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X J Yang et al.
The American journal of surgical pathology, 23(2), 147-152 (1999-02-16)
Immunohistochemistry with antibodies for high-molecular-weight cytokeratin labels basal cells and is used as an ancillary study in diagnosing prostate carcinoma, which reportedly lacks expression of high-molecular-weight cytokeratin. A recent report questioned the specificity of this marker, describing immunopositivity for high-molecular-weight
K J Wojno et al.
The American journal of surgical pathology, 19(3), 251-260 (1995-03-01)
Basal cell-specific anti-cytokeratin antibody (34 beta E12) decorates the basal cells of benign prostatic epithelium by standard immunohistochemical techniques, whereas adenocarcinoma of the prostate lacks immunoreactivity with this antibody. We reviewed our experience with this antibody to determine its utility
A M Gown et al.
The American journal of pathology, 114(2), 309-321 (1984-02-01)
Monoclonal antibodies generated against different human intermediate filament (IF) proteins were assayed on fixed, embedded tissue by the biotin-avidin-immunoperoxidase method for evaluation of the tissue specificity of these antibodies. An antibody (43 beta E8) made to fibroblast IF protein stains
F Moinfar et al.
The American journal of surgical pathology, 23(9), 1048-1058 (1999-09-09)
A variety of studies have investigated the role of low molecular weight (LMW) and high molecular weight (HMW) cytokeratin (CK) expression in the normal breast and invasive breast carcinomas. A few studies with small numbers of cases have addressed this
F P O'Malley et al.
Virchows Archiv. A, Pathological anatomy and histopathology, 417(3), 191-196 (1990-01-01)
There are a number of benign, small-acinar lesions in the prostate gland that may be difficult to differentiate from small-acinar adenocarcinoma. An important diagnostic criterion in this differentiation is the loss of the basal layer in small-acinar adenocarcinoma and its
M B Amin et al.
Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine, 118(3), 260-264 (1994-03-01)
Histologic review of 48 radical prostatectomy specimens containing both prostatic adenocarcinoma (PC) and high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN) resulted in 23 cases containing neoplastic cribriform gland (CGs) at the periphery or within PC fields. The histologic characteristics of CG PIN
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