[Histonet] Protein U on Breast Panel ???

Phil McArdle pmcardle <@t> ebsciences.com
Thu Mar 22 09:18:12 CDT 2007


While I have heard of a nuclear (or ribonuclear) "Protein U," this is a 
long shot, but perhaps they want the serum protein (c-erB2) expressed in 
U/mg or U/mL?

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histology <@t> gradymem.org wrote:
> We had a surgeon order a breast panel with Her2Neu, IR-PR, Ploidy, and 
> Protein U.
> What is "Protein U"?  We send out for these test but the place we send 
> them hasn't heard of Protein U.
> Can anyone shed a light on this for me?
> Angie Barnett, HTL(ASCP)
> Grady Memorial Hospital
> Pathology Department
> 405/224-2258
> histology <@t> gradymem.org
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