A carcinoembryonic antigen family cDNA from mouse placenta encoding a protein with a rare domain composition.

Abstract

The carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) family comprises many members with pleiotropic functions. Among normal tissues, placenta is characterized by the abundant production of many different kinds of CEA-related proteins, which are apparently important for the maintenance of pregnancy. Using RNA differential display applied to mouse placentae at different… (More)

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Kataoka2000ACA, title={A carcinoembryonic antigen family cDNA from mouse placenta encoding a protein with a rare domain composition.}, author={Kyoko Kataoka and Yoichiro Takata and Atsushi Nakajima and S. Saito and Nam-ho Huh}, journal={Placenta}, year={2000}, volume={21 7}, pages={610-4} }