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Table 4 Summary of the results of array-CGH profiling of the DNA of primary tumors and respective CNHCs

From: Are morphological criteria sufficient for the identification of circulating tumor cells in renal cancer?

   Chromosomal aberrations identified by array-CGH
Patient number Items analysed by array-CGH Gains Losses
14 Oncocytoma None detected 1, 14, 17, 22, Y
  CNHC-MF (A) 1p 9
  CNHC-MF (B) Balanced Balanced
  CNHF-UMF (C) Balanced Balanced
16 Clear cell RCC 1p, 2p, 5q, 17 3p
  CNHC-MF (D) Balanced Balanced
18 Cystic nephroma Not analysed* Not analysed*
  CNHC-UMF (C)** Balanced Balanced
  CNHC-UMF (D)** Balanced Balanced
30 Clear cell RCC** 5q, 7 3p
  CNHC-UMF (A)** Balanced Balanced
  CNHC-UMF (B)** Balanced Balanced
37 Papillary RCC 6p, 7, 16, 17q, 20 Y
  CNHC-MF (A) Balanced Balanced
  CNHC-MF (B) Balanced Balanced
  CNHC-MF (C) Balanced Balanced
  CNHC-UMF (D) None detected 3p, 4q
  1. * Unfortunately the quality of the DNA generated from the tumor tissue was not suitable for array-CGH due to insufficient quality.
  2. ** Array-CGH profiles are available as additional information (Additional file 5: Figure S1).