S100

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S100

An acidic, calcium-binding protein characterized by its partial solubility in saturated ammonium sulfate; stains for S100 are used in the differential diagnosis of melanomas, which are commonly positive for S100.

S100A1

A gene on chromosome 1q21 that encodes a member of the S100 family of proteins, which have 2 EF-hand calcium-binding motifs. S100 proteins are localised in the cytoplasm and/or nucleus of a wide range of cells, and involved in regulating cell cycle progression and differentiation and other intracellular activities.

S100

An acidic, calcium-binding protein characterized by its partial solubility in saturated ammonium sulfate; stains for S100 are used in the differential diagnosis of melanomas, which are commonly positive for S100.
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One Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) that is more usually associated with military tasks is Schiebel's S-100 Camcopter.
This was confirmed by S-100 immunocytochemistry (figure 2,B).
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The Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investment Company (ADASI) went through a two-week practical training session at Strata on the maintenance and repair of the nose fuselage and tail booms of the UAV Schiebel camcopter S-100.
The tumour cells were negative for smooth muscle actin (SMA) and S-100.
8; 1:100), TTF1 (Dako; Clone 8G7G3/1; 1:50), P63 (Leica; Clone 7JUL; 1:25), S-100 (Leica; Clone S1/61/69; 1:800) and Melan-A (Cell Marque; CloneM2.
Immunohistochemical study showed that tumour cells were positive for S-100 (Fig.
S-100 was the most commonly used immunohistochemical stain (78%), followed by Melan-A (56%), MART-1 (50%), HMB-45 (44%), tyrosinase (33%), MiTF (11%), and pan-melanoma (6%) (Figure 3).
Stains for al-antitrypsin and al-antichymotrypsin were strongly and moderately positive, respectively, in the tumor cells, but stains for pan cytokeratin (pan CK), epithelial membrane antigen (EMA), smooth-muscle actin (SMA), S-100 protein (S-100) and desmin were negative.
Immunohistochemically, cells stain positive for S-100 and vimentin.