Presence of breast cancer antigens in uninvolved axillary lymph nodes.

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Monoclonal antibodies which bind to breast cancer have been used to evaluate the detection of metastatic disease in axillary lymph nodes. Three monoclonal antibodies (H59, H71, and H72) were reacted with tissue sections of primary tumors and axillary nodes from 24 mastectomy specimens and four specimens from glandular mastectomies for benign disease. All… (More)

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@article{Hendler1985PresenceOB, title={Presence of breast cancer antigens in uninvolved axillary lymph nodes.}, author={Flavia Hendler and D. House}, journal={Cancer research}, year={1985}, volume={45 7}, pages={3364-73} }