Absence of overexpression of p53 protein by intestinal carcinoid tumours.

Abstract

A recessive gene on chromosome 17 encodes a protein, known as p53, which normally acts to regulate the cell cycle, its mutation and overexpression being amongst the commonest genetic abnormalities in human malignant neoplasms. As detected by immunolabelling using the anti-p53 protein antibody D07, overexpression was absent from a series of 22 intestinal… (More)

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