C. Charpin

M. N. Lavaut3
L. Andrac3
C. Allasia2
3M. N. Lavaut
3L. Andrac
2C. Allasia
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The prognostic significance of c-erbB-2 oncoprotein overexpression detected in tumours by immunocytochemical assays (ICAs) was investigated in 148 breast carcinomas. ICAs were performed under optimal technical conditions with frozen tissue sections and included automated immunoperoxidase technique and computer-assisted analysis (densitometry) of digitized(More)
Expression of the bcl-2 gene was investigated in 218 human breast carcinomas by immunohistochemical analysis. Immunodetections were assessed using (1) frozen sections, (2) documented commercially available monoclonal antibody (bcl-2/124, Dako), (3) automation of immunoperoxidase technique (Ventana) and (4) quantitative evaluation of results by image(More)
VLA2 is thought to be involved in the metastatic process in malignant tumours, in particular in carcinomatous cell adhesion to vessel basement membrane. VLA2 expression was immunohistochemically investigated in 204 breast carcinomas. Frozen tissue sections were probed with monoclonal anti-VLA2 using automated (Ventana ES 320 System) and quantitative (SAMBA(More)
Monoclonal antibody (mAb) 83D4 was generated using formol-fixed paraffin-embedded human breast carcinoma tissue as the immunogen. Previous studies demonstrated that it was reactive with breast carcinoma tissues, but not with normal breast. The antigen identified by mAb 83D4 was detected, using ELISA, in MCF7 breast carcinoma cell line membrane extracts, in(More)
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