Comparative analysis of three- and two-antibody cocktails to AMACR and basal cell markers for the immunohistochemical diagnosis of prostate carcinoma

Dabir, Parag Deepak; Ottosen, Peter; H�yer, S�ren; Hamilton-Dutoit, Stephen
January 2012
Diagnostic Pathology;2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p81
Academic Journal
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