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Immunohistochemical classification of T cell and NK cell neoplasms
  1. J J Oudejans,
  2. P van der Valk
  1. Department of Pathology, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands;

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    In the new World Health Organisation (WHO) classification of haematological malignancies, immunophenotypical analysis plays an important role in the subclassification of lymphomas.1 In the past decade, many new antibodies have become available that can be used on routinely fixed, paraffin wax embedded tissue sections. At present, it is possible to make …

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