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Anti-Mucin [Cam 17.1]

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Catalogue Number 151334
Applications ELISA FACS IHC IP
Antigen/Gene or Protein Targets Mucin (Colonic and pancreatic)
Reactivity Human
Relevance CAM 17.1 is an antimucin monoclonal antibody which can be used for serological diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. CAM 17.1 binds to a sialic-acid-containing determinant of mucin, probably sialyl-I, which epitope shows wide distribution throughout the gastro-intestinal tract.
Host Mouse
Immunogen Coll2-23 colorectal cancer cells and live PC/AA polyposis coli cells.
Subclass IgM
Research Area Cancer, Cell Signaling & Signal Transduction

References: 8 entries

Eccleston et al. 1998. Digestion. 59(6):665-70. PMID: 9813391.

Pancreatic tumour marker anti-mucin antibody CAM 17.1 reacts with a sialyl blood group antigen, probably I, which is expressed throughout the human gastrointestinal tract.

Europe PMC ID: 9813391

Yiannakou et al. 1997. Lancet. 349(9049):389-92. PMID: 9033465.

Prospective study of CAM 17.1/WGA mucin assay for serological diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

Europe PMC ID: 9033465

Gansauge et al. 1996. Br J Cancer. 74(12):1997-2002. PMID: 8980403.

CAM 17.1--a new diagnostic marker in pancreatic cancer.

Europe PMC ID: 8980403

Parker et al. 1992. Cancer. 70(5):1062-8. PMID: 1515982.

A new enzyme-linked lectin/mucin antibody sandwich assay (CAM 17.1/WGA) assessed in combination with CA 19-9 and peanut lectin binding assay for the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

Europe PMC ID: 1515982


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References: 8 entries

Eccleston et al. 1998. Digestion. 59(6):665-70. PMID: 9813391.

Pancreatic tumour marker anti-mucin antibody CAM 17.1 reacts with a sialyl blood group antigen, probably I, which is expressed throughout the human gastrointestinal tract.

Europe PMC ID: 9813391

Yiannakou et al. 1997. Lancet. 349(9049):389-92. PMID: 9033465.

Prospective study of CAM 17.1/WGA mucin assay for serological diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

Europe PMC ID: 9033465

Gansauge et al. 1996. Br J Cancer. 74(12):1997-2002. PMID: 8980403.

CAM 17.1--a new diagnostic marker in pancreatic cancer.

Europe PMC ID: 8980403

Parker et al. 1992. Cancer. 70(5):1062-8. PMID: 1515982.

A new enzyme-linked lectin/mucin antibody sandwich assay (CAM 17.1/WGA) assessed in combination with CA 19-9 and peanut lectin binding assay for the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

Europe PMC ID: 1515982


Add a reference

References: 8 entries

Eccleston et al. 1998. Digestion. 59(6):665-70. PMID: 9813391.

Pancreatic tumour marker anti-mucin antibody CAM 17.1 reacts with a sialyl blood group antigen, probably I, which is expressed throughout the human gastrointestinal tract.

Yiannakou et al. 1997. Lancet. 349(9049):389-92. PMID: 9033465.

Prospective study of CAM 17.1/WGA mucin assay for serological diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

Gansauge et al. 1996. Br J Cancer. 74(12):1997-2002. PMID: 8980403.

CAM 17.1--a new diagnostic marker in pancreatic cancer.

Parker et al. 1992. Cancer. 70(5):1062-8. PMID: 1515982.

A new enzyme-linked lectin/mucin antibody sandwich assay (CAM 17.1/WGA) assessed in combination with CA 19-9 and peanut lectin binding assay for the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.


Add a reference


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