Figure 4.

Data-type discordance for CD64, CD6 and CD24. CD immunoreactivity of prostate cells and corresponding gene expression data. A. CD64 staining of normal prostate was confined to luminal cells with a staining intensity of 0.53, contrasting with the array data where gene expression levels were absent across all cell types and for all probe sets. B. CD6 staining in prostate cancer was confined to cancer cells with a staining intensity of 0.35, in contrast with the array data where gene expression levels were absent across all cell types and for all probe sets with the exception of probe set 213958_at, where cancer, endothelial and luminal expression were present. C. CD24 staining in prostate cancer was confined to luminal cells with a staining intensity of 0.96, this contrasts with the array data where gene expression levels were present across all cell types and for all probesets with the exception of probeset 1560395_at, where expression levels were absent for all cell types. Original magnification: 200×.

Pascal et al. BMC Genomics 2008 9:246   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-9-246
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