Plastic Stains - Various - Hiiro (CD)

Label: Saag Records - SAAG 002 • Format: CD Compilation, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Leftfield, IDM, Experimental, Trip Hop
Plastic Stains - Various - Hiiro (CD)

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 · Also stains various inclusions, bodies, granules and secretions composed of mucopolysaccharides or mucins Uses by pathologists Breast cytology: PASD positive cells with internal structure and producing nuclear indentation, particularly in dissociated or atypical cells, correlate with malignant histology (J Clin Pathol ;).

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 · CD Markers - CD Dermatopathology and soft tissue: Distinguish CD34+ dermal neoplasms such as Kaposi’s sarcoma, dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans / DSFP (both CD34+) and epithelioid sarcoma (often CD34+) from dematofibroma (CD)Missing: Plastic Stains.

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