D J Afrika

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Results obtained with a conventional reference ligand-binding assay were compared with those from an immunocytochemical method employing ER-D5 antigen, a supposedly oestrogen-receptor-related protein. In a group of 144 histologically proven breast carcinomas, no direct correlation could be established. Only 52% of cases would have corresponded in diagnosis.(More)
Neuro-endocrine or paracrine cells of the human prostate and urethra have been identified by various methods, predominantly silver stains and immunocytochemistry. The incidence of neuro-endocrine differentiation in prostatic carcinoma has varied considerably from 10 to 100%, but has not been studied previously as an independent factor affecting prognosis.(More)
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