Table 1.

Details showing the patient gender, age and the resected cortical area of the tissue samples used in the experiments of this study

Cell IDFigure showing the dataGenderAge (years)HemisphereNeocortical area (material removed to gain access to surgical treatment of pathological targets)Experiment codeDiagnosed pathology
FSBC 1 Fig. 1A,BMale49LeftTemporal0501043jCortical and subcortical neoplasm
FSBC 2 Fig. 1CFemale42LeftFrontalK1901171Subcortical neoplasm
FSBC 3 Fig. 1DMale43LeftTemporal1403062Subcortical neoplasm
FSBC 4 Fig. 1EMale29RightFrontal0609121sCortical and subcortical neoplasm
FSBC 5 Fig. 1FMale54RightTemporal0705173sCortical and subcortical neoplasm
non-FSIN 1 Fig. 2AMale58RightTemporal0512022Subcortical neoplasm
non-FSIN 2 Fig. 2BFemale68RightTemporoparietalk0205171Cortical and subcortical metaplasia
non-FSIN 3 Fig. 2CFemale64RightFrontal0601171Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 1 Fig. 3AMale40LeftTemporal1405151Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 2 Fig. 3BMale58LeftTemporal1509122Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 3 Fig. 3BMale36LeftTemporal1311131Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 4 Fig. 3BMale17LeftParieto-occipital1110271Cortical and subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 5 Fig. 3BMale48RightFrontal1401233Subcortical aneurysm
Cell pair 6 Fig. 3BMale40LeftTemporal1405152Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 7 Fig. 3BMale49RightFrontal1310092Meningioma
Cell pair 8 Fig. 3BMale36RightTemporal1112082Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 9 Fig. 3BMale16RightParieto-occipital1402181Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 10 Fig. 3CFemale33RightTemporal1510301Cortical and subcortical neoplasm
pv+ BC 1 Fig. 4AMale55RightFrontalk0409152Cortical and subcortical neoplasm
pv+ BC 2 Fig. 4AFemale10LeftFrontalk2506151Subcortical neoplasm
pv+ BC 3 Fig. 4AFemale10LeftFrontalk2506155Subcortical neoplasm
pv+ BC 4 Fig. 4AFemale30LeftParieto-occipitalk2306151Shunt for hydrocephalus
pv+ BC 5 Fig. 4AFemale40RightFrontalk2309153Subcortical neoplasm
pv+ BC 6 Fig. 4AFemale28RightParieto-occipitalk2804151Subcortical neoplasm
uFS 1 Fig. 4AFemale67RightFrontal100306c11Epidural hemorrhage
uFS 2 Fig. 4AMale55RightFrontal040915c11Cortical and subcortical neoplasm
uFS 3 Fig. 4AMale47RightFrontal021005c3Cortical and subcortical metaplasia
uFS 4 Fig. 4AFemale59RightFrontalK2510161Shunt for hydrocephalus
non-FS 1 Fig. 4AFemale33RightTemporal301015c1Cortical and subcortical neoplasm
non-FS 2 Fig. 4AMale19RightParieto-occipital151015c3Shunt for hydrocephalus
non-FS 3 Fig. 4AFemale33LeftParieto-occipital051115c7Meningioma
non-FS 4 Fig. 4AFemale37RightTemporal050416t6Subcortical neoplasm
non-FS 5 Fig. 4AMale47RightFrontal021015c12Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 1 Fig. 4CFemale55LeftFrontalk1208152Shunt for hydrocephalus
Cell pair 2 Fig. 4CMale58LeftTemporalk0109151Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 3 Fig. 4CFemale50RightFrontalk2511161Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 4 Fig. 4CFemale33LeftParieto-occipitalk0511151Meningioma
Cell pair 5 Fig. 4DFemale55LeftTemporalk1208151Subcortical neoplasm
Cell pair 6 Fig. 4DMale60LeftTemporalk2806161Subcortical neoplasm
  • Cell ID refers to the cell pair code used in the text and in the figures. Second column identifies the figure in which the specific experiment data are illustrated. Experiment code refers to original identification number of the cell pair in the authors’ files, and last column shows patient pathology diagnosed for the surgery.