Prostate‐specific membrane antigen (PSMA) protein expression in normal and neoplastic tissues and its sensitivity and specificity in prostate adenocarcinoma: an immunohistochemical study using mutiple tumour tissue microarray technique

@article{MhawechFauceglia2007ProstatespecificMA,
  title={Prostate‐specific membrane antigen (PSMA) protein expression in normal and neoplastic tissues and its sensitivity and specificity in prostate adenocarcinoma: an immunohistochemical study using mutiple tumour tissue microarray technique},
  author={Paulette Y. Mhawech-Fauceglia and S. Zhang and Luigi M. Terracciano and Guido Sauter and Arundhuti Chadhuri and F{\'a}bio Herrmann and Remedios B. Penetrante},
  journal={Histopathology},
  year={2007},
  volume={50}
}
Aims:  To determine prostate‐specific membrane antigen (PSMA) expression in normal tissues and in 3161 benign and malignant tumours and subsequently to define its sensitivity and specificity in prostatic adenocarcinoma (PaC). 

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