T. D. Rudinskaya

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Biliary glycoprotein (Bgp1), a carcinoembryonic antigen-related family member of the immunoglobulin superfamily, is involved in normal and neoplastic events. Analysis of Bgp1 expression throughout post-implantation mouse embryogenesis using reverse transcription-polymerase chain reactions, immunostaining with anti-Bgp1 monoclonal antibodies, and in situ(More)
The AgB10 antigen of bile canaliculi of the mouse hepatocyte was identified using monoclonal antibodies. The Mr value of 116000 for AgB10 was measured by immunoblotting. The tissue localization of AgB10 was studied by light and electron microscopy using the immunoperoxidase technique. AgB10 was predominantly present on the microvillus membrane of bile(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the possible application of the human antimacrophagal antibody D11 (MAb D11) to the diagnosis of tumors of histiocytic origin. STUDY DESIGN Biopsy and surgical materials from 181 patients with nonepithelial tumors and tumorlike lesions were used in the study. The reactivity of MAb D11 with tumor cells was assayed as the percentage(More)
A new monoclonal antibody designated Mab D11 is described, which shows a restricted reactivity to cells of the monocyte/macrophage system. When tested by light and electron microscopic immunoperoxidase methods, Mab D11 specifically reacts with blood monocytes and stains resident macrophages in a wide variety of human tissues; it does not mark the(More)
In vivo, normal tissues and organs have a three-dimensional structure and function in a three-dimensional environment. The standard two-dimensional cell culture conditions drastically differ from those in vivo. For this reason, three-dimensional cultures based on different variants of the extracellular matrix are more adequate for analyzing normal and tumor(More)
We have studied the reactivity patterns of a previously described pan-macrophage monoclonal antibody (MAb) D11 in 324 cases of acute leukemia and malignant lymphoma (ML). Reaction of D11 in tissue sections was restricted to histiocytes and macrophages. In non-Hodgkin's ML, D11 helped to confirm or to establish the histiocytic nature in 8 of 96 cases, i.e.,(More)
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