immunostain

immunostain

(im'yū-nō-stān),
Histochemical staining mediated by an immunologic molecule carrying the stain moiety.
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Clear cell ADC with tubulocystic pattern and flattened epithelium must be differentiated from mesonephric ADC, which typically shows positivity with calretinin or GATA-3 immunostain (see below).
Out of 37 malignant cases 24/37 (65%) lesions showed Positivity for this immunomarker while 13/60 (35%) showed negativity for the immunostain.
The most common stain used was Melan-A/MART-1 (melanoma antigen recognized by T cells), the most specific of the IHC markers available and the one "largely responsible for the increased incidence in overall immunostain use in our study," the researchers wrote.
A brachyury immunostain was performed for confirmation, and it showed uniform and diffuse nuclear positivity.
It is important to be aware of epithelioid angiosarcoma, as its histologic appearance and positive cytokeratin immunostain may mimic a poorly differentiated carcinoma.
Because all germ cells in the perinatal rat testis immunostain intensely for VASA in the cytoplasm, we were able to use VASA immunohistochemistry to develop an objective method for measuring germ cell aggregation, based on average germ cell cluster size, in testes from control and DBP-exposed rats at E17.
As the morphological features may be subtle and variable, HHV8-LANA1 immunostain serves as a sensitive marker.
7) A confirmatory immunostain for SDHB that shows loss of staining is available.
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The overall recurrence rate was 8%, and there were no recurrences with use of the MART-1 (melanoma antigen recognized by T-cells 1 staining) immunostain, said Dr.