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This is great, thank you.
Pathoma ch. 3 pg 23 "Basic Principles"
Shoutout to Imam Satter! Without him this question wasnt possible for me to answer in 10 sec.
Clonality can also be determined by androgen receptor isoforms, which is also present on the X chromosome (Pathoma Ch. 3 Neoplasia)
@fatboyslim thanks for reminding!
Just to make sure I got this right, because this is neoplastic and its monoclonal, you want to look at the isozymes to determine its clonality?
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Neoplasia is new tissue growth that is unregulated, irreversible, and monoclonal.
Clonality can be determined by glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) enzyme isoforms. G6PD is X-linked.
*For more information check out Ch. 3 Neoplasia in Pathoma