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Negative staining for CD30, TTF-1 and CEA excluded the possibility of embryonal carcinoma and negative TTF-1 staining made a lung or thyroid primary site less likely.
placental alkaline phosphatase [PLAP] and CD30) were negative, which ruled out (non)-seminoma and embryonal carcinoma.
Foci of seminoma, germinoma, choriocarcinoma, and embryonal carcinoma are not present.
In our group we study human embryonal carcinoma, and have begun to derive human induced pluripotent stem cells," said Martin Pera, Professor and Founding Director, The Eli and Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at USC.
More than two decades ago, it was discovered that when treated with RA, the human embryonal carcinoma cell line NT2 differentiates irreversibly into several morphologically and phenotypically distinct cell types, which include terminally differentiated postmitotic CNS neurons [45-46].
In April 2000, he had been admitted to urology clinic because of painless left testicular mass and diagnosed as having metastatic testicular embryonal carcinoma with normal beta human chorionic gonadotropin KG) levels and markedly elevated levels of a-fetoprotein (9204 IU/mL, normal: 0.
The different subtypes of this entity are made up of seminomas and nonseminomatous germ cell tumors (ie, embryonal carcinoma, choriocarcinoma, yolk sac tumors, mixed germ cell tumors, mature and immature teratomas).
Patient 3 had a testis mass removed, which was pure embryonal carcinoma with vascular channel invasion.