura H, Klapper W, Kovach AE, Kumar S, Lazar AJ, Lazzi S, Leoncini L, Leung N, Leventaki V, Li X-Q, Lim MS, Liu W-P, Louissaint A, Marcogliese A, Medeiros LJ, Michal M, Miranda RN, Mitteldorf C, Montes-Moreno S, Morice W, Nardi V, Naresh KN, Natkunam Y, Ng S-B, Oschlies I, Ott G, Parrens M, Pulitzer M, Rajkumar SV, Rawstron AC, Rech K, Rosenwald A, Said J, Sarkozy C, Sayed S, Saygin C, Schuh A, Sewell W, Siebert R, Sohani AR, Suzuki R, Tooze R, Traverse-Glehen A, Vega F, Vergier B, Wechalekar AD, Wood B, Xerri L, Xiao W, Akinola NO, Akkari Y, Allende LM, Aozasa K, Araujo I, Arcaini L, Ardeshna KM, Asano N, Attarbaschi A, Bacon CM, Barrans SL, Batchelor T, Battistella M, Baughn LB, Behdad A, Berentsen S, Bianchi G, Bledsoe J, Borchmann P, Bower M, Buldini B, Burger JA, Burkhardt B, Cassaday RD, Cazzaniga G, Cerf-Bensussan N, Cesarman E, Chandy M, Chapman JR, Chapuy B, Chen X, Cheng CL, Chiattone C, Chiorazzi N, Cook LB, Cooper WA, Corboy GP, Cowan AJ, Cozzolino I, Cree IA, d'Amore ESG, Davies AJ, Deckert M, Delabie J, Demicco EG, Deshpande V, Diepstra A, Dierickx D, Dunleavy K, Eichhorst B, Ennishi D, Fajgenbaum DC, Farinha P, Fernandez de Larrea C, Fisher KE, Fitzgibbon J, Flanagan M, Fromm J, Garcia JF, Geddie WR, Gertz M, Gopal A, Gopal S, Greipp PT, Gru A, Gupta R, Hansmann M-L, Hebeda KM, Herfarth K, Herling M, Hermine O, Khe H-X, Hodge J, Hu S, Huang Y, Hung YP, Hunger S, Inaba H, Inagaki H, Iqbal J, Ishitsuka K, Iwaki N, Iwatsuki K, Jain N, Jeon YK, Kadin M, Kaji S, Kakkar A, Karadimitris A, Kataoka K, Kato S, Kersten MJ, Ketterling RP, Kim JE, Kraet al., 2023, The 5th edition of The World Health Organization Classification of Haematolymphoid Tumours: Lymphoid Neoplasms (vol 36, pg 1720, 2022), LEUKEMIA, ISSN: 0887-6924

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Torabi A, Naresh KN, 2023, T-cell prolymphocytic leukemia/lymphoma with <i>TCRB::TCL1</i> translocation, BLOOD, Vol: 142, Pages: 119-119, ISSN: 0006-4971

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Fromm JR, Tang C, Naresh KN, 2023, Predictors of risk of relapse in classic Hodgkin lymphoma, JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY, Vol: 76, Pages: 414-417, ISSN: 0021-9746

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El-Sharkawi D, Sud A, Prodger C, Khwaja J, Shotton R, Hanley B, Peacock V, Peng YY, Arasaretnam A, Sharma S, Aldridge F, Sharma B, Wotherspoon A, Cheung B, De Lord C, Johnston R, Kassam S, Pettengel R, Linton K, Greaves P, Cook L, Naresh KN, Cwynarski K, Eyre TA, Chau I, Cunningham D, Iyengar Set al., 2023, A retrospective study of MYC rearranged diffuse large B-cell lymphoma in the context of the new WHO and ICC classifications, Blood Cancer Journal, Vol: 13, ISSN: 2044-5385

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Chen K, Hendrie PCC, Naresh KNN, 2023, Aleukemic mast cell leukemia, well-differentiated and chronic type, ANNALS OF HEMATOLOGY, ISSN: 0939-5555

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Siebert R, Schuh A, Ott G, Cree IA, Du M-Q, Ferry J, Hochhaus A, Naresh KN, Solary E, Khoury JDet al., 2023, Response to the Comments from the Groupe Francophone de Cytogenetique Hematologique (GFCH) on the 5th edition of the World Health Organization classification of haematolymphoid tumors, LEUKEMIA, ISSN: 0887-6924

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Bewicke-Copley F, Korfi K, Araf S, Hodkinson B, Kumar E, Cummin T, Ashton-Key M, Barrans S, van Hoppe S, Burton C, Elshiekh M, Rule S, Crosbie N, Clear A, Calaminici M, Runge H, Hills RK, Scott DW, Rimsza LM, Menon G, Sha C, Davies JR, Nagano A, Davies A, Painter D, Smith A, Gribben J, Naresh KN, Westhead DR, Okosun J, Steele A, Hodson DJ, Balasubramanian S, Johnson P, Wang J, Fitzgibbon Jet al., 2023, Longitudinal expression profiling identifies a poor risk subset of patients with ABC-type diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, BLOOD ADVANCES, Vol: 7, Pages: 845-855, ISSN: 2473-9529

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Stacey A, Marks AJ, Naresh KN, 2023, Variant histology in nodular lymphocyte predominant Hodgkin lymphoma in an adult population: disease investigations and characteristics from a retrospective cohort, JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY, Vol: 76, Pages: 137-140, ISSN: 0021-9746

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Naik A, Gooley T, Loeb K, Soma L, Smith SD, Gopal A, Naresh KNet al., 2022, The impact of histological grade on outcomes in follicular lymphoma: An analysis of patients in the SEER database in the context of evolving disease classification and treatment, BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY, Vol: 199, Pages: 696-706, ISSN: 0007-1048

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Pai SA, Naresh KN, Borges AM, 2022, Report of a Case With Clinical and Pathologic Features of Castleman Disease That Predates Castleman's Report by More Than 50 Years, ARCHIVES OF PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE, Vol: 146, Pages: 1412-1415, ISSN: 0003-9985

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Ju JY, Sorensen EP, Walsh JS, Shinohara MM, Naresh KNet al., 2022, CD5<SUP>+</SUP> Gamma Delta T-Cell Lymphoproliferative Disorder/Lymphoma Without Cytotoxic Granules in the Skin, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOPATHOLOGY, Vol: 44, Pages: 680-682, ISSN: 0193-1091

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Alaggio R, Amador C, Anagnostopoulos I, Attygalle AD, Araujo IBDO, Berti E, Bhagat G, Borges AM, Boyer D, Calaminici M, Chadburn A, Chan JKC, Cheuk W, Chng W-J, Choi JK, Chuang S-S, Coupland SE, Czader M, Dave SS, de Jong D, Du M-Q, Elenitoba-Johnson KS, Ferry J, Geyer J, Gratzinger D, Guitart J, Gujral S, Harris M, Harrison CJ, Hartmann S, Hochhaus A, Jansen PM, Karube K, Kempf W, Khoury J, Kimura H, Klapper W, Kovach AE, Kumar S, Lazar AJ, Lazzi S, Leoncini L, Leung N, Leventaki V, Li X-Q, Lim MS, Liu W-P, Louissaint A, Marcogliese A, Medeiros LJ, Michal M, Miranda RN, Mitteldorf C, Montes-Moreno S, Morice W, Nardi V, Naresh KN, Natkunam Y, Ng S-B, Oschlies I, Ott G, Parrens M, Pulitzer M, Rajkumar SV, Rawstron AC, Rech K, Rosenwald A, Said J, Sarkozy C, Sayed S, Saygin C, Schuh A, Sewell W, Siebert R, Sohani AR, Tooze R, Traverse-Glehen A, Vega F, Vergier B, Wechalekar AD, Wood B, Xerri L, Xiao Wet al., 2022, The 5th edition of the World Health Organization classification of haematolymphoid tumours: lymphoid neoplasms, Leukemia, Vol: 36, Pages: 1720-1748, ISSN: 0887-6924

We herein present an overview of the upcoming 5th edition of the World Health Organization Classification of Haematolymphoid Tumours focussing on lymphoid neoplasms. Myeloid and histiocytic neoplasms will be presented in a separate accompanying article. Besides listing the entities of the classification, we highlight and explain changes from the revised 4th edition. These include reorganization of entities by a hierarchical system as is adopted throughout the 5th edition of the WHO classification of tumours of all organ systems, modification of nomenclature for some entities, revision of diagnostic criteria or subtypes, deletion of certain entities, and introduction of new entities, as well as inclusion of tumour-like lesions, mesenchymal lesions specific to lymph node and spleen, and germline predisposition syndromes associated with the lymphoid neoplasms.

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Khoury JD, Solary E, Abla O, Akkari Y, Alaggio R, Apperley JF, Bejar R, Berti E, Busque L, Chan JKC, Chen W, Chen X, Chng W-J, Choi JK, Colmenero I, Coupland SE, Cross NCP, De Jong D, Elghetany MT, Takahashi E, Emile J-F, Ferry J, Fogelstrand L, Fontenay M, Germing U, Gujral S, Haferlach T, Harrison C, Hodge JC, Hu S, Jansen JH, Kanagal-Shamanna R, Kantarjian HM, Kratz CP, Li X-Q, Lim MS, Loeb K, Loghavi S, Marcogliese A, Meshinchi S, Michaels P, Naresh KN, Natkunam Y, Nejati R, Ott G, Padron E, Patel KP, Patkar N, Picarsic J, Platzbecker U, Roberts I, Schuh A, Sewell W, Siebert R, Tembhare P, Tyner J, Verstovsek S, Wang W, Wood B, Xiao W, Yeung C, Hochhaus Aet al., 2022, The 5th edition of the World Health Organization classification of haematolymphoid tumours: myeloid and histiocytic/dendritic neoplasms, Leukemia, Vol: 36, Pages: 1703-1719, ISSN: 0887-6924

The upcoming 5th edition of the World Health Organization (WHO) Classification of Haematolymphoid Tumours is part of an effort to hierarchically catalogue human cancers arising in various organ systems within a single relational database. This paper summarizes the new WHO classification scheme for myeloid and histiocytic/dendritic neoplasms and provides an overview of the principles and rationale underpinning changes from the prior edition. The definition and diagnosis of disease types continues to be based on multiple clinicopathologic parameters, but with refinement of diagnostic criteria and emphasis on therapeutically and/or prognostically actionable biomarkers. While a genetic basis for defining diseases is sought where possible, the classification strives to keep practical worldwide applicability in perspective. The result is an enhanced, contemporary, evidence-based classification of myeloid and histiocytic/dendritic neoplasms, rooted in molecular biology and an organizational structure that permits future scalability as new discoveries continue to inexorably inform future editions.

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Attygalle AD, Dobson R, Chak PK, Vroobel KM, Wren D, Mugalaasi H, Morgan Y, Kaur M, Ahmad R, Chen Z, Naresh KN, Du M-Qet al., 2022, Parallel evolution of two distinct lymphoid proliferations in clonal haematopoiesis, HISTOPATHOLOGY, Vol: 80, Pages: 847-858, ISSN: 0309-0167

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Trasanidis N, Katsarou A, Ponnusamy K, Shen Y-A, Kostopoulos I, Bergonia B, Keren K, Reema P, Xiao X, Szydlo RM, Sabbattini PMR, Roberts IAG, Auner HW, Naresh KN, Chaidos A, Wang T-L, Magnani L, Caputo VS, Karadimitris Aet al., 2022, Systems medicine dissection of chr1q-amp reveals a novel PBX1-FOXM1 axis for targeted therapy in multiple myeloma, BLOOD, Vol: 139, Pages: 1939-1953, ISSN: 0006-4971

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Naresh KN, Lazzi S, Santi R, Granai M, Onyango N, Leoncini Let al., 2022, A refined approach to the diagnosis of Burkitt lymphoma in a resource-poor setting, HISTOPATHOLOGY, Vol: 80, Pages: 743-745, ISSN: 0309-0167

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Ponnusamy K, Tzioni MM, Begum M, Robinson ME, Caputo VS, Katsarou A, Trasanidis N, Xiao X, Kostopoulos I, Iskander D, Roberts I, Trivedi P, Auner HW, Naresh K, Chaidos A, Karadimitris Aet al., 2022, The innate sensor ZBP1-IRF3 axis regulates cell proliferation in multiple myeloma, HAEMATOLOGICA, Vol: 107, Pages: 721-732, ISSN: 0390-6078

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