path2823_Suppinfomethods.doc130KSupporting Information: Supplementary methods.
path2823_Suppinfot1.doc57KSupporting Information: Table S1. Clinical data of nasal-type extranodal natural killer/T-cell lymphoma study cases.
path2823_Suppinfot2.doc23KSupporting Information: Table S2. Immunohistochemistry: antibodies and staining conditions.
path2823_Suppinfot3.doc28KSupporting Information: Table S3. Characteristics of cell lines derived from NK-cell neoplasm used in this study.
path2823_Suppinfot4.doc20KSupporting Information: Table S4. Primers used for PCR validation.
path2823_Suppinfot5.doc21KSupporting Information: Table S5. BAC clones used to prepare fluorescence in situ hybridization probes.
path2823_Suppinfot6.doc312KSupporting Information: Table S6. Genes differentially expressed between NKTCL and normal NK cells.
path2823_Suppinfot7.doc54KSupporting Information: Table S7. Summary of results for immunohistochemistry for c-Myc, p53, NF-κB proteins, and survivin in NKTL samples.
path2823_Suppinfot8.doc24KSupporting Information: Table S8. Summary of results for immunohistochemistry for c-Myc, p53, NF-KB proteins, and survivin in normal NK cells.
path2823_Suppinfofs1.doc44KSupporting Information: Figure S1. Quantitative PCR validation of several candidate genes showed that on the whole this is consistent with gene expression data showing higher expression of EZH2, STMN1, and BIRC5 (survivin) in NKTL compared with unstimulated and stimulated normal NK cells.
path2823_Suppinfofs2.doc57KSupporting Information: Figure S2. A heat map of normalized iPASA scores.
path2823_Suppinfofs3.doc46KSupporting Information: Figure S3. Expression of leading contributing genes from the enriched metastasis related gene sets.
path2823_Suppinfofs4.doc191KSupporting Information: Figure S4. Comparison of gene expression-based MYC index with MYC staining by immunohistochemistry.

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