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A Lopez-Beltrán et al.
Virchows Archiv : an international journal of pathology, 438(6), 552-557 (2001-07-27)
Lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma (LELCA) of the urinary bladder is a rare variant of bladder cancer characterized by a malignant epithelial component densely infiltrated by lymphoid cells. It is characterized by indistinct cytoplasmic borders and a syncytial growth pattern. These neoplasms deserve
V Eusebi et al.
The American journal of surgical pathology, 14(8), 737-747 (1990-08-01)
We present four cases of a malignant thyroid tumor showing morphologic, immunocytochemical, and ultrastructural features of endothelial cell differentiation. The tumor cells had epithelioid features and displayed strong immunoreactivity for keratin. There was no evidence of follicular or C-cell differentiation
W G Nelson et al.
Cancer research, 44(4), 1600-1603 (1984-04-01)
The expression of specific keratin polypeptides in human neoplasms was investigated by the immunoblot technique using monoclonal anti-keratin antibodies. Mr 50,000 and 58,000 keratins, recognized by AE1 and AE3 antibodies, respectively, were detected only in carcinomas of stratified epithelial origin
P E Swanson
American journal of clinical pathology, 95(4 Suppl 1), S2-S7 (1991-04-01)
Historically, antibodies to cytokeratin intermediate filaments have been models of target specificity. In most diagnostic settings, the utility of these antibodies was unquestioned; reactivity for cytokeratin was dogmatically equated with epithelial differentiation. Recently, however, the diagnostic importance of these antibodies
Monoclonal antibody studies of mammalian epithelial keratins: a review.
T T Sun et al.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 455, 307-329 (1985-01-01)
C R Taylor
Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine, 102(3), 113-121 (1978-03-01)
Immunoperoxidase methods have much in common with established immunofluorescence procedures. Both have the potential for specific demonstration of cell and tissue antigens, with similar limitations demanding rigorous control of specificity. In any study the choice of an immunofluorescence method or
R A Weiss et al.
The Journal of cell biology, 98(4), 1397-1406 (1984-04-01)
The polypeptide composition of epidermal keratin varies in disease. To better understand the biological meaning of these variations, we have analyzed keratins from a number of human epidermal diseases by the immunoblot technique using AE1 and AE3 monoclonal antikeratin antibodies.
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