Monoclonal antibodies to the human mammary gland

Summary Mouse monoclonal antibodies have been raised to the human milk fat globule membrane. The distribution of the antigens detected by four of the antibodies has been examined in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded human tissues by light microscopic immunocytochemistry. The four antibodies stain la... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Foster, C. S.
Weitere Personen: Edwards, P. A. W.; Dinsdale, E. A.; Neville, A. M.
Quelle: in Virchows Archiv : official journal of the European Society of Pathology Vol. 394 (1982), p. 279-293
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Genre: Monoclonal antibodies, Milk fat globule membranes, Human breast epithelial cells, Heterogeneity
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: 1982
Beschreibung: Online-Ressource
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520 |a Summary Mouse monoclonal antibodies have been raised to the human milk fat globule membrane. The distribution of the antigens detected by four of the antibodies has been examined in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded human tissues by light microscopic immunocytochemistry. The four antibodies stain lactating breast and normal resting breast. Two exclusively stain the luminal membranes of breast epithelial cells. A third antibody stains in addition the lateral membranes of duct epithelial cells. The fourth antibody stains both epithelial and myoepithelial cells. None of the antibodies is breast specific, nor do they stain every epithelial cell within the breast. Instead, each antibody reveals a complex and heterogeneous distribution of staining throughout the normal tissues. Within the breast, the staining by a given antibody is usually segmental and conforms to secretory units and their associated ducts. Similarly heterogeneous patterns of staining are also observed in the extramammary normal tissues. Despite the apparent morphological identity between breast epithelial cells when examined by conventional light microscopy, the hitherto unrecognised “functional” heterogeneity, which has been revealed by the monoclonal antibodies could have importance in understanding the biology of the normal breast and the pathology of breast cancer. 
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