PMID: 3515828Jan 1, 1986Paper

S-antigen-like immunoreactivity in a human pineocytoma

Acta Neuropathologica
H W KorfW Schachenmayr


A pineocytoma was investigated by means of immunocytochemistry with the use of a polyclonal antibody against bovine retinal S-antigen. Several cells of this tumor displayed strong S-antigen-like immunoreaction in analogy to certain pinealocytes in normal human pineal organs. This study indicates that S-antigen immunocytochemistry may be applied to characterize tumors of the pineal region.


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