Paired box gene 8

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Paired box gene 8
Immunostain in short

PAX8 staining in a poorly differentiated carcinoma.
Abbreviation PAX8
Use RCC versus other, gynecologic tract malignancy versus other
Subspeciality gynecologic pathology, genitourinary pathology
Normal staining pattern nuclear stain
Positive renal cell carcinomas, renal oncocytoma, thyroid tumours, serous carcinoma, endometrial carcinomas

Paired box gene 8, commonly known by the abbreviation PAX8, is a commonly used immunostain in gynecologic pathology and genitourinary pathology.

Tumours with positive staining

May be positive

Negative staining

Negative PAX8 staining in a lymphoma.

See also

References

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