Breast Cancer (Ductal Carcinoma)

Breast Cancer (Ductal Carcinoma)
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An infiltrating ductal carcinoma of human breast tissue, magnified x330, is seen surrounding a normal duct (1). The cancer cells (2) are larger and more irregular than their normal counterparts (3). The cytoplasm of the tumor cells is stained with a monoclonal antibody which recognizes a carcinoembryonic type antigen (cea) found within the malignant cells. The monoclonal antibody was developed in the NCI research laboratory of Dr. Jeffrey Schlom.

Source: National Cancer Institute, Dr. Jeffrey Schlom

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 - Uploaded at 13.08.2013
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