Clinicopathologic significance of sialyl Le xexpression in advanced gastric carcinoma

Abstract

Sialyl Lewis xantigen (SLX) is a carbohydrate antigen that serves as a ligand for selectin, an adhesion molecule expressed on vascular endothelial cells. The expression of SLX in 245 patients with advanced gastric carcinoma was examined immunohistochemically, and its clinicopathologic significance was analysed. We classified the patients with advanced… (More)
DOI: 10.1054/bjoc.2000.1484

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@article{Futamura2000ClinicopathologicSO, title={Clinicopathologic significance of sialyl Le xexpression in advanced gastric carcinoma}, author={Norihiro Futamura and S. Nakamura and Masae Tatematsu and Yoriko Yamamura and Reiji Kannagi and H. Hirose}, journal={British Journal of Cancer}, year={2000}, volume={83}, pages={1681 - 1687} }