Photomicrographs of moesin TMA cores. Representative immunohistochemical staining for moesin is featured in A) normal tissue adjacent to prostatic adenocarcinoma B) high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia and C) prostatic adenocarcinoma. Moesin staining was also diffuse and cytoplasmic, but was more granular in appearance than radixin. There were no significant differences in staining among the tissue types (p = 0.0152).
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