Journal of Immunology Research / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Toll-Like Receptor Transcriptome in the HPV-Positive Cervical Cancer Microenvironment

Table 1

Sample size. Twenty-five frozen cervical biopsies were categorized into 3 groups; normal tissue, case IDs N1–N11; dysplastic tissue, case IDs D1–D10; invasive carcinoma tissue, case IDs C1–C4. Laser capture microdissection was used to separate each specimen into epithelium and stroma compartments. The HPV infection status is shown, and the specific HPV type is noted when known.

Case IDMorphological diagnosisHPV infection statusCase IDMorphological diagnosisHPV infection status

N1NormalNegativeD3LSILTypes 66, 82
N2NormalNegativeD4LSILTypes 6, 66
N3NormalNegativeD5HSILType 16
N4NormalNegativeD6HSILType 16
N5NormalNegativeD7HSILType 33
N6NormalNegativeD8HSILType 16
N7NormalNegativeD9HSIIType 16
N8NormalNegativeD10HSIITYPe 39
N9NormalNegativeC1CarcinomaType 16
N10NormalNegativeC2CarcinomaHR HPV+
N11NormalNegativeC3CarcinomaHR HPV+
D1LSILType 31C4CarcinomaHR HPV+
D2LSILType 51

LSIL: low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion; HR: high risk; HSIL: high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion.

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