This book is a comprehensive introduction to the expression of tumor markers in association with various neoplasms, the methods used in their detection and their clinical relevance to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. It will be an invaluable guide for clinicians, pathologists and research workers requiring an in-depth introduction to this subject and, with sections devoted to the exploitation of new techniques in immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, cancer genetics and molecular biology for the identification of tumor markers, can also be used as a laboratory reference.
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