Bladder cancer (stage III-IV) tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 60 cases/60 cores (BL601C)

$292.50

This is human FFPE tissue microarray slide. It can be used for IHC, FISH and ISH.

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SKU: BL601C

Description

SKU# (Sample ID): BL601C

Microarray PanelBladder cancer (stage III-IV) tissue array, including TNM and clinical stage, 60 cases/60 cores, replacing BL601b
Cores60
Cases60
Row number6
Column number10
Core Diameter (mm)1.5
Thickness (µm)5
Tissue Array TypeFFPE
SpeciesHuman
ApplicationsRoutine histology procedures including Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and In Situ Hybridization (ISH), protocols which can be found at our support page.
Notes1. 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.
In the following specsheet,“*” means invalid core; “-” means no applicable or negative in IHC markers.

 

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 Detailed Information of Tissue Array Panel

No.PositionAgeSexOrgan/Anatomic SitePathology diagnosisTNMStageType  
1A142FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
2A272MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
3A366MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
4A462MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
5A580MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
6A675MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
7A772MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
8A854FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
9A970MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
10A1067FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
11B175FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
12B265MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
13B358MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
14B467MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
15B567MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
16B665MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
17B774MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT4N0M0IIIMalignant  
18B857MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
19B967MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
20B1062MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
21C172MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
22C278MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
23C338MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
24C468MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
25C565FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
26C666MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
27C764MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
28C886MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
29C960MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
30C1042MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
31D154MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
32D271FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
33D360FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
34D473MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
35D574MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
36D670MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
37D754FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT2N0M0IIIMalignant  
38D858MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
39D965FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
40D1060MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
41E160MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
42E270FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
43E365FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
44E458MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
45E546MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
46E660MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
47E761FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
48E859FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
49E960FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
50E1045MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
51F153MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
52F271MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N0M0IIIMalignant  
53F352MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT4N0M0IIIMalignant  
54F479MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N1M0IVMalignant  
55F564MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N1M0IVMalignant  
56F633MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N1M0IVMalignant  
57F764MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N1M0IVMalignant  
58F840FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N1M0IVMalignant  
59F946FBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT3N2M0IVMalignant  
60F1066MBladderInvasive urothelial carcinomaT4N0M0IIIMalignant  

TNM Grading

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.