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Impulse cyto photometric study of dna content in cell nuclei of breast cancer and its metastases in regional lymph nodes



Impulse cyto photometric study of dna content in cell nuclei of breast cancer and its metastases in regional lymph nodes



Voprosy Onkologii (St Petersburg) 27(1): 27-32



The distribution of the DNA content in cell nuclei of the human mammary gland in normal and benign processes, cancer and metastases in regional lymph nodes was studied by impulse cytophotometry. In benign processes the distribution of DNA in epithelial cells did not differ from the controls but in some cases there was an increased proliferative activity of the epithelium. A tumor consisting of monomorphous elements more frequently showed 1 type of tumor cell with different degrees of proliferative activity. The presence of a large number of anaplastic cells corresponded to peaks of aneuploid and polyploid cells on DNA histograms. A correlation was found between the DNA content in epithelial cell nuclei of the primary tumor and in its regional lymph node metastases.

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