M Baijal-Gupta

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PSP94 is a potential biomarker for evaluating patients with prostate carcinoma. We have systematically studied the epitope structure of PSP94 by using a polyclonal antibody against human PSP94. Results of peptide mapping and ELISA tests of dose response to rabbit antiserum against human PSP94 protein showed that only the N-terminal peptides (N30 and M23)(More)
PSP94 (beta microseminoprotein, beta MSP) is one of the three major proteins secreted by the normal human prostate gland. Using reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and Southern blotting, PSP94 transcripts were shown in human endometrium, myometrium, ovary, breast, placenta and in the human endometrial cancer cell lines KLE and AN3 CA.(More)
A simple three-step procedure for the purification of native prostate secretory protein (PSP94) from human seminal plasma is described. The steps are ammonium sulfate fractionation followed by a Macro-Prep S support (cation) flowthrough process and the final Macro-Prep high Q support (anion exchange) chromatography using two step-gradient elution. The(More)
BACKGROUND Prostatic secretory protein of 94 amino acids (PSP94) is one of the predominant proteins found in human seminal fluid. Limited information is available regarding a physiological function for PSP94. An important step in the elucidation of this function is the determination of the mechanism of interaction of PSP94 with potential cellular targets.(More)
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