Published in Cancer Weekly, September 20th, 2005
According to recent research published in the journal Histopathology, "two-hundred and four accessible cases of malignant melanoma from the Grampian region of Scotland, collected over a period of 4 years, were studied for standard prognostic indicators for comparison with microvessel density."
"The range of tumor thickness varied from in-situ melanoma to 14.8 mm. Microvessel density was assessed using the Chalkley technique on sections immunostained with CD31 antibody to identify endothelium," wrote I. Depasquale and colleagues, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
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