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Table 1 Overview of patient and tumor characteristics

From: Time dependent effect of cold ischemia on the phosphoproteome and protein kinase activity in fresh-frozen colorectal cancer tissue obtained from patients

Patient Time-points (min) Gender Age Location Tumor type differentiation Tumor % Peptide array Tumor % LC–MS–MS
1 0 Male 62 Caecum Adenocarcinoma Good/intermediate 50% 50%
30 80%  
60 95% 70%
90 95%  
120 60% 70%
150 80%  
180 70% 70%
2 0 Male 60 Rectum Mucinous   20%  
30 7.5%  
60 5%  
90 10%  
120 10%  
150 20%  
180 20%  
3 0 Male 74 Sigmoid Adenocarcinoma Good/intermediate 50%  
30 25%  
60 25%  
90 25%  
120 25%  
150 25%  
180 37.5%  
4 0 Female 49 Caecum Adenocarcinoma Good/intermediate 75% 70%
30 50%  
60 40% 55%
90 30%  
120 20% 25%
150 70%  
180 70% 35%
5 0 Male 64 Ascending colon Adenocarcinoma Good/intermediate 25% 30%
30 50%  
60 50% 60%
90 50%  
120 50% 40%
150 50%  
180 50% 40%
  1. Patient (1–5) and tumor characteristics of timepoint 0 and 6 timepoints between 30–180 min of CIT are listed, including tumor percentage (%) of each of the analyzed samples for both the kinase peptide array and with nano liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry-based phospoproteomics (LC–MS–MS)