immunohistology

Related to immunohistology: immunocytochemistry

im•mu•no•his•tol•o•gy

(ˌɪm yə noʊ hɪˈstɒl ə dʒi, ɪˌmyu-)

n.
the application of the methods of immunology to the study of tissues.
[1980]
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Crescentic GN is categorized by immunohistology into three groups: 1.
Erosive adenomatosis of the nipple: histology, immunohistology, and differential diagnosis.
The diagnosis of cutaneous manifestations of SLE is based on clinical, histopathological and immunohistology of skin lesions.
An allograft biopsy showed ten normal glomeruli with negative immunohistology, and early recurrent primary FSGS was deemed to be the most likely diagnosis.
The first protein to be mentioned in the pollination drop literature was acid phosphatase, but this protein was not found in pollination drops; it was located by immunohistology in the nucellus of Ephedra helvetica (= E.
Melatonin was first discovered in rat salivary gland using immunohistology.
Western blot immunoassay and immunohistology supporting a papillomavirus as the etiology of a cloacal papilloma/adenomatous polyp in a hyacinth macaw.
KPL's product pipeline comprises immunochemicals for in-vitro diagnostics, including primary and secondary antibodies, as well as reagents and kits targeting ELISA, western blotting, immunohistology, protein labeling, nucleic acid labeling, sample preparation, protein purification, and recombinant protein detection and analysis.
A cli-nicopathologic study of 79 cases with an analysis of histologic subtypes, immunohistology, and DNA ploidy.