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Fig. 3 | Biomarker Research

Fig. 3

From: BAP1 hereditary cancer predisposition syndrome: a case report and review of literature

Fig. 3

Histological findings of patient with BAP1 germline mutation a. Liver biopsy demonstrating focally necrotic poorly differentiated intrahepatic adenocarcinoma (Hemosiderin and Eosin, original magnification 250×). b. Immunohistochemical labeling for BAP1 protein in the cholangiocarcinoma, showing loss of nuclear staining. (Santa Cruz BAP1 monoclonal antibody (sc-28383) 1: 200. Dako dual system detection, original magnification 400×) c. Peritoneal biopsy demonstrating malignant mesothelioma of epithelial type with invasion into the submesothelial adipose tissue. (Hemosiderin and Eosin, original magnification 250×). d. Immunohistochemical labeling for BAP1 for peritoneal biopsy showing retained BAP1 nuclear staining in malignant peritoneal mesothelioma (Tissue preparation s above, original magnification 400×)

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