PMID: 6186696Feb 1, 1983Paper

Pepsinogen in gastric carcinoma cells

Journal of Clinical Pathology
W A ReidJ Kay

Abstract

Immunoperoxidase staining of 125 gastric carcinomas showed pepsinogen in tumour cells of seven (5.6%) cases. Carcinomas from other sites were negative. The phenomenon is probably too uncommon to be useful in identifying secondary carcinomas as gastric in origin, but it is of some biological interest.

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Apr 23, 2010·The American Journal of Surgical Pathology·Hiroya UeyamaSumio Watanabe
Dec 1, 1989·Acta Pathologica Japonica·J SanoR N Wong
Jun 1, 1985·Journal of Clinical Pathology·W A ReidJ Kay
Dec 1, 1986·Journal of Clinical Pathology·W A ReidJ Kay
Jan 1, 1988·The Journal of Surgical Research·M D Basson, I M Modlin
Jan 1, 1993·Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences·M Plebani
Dec 1, 1987·Histopathology·W A ReidJ Kay

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