A mucin-like glycoprotein identified by MAG (mouse ascites Golgi) antibodies. Menstrual cycle-dependent localization in human endometrium.

@article{Kliman1995AMG,
  title={A mucin-like glycoprotein identified by MAG (mouse ascites Golgi) antibodies. Menstrual cycle-dependent localization in human endometrium.},
  author={Harvey J Kliman and Ronald Fred Feinberg and Lisa Barrie Schwartz and Michael A. Feinman and E. Weiss Lavi and Erika L. Meaddough},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={1995},
  volume={146 1},
  pages={
          166-81
        }
}
Human endometrial glands synthesize and secrete a high molecular weight mucin-like glycoprotein in a menstrual cycle-dependent fashion. A novel moiety within this Golgi-associated glycoprotein is strongly reactive with IgG antibodies in numerous murine ascites, and has been termed MAG (mouse ascites Golgi). Immunohistochemical staining of 201 endometrial biopsies revealed the following patterns: MAG first appeared in the Golgi on cycle day 5, peaked on day 15, was present on the surface of the… CONTINUE READING

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