Endocrine Cells in Gastric Carcinoma and Adjacent Mucosa. An Immunohistochemical and Ultrastructural Study

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Endocrine cells are often found in human gastric carcinoma and may be recognized by the immunoreactivity of their chromogranin A, peptides and biogenic amines content. Anti-chromogranin A was used to investigate the morphology of endocrine cells using light and electron microscope immunohistochemical techniques. The hormone content of endocrine cells was… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1020998616007

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@article{Tzaneva2002EndocrineCI, title={Endocrine Cells in Gastric Carcinoma and Adjacent Mucosa. An Immunohistochemical and Ultrastructural Study}, author={Maria Angelova Tzaneva}, journal={The Histochemical Journal}, year={2002}, volume={34}, pages={173-180} }