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M H Lyda et al.
Human pathology, 31(8), 980-987 (2000-09-15)
The histologic classification of pulmonary neoplasms can have important implications regarding appropriate management of patients. Although the histologic classification of lung tumors is predominantly based on morphology, ancillary studies such as immunohistochemistry can be used in difficult cases, and the
B S Wilson et al.
The American journal of pathology, 115(3), 458-468 (1984-06-01)
A monoclonal antibody ( LK2H10 ) produced against a human pheochromocytoma reacted immunohistochemically with 126 normal and neoplastic endocrine tissues with secretory granules which were formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded. Antibody LK2H10 did not react with 46 other endocrine tissues or tumors
G J Kontochristopoulos et al.
Dermatology (Basel, Switzerland), 201(2), 123-126 (2000-10-29)
Although Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) exhibits specific clinical and histologic features, differentiation from other cutaneous neoplasms, such as lymphoma, metastatic oat cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma (MM), may sometimes be difficult. The aim of our study was to immunohistochemically differentiate
G Qvigstad et al.
The Histochemical journal, 32(9), 551-556 (2000-12-29)
Neuroendocrine cells are often disclosed in human gastric adenocarcinomas and may be recognised by their immunoreactivity towards chromogranin A. However, in dedifferentiated neuroendocrine tumour cells, the chromogranin A content may be reduced making it difficult to detect with conventional immunohistochemical
A M Bofin et al.
APMIS : acta pathologica, microbiologica, et immunologica Scandinavica, 110(9), 658-664 (2003-01-17)
The aim of the study was to determine if, by means of tyramide signal amplification (TSA), the presence of chromogranin A (CgA)-positive tumour cells could be demonstrated in breast cancer cases found to be negative by conventional immunohistochemical staining. Sections
D T O'Connor et al.
Life sciences, 33(17), 1657-1663 (1983-10-24)
Chromogranin A is the major soluble protein co-stored and co-released with catecholamines from catecholamine storage vesicles of adrenal medulla and sympathetic nerve. We recently described a widespread distribution of chromogranin, by radioimmunoassay, in all polypeptide hormone producing tissues. To define
S A Hearn
The journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry : official journal of the Histochemistry Society, 35(7), 795-801 (1987-07-01)
An antibody (LK2H10) to chromogranin A has been recommended for use in ultrastructural identification of neuroendocrine secretory granules. Previous studies have demonstrated immunoreactive chromogranin A in specimens prepared for electron microscopy by glutaraldehyde fixation only. In this study, the effect
R Fischer-Colbrie et al.
Neuroscience, 16(3), 547-555 (1985-11-01)
Bovine chromaffin granules contain two major families of acidic proteins, chromogranins A and B. The occurrence of these proteins in endocrine and nervous tissue was investigated by immunoblotting (one- and two-dimensional), and by immunohistochemistry. Immunoblotting revealed that in anterior hypophysis
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