Grade and histochemical R-1881 binding in prostatic cancer.
Department of Urology, School of Medicine, Chiba University, Japan.
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Jan 01, 1987
Comparison of the grades classified by Gleason with R-1881 binding which was attributable to total androphilic proteins in tissues was performed in 42 untreated and 13 relapsed prostatic cancers. Increasing malignancy correlated with loss of staining on R-1881 binding when examined both in primary pattern and in individual tumor cell clusters. In relapsed cancer, however, there was no R-1881 binding irrespective of any grades.
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