Table 1

Patient information
Cell line Patient age Menopausal status Clinical data Histopathological diagnosis Histopathology report – ovaries and fallopian tubes
FTE01 51 NK Mucinous cyst on the left ovary Benign follicular and epithelial inclusion cysts. Benign serous cystadenofibroma. Fallopian tubes normal
FTE02 50 NK Benign fibrosis Leiomyomas and folicular ovarian cysts Mild chronic salpingitis in one tube but no evidence of malignancy
FTE03 38 Pre Fibroid. Adenomyosis Secretory endometrium and benign leiomyoma Fallopian tubes normal
FTE05 54 Post Complex hyperplasia with atypia Autolysed endometrium. No evidence of invasive carcinoma. Benign leiomyomas. Post-menopausal features present in both ovaries. Fallopian tubes normal.
FTE283 65 Post Grade 2–3 endometrial cancer Grade 2 endometrioid adenocarcinoma of the endometrium, with >50% myometrial invasion Post-menopausal features present in both ovaries. Fallopian tubes normal.
FTE284 60 Post History proven endometrial cancer Grade 2 endometrioid adenocarcinoma of the endometrium Fallopian tubes normal

FTSEC cell lines were collected from patients aged between 38 and 65 years of age. For all patients, fallopian tube tissues were confirmed to be histologically normal. For the pre-menopausal patient the phase of the menstrual cycle was not known. NK = not known.

Lawrenson et al.

Lawrenson et al. BMC Cell Biology 2013 14:43   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-14-43

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