Positive staining with anti-AFP antibody is seen in hepatocytes of fetal liver and hepatoma. Since only the traces of AFP are found in adult serum, elevated levels suggest either a benign or malignant lesion of the liver, a yolk sac carcinoma, or one of a few other tumors. In conjunction with elevated serum levels, AFP has been immunohistochemically demonstrated in yolk sac carcinomas of gonadal and extragonadal sites, in hepatic malignancies and a few other neoplasms. The antigen is not denatured by most fixatives.
|0.1 ml concentrated||203A-14|
|0.5 ml concentrated||203A-15|
|1 ml concentrated||203A-16|
|1 ml prediluted||203A-17|
|7 ml prediluted||203A-18|
|5 Positive Control Slides ||203S|
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