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World J Stem Cells. Dec 26, 2018; 10(12): 183-195
Published online Dec 26, 2018. doi: 10.4252/wjsc.v10.i12.183
Table 1 Cancer stem cells markers in solid tumors
Cancer typePhenotypeModelReferences
Prostate cancerCD44+PCa cell line and tumor xenograft in mice[58]
Breast cancerCD44+ CD24-/lowPatient-derived tumor xenograft in mice[5]
Cervical cancerCD44+ CD24+SiHa cell line[55]
Gastric cancerCD44+ CD24+AGS cell line and patient tissue samples[56]
Nasopharyngeal carcinomaCD24-NPC cell lnes, mice[54]
Gastric adenocarcinomaCD44+ CD133+Patient tissue samples[51]
Oral squamous cell carcinomaCD44+ ALDH1Metastatic lymph nodes[153]
Breast cancerCD44vClinical samples[154]
Prostate cancerCD133Primary prostate cancer cell lines[155]
Endometrial cancerCD133Human endometrial cell lines[42]
Liver cancerCD133Huh-7 cells and tumor xenograft in mice[47]
Prostate cancerCD133Primary human prostate cancer cell lines[155]
Cervical cancerCD49fSiHa and HeLa cell lines[156]
Non-small cell lung cancerCD49fPatient-derived sphere-forming assays[157]
Gastric cancerCD49fGastric tumor tissues and tumor xenograft in mice[75]
Colon cancerCD49fHT29 and Caco2 cell lines, clinical samples[77]
Cervical cancerALDHSiHa and HeLa cell lines, mice model[85]
Colon cancerALDH1A3HT29 cell line[158]
Colon cancerALDH1A1HT29 cell line and tumor xenograft in mice[159]
Breast cancerALDHBreast cancer tumor tissues[160]