Geoffrey E Moore

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Permanent human tumor cell lines COLO 110, COLO 316, COLO 319, and COLO 330 were established from four patients with serous cystadenocarcinoma of the ovary. COLO 110 was derived from primary tumor tissue; COLO 316, COLO 319, and COLO 330 were derived from cells in malignant effusions. COLO 110 and COLO 316 grew as monolayers of epithelioid cells in culture;(More)
A continuous human cell line, COLO 357, with exceptional characteristics was derived from a metastasis of a pancreatic adenocarcinoma. COLO 357 grew as an adhering monolayer with a cell doubling time of 21 h and grew with 10% clonal efficiency in soft agar. COLO 357 cells had numerous lamellar inclusions. The cells elaborated the pancreatic enzymes trypsin,(More)
Three tumor cell lines (COLO 201, COLO 205, and COLO 206) have been established from ascites fluid obtained from a male patient with adenocarcinoma of the colon. In addition to the tumor lines, two lymphoid lines (COLO 197 and COLO 200) have been established from the same patient, with one line from the original biopsy and one from peripheral blood.(More)
Thirteen specimens of metastatic malignant melanoma resected from eight patients undergoing craniotomy were analyzed cytogenetically from short-term cultures. All patients had chromosome 1 aberrations, as did three of four patients with metastases only to extracranial sites. Both groups had variable involvement of chromosomes 3, 6, 7, and 8. Only those with(More)