KI-67 PROLIFERATING INDEX AND HISTOLOGICAL GRADE, TYPE AND STAGE OF COLORECTAL CARCINOMA
AbstractBackground: The objective of this study was to assess the relationship of histological type, grade andstage of colorectal carcinoma with proliferative activity as measured by Ki-67 LI. It was a descriptivestudy and conducted at the Department of Pathology, University of Health Sciences, Lahore. Methods:Ki-67 is a protein associated with cell proliferation and is expressed in all the phases of cell cycle exceptG0. In the present study, Ki-67 expression in 50 patients with colorectal adenocarcinomas was observedusing immunohistochemistry with monoclonal antibody MIB-1. Results: Ki-67 LI was high in well andmoderately differentiated adenocarcinomas (mean Ki-67 LI 392.50± 56.58 and 342.24±96.84respectively) as compared to poorly differentiated adenocarcinomas (mean Ki-67 LI 250.00±113.46). Ki-67 LI was high in non mucinous adenocarcinomas than mucin secreting and signet ring celladenocarcinomas (mean Ki-67 393.93±55.91 vs 220.00±49.72 and 200.00±79.05 respectively). As regardthe Dukes’ staging, Ki-67 LI was high in colorectal carcinomas in Dukes’ stage B than tumours in Dukes’stage C (Mean Ki-67 LI 360.13±90.03 vs 241.66±101.31 respectively). Conclusion: The proliferativeactivity as measured by Ki-67 antibody is related to histological type, grade and stage.Keywords: Colorectal carcinoma, Grade, Proliferation index, Immunohistochemistry, Ki-67
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