|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