G. M. Stirrat

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The Wilms' tumour is a solid childhood tumour of the kidney, consisting of blastema, tubules and mesenchyme. Embryonic tumours, such as Wilms', may arise as a result of a developmental disturbance in differentiation. The expression of class I and II major histocompatibility complex (MHC) antigens was investigated on 6 Wilms' tumours and related to that in(More)
Two cases of gestational choriocarcinoma have been examined for the expression of HLA and trophoblast antigens using the indirect immunoperoxidase technique on frozen tissue sections. Approximately 40-70% of tumour cells express MHC Class I antigen as detected by a panel of antibodies to monomorphic, or framework, MHC Class I antigenic determinants.(More)
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