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|BO244f||Bone tissue with osteosarcoma tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 12 cases/24 cores, replacing BO244e||12||24||97.50|
|BM483c||Bone tumor and adjacent normal tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 24 cases/48 cores, replacing BM483b||24||48||592.50|
|T262a||Bone tumor test tissue array with normal tissue as control, including TNM, clinical stage, 12 cases/ 24 cores, replacing T262||12||24||82.50|
|BO481b||Bone and cartilage tumor with bone tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 48 cores/48 cases, replacing BO481a||48||48||247.50|
|T263||Bone and cartilage tumor with normal tissue array, including TNM and clinical satge, 6 cases/24 cores||6||24||82.50|
|BM241a||Bone marrow tissue array, 12 cases/24 cores, replacing BM241||12||24||82.50|
|T293a||Bone marrow tumor and normal tissue array, including TNM, 6 cases/24 cores, replacing T293||6||24||97.50|
|BN29011b||Bone marrow, spleen and lymph node tissue array, 33 cases/60 cores, replacing BN29011a||33||60||337.50|
|BM481||Normal bone marrow tissue array, 24 cases/48 cores||24||48||292.50|
|LBM-481a||Normal bone marrow tissue array, 24 cases/48 cores||24||48||292.50|
|BOM501||Normal bone marrow tissue array, 50 cases/50 cores||50||50||202.50|
|T291c||Myeloma tissue array with normal bone marrow tissue, 6 cases/24 cores, replacing T291b||6||24||97.50|
|LM482d||Myeloma and lymphoma tissue array, 48 cases/48 cores, replacing LM482c||48||48||247.50|
|BCC26012||Osteochondroma with adjacent normal tissue array, 24 cases/ 24 cores||24||24||142.50|
|LBO-804e||Osteosarcoma tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 40 cases/80 cores, replacing OS804d||40||80||337.50|
|BON501||Osteosarcoma tissue with normal tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 50 cases/50 cores||50||50||202.50|
|OS802e||Osteosarcoma and chondrosarcoma tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 80 cases/ 80 cores, replacing OS802c. Note, the image of OS802e is from OS802c, for reference only. The real image varies.||80||80||442.50|
|OS805||Chondrosarcoma tissue array, 80 cases/80 cores||80||80||382.50|
|UT244||Chorionic carcinoma with endometrium tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 12 cases/24 cores||12||24||210.00|
Routine histology procedures including Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and In Situ Hybridization (ISH)
1) TMA slides were sectioned and stored at 4°C and may not be fresh cut, but still suitable for IHC. Please request fresh cut if experiment involves phospho-specific antibodies, RNA studies, FISH or ISH, etc. A minimum of 3 slides per TMA must be purchased to cover the cost of trimming for fresh sectioning.
2. Most TMA slides were not coated with an extra layer of paraffin (tissue cores can be easily seen on the glass). To prevent tissue detachment during antigen retrieval, unbaked slides must be baked for at least 30 to 120 minutes at 60°C. before putting into xylene for de-paraffinization. Baked slides were sent out baked for 2 hours.
T – Primary tumor
Tx – Primary tumor cannot be assessed
T0 – No evidence of primary tumor
Tis – Carcinoma in situ; intraepithelial or invasion of lamina propria
T1 – Tumor invades submucosa
T2 – Tumor invades muscularis propria
T3 – Tumor invades through muscularis propria into subserosa or into non-peritonealized pericolic or perirectal tissues.
T4 – Tumor directly invades other organs or structures and/or perforate visceral peritoneum
N – Regional lymph nodes
Nx – Regional lymph nodes cannot be assessed
N0 – No regional lymph node metastasis
N1 – Metastasis in 1 to 3 regional lymph nodes
N2 – Metastasis in 4 or more regional lymph nodes
M – Distant metastasis
Mx – Distant metastasis cannot be assessed
M0 – No distant metastasis
M1 – Distant metastasis
Stage of Cancer
- Stage 0 means there’s no cancer, only abnormal cells with the potential to become cancer. This is also called carcinoma in situ.
- Stage I means the cancer is small and only in one area. This is also called early-stage cancer.
- Stage II and III mean the cancer is larger and has grown into nearby tissues or lymph nodes.
- Stage IV means the cancer has spread to other parts of your body. It’s also called advanced or metastatic cancer.