Proteomic tissue profiling for the improvement of grading of noninvasive papillary urothelial neoplasia.

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OBJECTIVES In 2004, a novel grading system for papillary non-invasive bladder cancer was introduced; low grade (LG) and high grade (HG) in lieu of the former G1, G2, G3. This change allowed for increased reproducibility as well as diminished interobserver variability in histopathological grading among individual pathologists. Matrix Assisted Laser… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.clinbiochem.2011.09.013

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@article{Oezdemir2012ProteomicTP, title={Proteomic tissue profiling for the improvement of grading of noninvasive papillary urothelial neoplasia.}, author={Rena F Oezdemir and Nadine Therese Gaisa and Katharina Lindemann-Docter and Sonja Gostek and Ralf Weiskirchen and Maike Ahrens and Kristina Schwamborn and Christian Stephan and David G. Pfister and Axel Heidenreich and Ruth Knuechel and Corinna Henkel}, journal={Clinical biochemistry}, year={2012}, volume={45 1-2}, pages={7-11} }