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Immunologic phenotyping of cutaneous lymphomas

Immunologic phenotyping of cutaneous lymphomas

Der Hautarzt; Zeitschrift für Dermatologie Venerologie und verwandte Gebiete 37(12): 647-655

Monoclonal antibodies against lymphoid cell-associated antigens have contributed substantially to our understanding of cutaneous lymphomas. The distribution and function of the most important T- and B-cell antigens are summarized and their expression on cutaneous lymphomas is discussed. Monoclonal antibodies can provide a valuable diagnostic approach to supplement routine histology, especially in histologically doubtful cases.

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