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Acta Histochem Suppl. 1987;34:81-93.

Immunohistopathologic spectrum of the glial fibrillary acidic protein in neurooncology.


To conventional histologic and special staining techniques as well as electron microscopy, immunohistological methods have recently been added to characterize neuroectodermal and non-neuroectodermal tumors of both the central and the peripheral nervous system. An ever increasing panel of these morphologic techniques enables us today, to characterize precisely such tumors in or around the central and peripheral nervous system, sometimes only hampered by preservation of tissue inadequate for the respective methods.

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