EASIX-GVHD score in patients with acute GVHD after allogenic stem-cell transplantation
Endothelial dysfuntion links thrombotic microangiopathy to steroid-refractory graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) after allogeneic stem-cell transplantation. The Endothelial Activation and Stress Index (EASIX) calculates the risk of death in patients with acute GVHD after allogeneic stem-cell transplantation.
Research authors: Luft T, Benner A, Jodele S, Dandoy CE, Storb R, Gooley T, Sandmaier BM, Becker N, Radujkovic A, Dreger P, and Penack O.
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The present clinical application of EASIX-GVHD is an easy-to-use prediction of acute GVHD mortality in patients who have undergone RIC alloSCT, raising awareness of the endothelial nature of the problem. The tool provides a tool for studies with these therapeutic approaches and could be the future basis for development of risk-adapted GVHD treatment strategies. The EASIX-GVHD score, measured at the onset of acute GVHD, can be applied to predict overall and non-relapse mortality in patients with GVHD who had undergone reduced-intensity conditioning (RIC).

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The EASIX-GVHD model was based on a training cohort of 311 patients and subsequently validated on the Berlin, Seattle, and Cincinnati cohorts (external validation). 
A prospecitve validation study for the EASIX-GVHD is underway. To address another possible clinical application, the authors of the orignal EASIX-GVHD are currently performing retrospective analyses of EASIX taken before start of conditioning as a predictor of alloSCT outcome.

Luft T, Benner A, Jodele S, et al. EASIX in patients with acute graft-versus-host disease: a retrospective cohort analysis. Lancet Haematol. 2017. pii: S2352-3026(17)30108-4.

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