1982
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.118.9.627
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Monoclonal antibodies: powerful new tools for the clinician

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“…Some antigens, however, are less stable. These include glycoproteins on the cell surface, such as those typical of subsets of T lymphocytes and of Langerhans cells 21, 22 . Many antibodies to la‐like antigens, present on melanoma but not nevic cells, 23 do not react optimally on routinely prepared tissue.…”
Section: Diagnostic Surgical Approachmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some antigens, however, are less stable. These include glycoproteins on the cell surface, such as those typical of subsets of T lymphocytes and of Langerhans cells 21, 22 . Many antibodies to la‐like antigens, present on melanoma but not nevic cells, 23 do not react optimally on routinely prepared tissue.…”
Section: Diagnostic Surgical Approachmentioning
confidence: 99%