Gastrointestinal Tumor Antigen (CA 50)

Gastrointestinal Tumor Antigen CA 50

A large glycoprotein of 210 kD in monomeric form that typically exists in the circulatory system as large aggregates. A cell surface glycoprotein on other Mucins such as MUC-1 defined by the monoclonal antibody epitope C-50 is used for clinical monitoring post therapy and early detection of relapsed colorectal, gastric and hepatocellular cancers.

CA 50 Ag., CC Conc
CA 50 Ag., CC Conc

Source: Human Colon Adenocarcinoma Cell Line. Concentration: >10,000 U/ml. Form: Liquid in PBS buffer with 0.1% NaN3: pH 7.4 ± 0.2

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