A diagnosis of giant cell-rich tumour of bone is supported by p63 immunohistochemistry, when more than 50 % of cells is stained.
Marseille, France. In Virchows Arch, 2014
We performed a multicentric retrospective study of 291 giant cell-rich tumours of bone which included 119 giant cell tumours of bone (GCTB), 76 aneurysmal bone cysts (ABC), 49 chondroblastomas (CB), 15 nonossifying fibromas (NOF), 10 giant cell reparative granulomas (RG) of jaws, 1 giant cell lesion of small bones, 2 hyperparathyroidism-related brown tumours (BT), 17 bone sarcomas with numerous osteoclasts and 2 malignant giant cell tumours of bone.
Peroxidative metabolism of carcinogenic N-arylhydroxamic acids: implications for tumorigenesis.
Minneapolis, United States. In Environ Health Perspect, 1994
The metabolites formed in the presence of exogenous H2O2 are consistent with two peroxidative mechanisms: one electron-oxidation to a radical that dismutates to equimolar 2-nitrosofluorene (2-NOF) and the ester of the respective hydroxamic acid and halide-dependent oxidative cleavage, especially efficient in the presence of Br-, to equimolar 2-NOF and the respective acyl moiety.