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Table 1 Intervertebral disc samples used for telomere length assay, senescence-associated β-galactosidase staining, and p16INK4Aimmunohistochemistry

From: Accelerated cellular senescence in degenerate intervertebral discs: a possible role in the pathogenesis of intervertebral disc degeneration

Laboratory number Gender Age (years) Cell type Disc level Cell source Histological grade
1 M 37 AF L4/5 PM 1
2 M 37 AF L5/S1 PM 1
3a M 37 NP L4/5 PM 1
4a M 37 NP L5/S1 PM 1
5 M 47 AF L2/3 PM 1
6 M 47 AF L3/4 PM 1
7a M 47 NP L2/3 PM 1
8 M 47 NP L3/4 PM 1
9 M 47 NP L5/S1 PM 1
10 M 47 AF L4/5 PM 2
11 M 47 NP L4/5 PM 2
12 M 59 NP L4/5 PM 2
13 M 59 AF L4/5 PM 2
14 M 62 AF L3/4 PM 2
15 M 62 AF L4/5 PM 2
16a M 62 NP L3/4 PM 2
17 M 62 NP L4/5 PM 2
18 M 37 AF L1/2 PM 3
19 M 37 NP L1/2 PM 3
20 M 74 AF L3/4 PM 3
21 M 37 AF L2/3 PM 4
22 M 37 AF L3/4 PM 4
23 M 37 NP L2/3 PM 4
24 M 37 NP L3/4 PM 4
25a F 49 NP L4/5 Surgical 4
26 M 44 NP L4/5 Surgical 5
27 M 62 AF L5/S1 PM 5
28 M 62 NP L5/S1 PM 5
29 M 74 AF L4/5 PM 5
30 M 74 AF L2/3 PM 6
31a F 49 NP L5/S1 Surgical 8
32 F 15 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 0
33 F 27 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 0
34 M 39 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 0
35 F 44 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 0
36 F 20 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 2
37 M 40 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 2
38 M 47 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 2
39 F 27 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 3
40 M 31 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 3
41 F 57 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 3
42 M 59 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 3
43 M 28 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 5
44 F 34 Tissue L3/4 Surgical 5
45 M 39 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 5
46 M 55 Tissue L3/4 Surgical 5
47 F 27 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 7
48 F 56 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 7
49 M 33 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 8
50 F 40 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 8
51 M 54 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 8
52 M 32 Tissue L4/5 Surgical 10
53 F 41 Tissue L5/S1 Surgical 12
  1. Intervertebral disc samples 1 to 31 were used for telomere length assay, and samples 32 to 53 were used for p16INK4a immunohistochemistry. aIntervertebral disc samples used for senescence-associated β-galactosidase staining. AF, annulus fibrosus; F, female; M, male; NP, nucleus pulposus; PM, postmortem tissue.