These volumes represent the "state-of-the-art" in morphological methods for detection of steroid receptors. Some physician authors have applied many of the new methodologies in clinical research projects deisgned to improve medical practice, and these attempts have been placed in Volume II. The Background and recent advances presented here are intended to stimulate further experimentation and new innovations, and spur clinical trials by all investigators with an interest in steroid hormones, cell biology, and clinical oncology.
Table of Contents
1. The Application of Thaw-Mount Autoradiography for the Localization of Putative Estrogen Target Cells in Human Mammary Lesions 2. Morphologic Detection of Multiple Steroid Binding Sites in Breast Cancer by Histochemistry and by Immunocytochemistry with Monoclonal Antireceptor Antibody Relatioship to Endocrine Response 3. A Fluorescent Histochemical Study of Steroid Receptors in Human Breast Cancer 4. Histochemical Sex Steroid Hormone Receptor Assay and Treatment of Breast Cancer in Chinese Patients 5. Cancer of the Breast: Clinicopathological Correlations in Primary, Recurrent and Metastatic Tumors with Histochemically Determined Hormone Receptors 6. How to Validate Histochemical Techniques as Predictors of Hormonal Response 7. Localization of Steroid Binding in Prostatic Carcinoma by Histochemistry: Therapeutic Implications 8. Binding of Labeled Estrogen-Albumin Conjugates in Breast Cancer 9. Peroxidase Labeling of Estrogen Binding Sites in Breast Cancer 10. Critical Issues in the Evaluation of Histochemical and Biochemical Methods for Steroid Receptor Analysis