Immunohistochemistry in the classification of systemic forms of amyloidosis: a systematic investigation of 117 patients.

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Amyloidoses are characterized by organ deposition of misfolded proteins. This study evaluated immunohistochemistry as a diagnostic tool for the differentiation of amyloid subentities, which is warranted for accurate treatment. A total of 117 patients were systematically investigated by clinical examination, laboratory tests, genotyping, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1182/blood-2011-06-358507

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@article{Schnland2012ImmunohistochemistryIT, title={Immunohistochemistry in the classification of systemic forms of amyloidosis: a systematic investigation of 117 patients.}, author={Stefan O Sch{\"{o}nland and Ute Hegenbart and Tilmann Bochtler and Anja Mangatter and Marion Hansberg and Anthony D. Ho and Peter Lohse and Christoph Roecken}, journal={Blood}, year={2012}, volume={119 2}, pages={488-93} }