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Table 1 Clinicopathological features of nine patients with intrahepatic cholangiocarcinomas used to generate CC cells lines.

From: Genome-wide expression patterns associated with oncogenesis and sarcomatous transdifferentation of cholangiocarcinoma

Patient No Cell line Age/Sex T/N/M Stage CA19-9 (U/ml) Differentiation Tumori genicity Comments
1 CK-Choi (Choi-CK) M/68 IVB 184 WD +  
2 CK-Cho (Cho-CK) M/82 IVA 500 MD +  
3 CK-J (JCK) M/72 IVA 125 PD + C. sinensis
4 CK-S (SCK) M/68 IVA 235.6 PD + Sarcomatoid
5 CK-L1 M/46 IVA 0.01 PD + Combined with HCC
6 CK-L2 M/65 III 2050.1 MD +  
7 CK-P1 M/66 IVA 23.7 MD -  
8 CK-P2 F/66 IVA 121.4 MD +  
9 CK-Y1 M/52 IVA 0.01 PD + Combined with HCC
  1. M, male; F, female; C. sinensis, clonorchis sinensis; HCC, hepatocellular carcinoma; WD, well differentiated; MD, moderately differentiated; PD, poorly differentiated.
  2. *International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association classification.