An immunohistological study of the cellular constituents of Hodgkin's disease using a monoclonal antibody panel.

@article{Abdulaziz1984AnIS,
  title={An immunohistological study of the cellular constituents of Hodgkin's disease using a monoclonal antibody panel.},
  author={Z. Abdulaziz and David Mason and H. Thomas von Stein and KevinC. Gatter and J. G. Nash},
  journal={Histopathology},
  year={1984},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={
          1-25
        }
}
Cryostat sections of lymphoid tissue from 44 cases of Hodgkin's disease were analysed by immunoperoxidase staining using a panel of monoclonal antibodies which included reagents reactive with T cells and their subsets, B cells, HLA-DR, Ig, dendritic reticulum cells and C3b receptor. A wide spectrum of immunohistological patterns was observed ranging from cases in which T cells were numerous (B cells being absent or present in only small numbers) to cases in which very prominent B cell follicles… CONTINUE READING
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