FOSL2

STAINING OVERVIEW

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Overall cancer tissue 
staining statistics


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25%
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Tissue presentation order

Histological

Alphabetical

 

Antibody HPA004817

Antibody CAB013460

Tissue

Antibody staining

Antibody staining

Colorectal cancer
Breast cancer
Prostate cancer
Ovarian cancer
Cervical cancer
Endometrial cancer
Carcinoid
Head and neck cancer
Thyroid cancer
Glioma
Lymphoma
Lung cancer
Melanoma
Skin cancer
Testis cancer
Urothelial cancer
Renal cancer
Stomach cancer
Pancreatic cancer
Liver cancer

Summary

Strong nuclear staining in squamous cell carcinomas, while lymphomas, melanomas, testis- and prostate cancers displayed mostly negative or weakly stained cases. The quantity of positive cells was rarely more than 50% and sometimes the staining pattern varied considerable from case to case. Hepatocellular carcinomas were generally negative in contrast to most cholangio carcinomas where positivity was registered.Strong nuclear staining in most cervical, urothelial, stomach, pancreatic and skin cancers. Negative or weak staining in prostate, lung, skin and testis cancers. Malignant carcinoids, gliomas and lymphomas were also mainly negative.

Validation

Supportive: Two (or more) antibodies yielding similar staining patterns which are consistent with available gene/protein characterization data
Supportive: Two (or more) antibodies yielding similar staining patterns which are consistent with available gene/protein characterization data

Level of antibody staining/expression





High
Medium
Low
Not detected