Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), (CD66e) is a heterogeneous cell surface glycoprotein produced by cells of fetal colon. Low levels are also found on normal mucosal epithelia of the adult colon and a variety of other normal tissues. CEA is encoded by the CEA gene, which is located on chromosome 19. It is a member of the CEA gene family, which in turn is a subfamily of the immunoglobulin superfamily. Cell adhesion properties are now well recognized for CEA. It is believed that the expression of this glycoprotein in conjunction with other known adhesion molecules will influence the cell-cell interaction.
Specifications
Applications
IHC-P
Host
Mouse
Clonality
Monoclonal
Clone
COL-1
Supplier
MONOSAN Xtra
Shipping & storage
Shipping condition
Blue Ice
Storage temperature
2-8°C

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