MUC1 and endometrial receptivity.

@article{Meseguer1998MUC1AE,
  title={MUC1 and endometrial receptivity.},
  author={M. A. Mar{\'i}n Meseguer and Antonio Pellicer and Carlos Sim{\'o}n},
  journal={Molecular human reproduction},
  year={1998},
  volume={4 12},
  pages={
          1089-98
        }
}
Mucins, best known as the major constituent of mucus, are a family of highly glycosylated, high molecular weight (> or = 200 kDa) glycoproteins present on the surface of human epithelial cells. MUC1 has the features of an integral membrane protein. It has an extracellular tandem repeat domain that forms the major part of the core protein, and results in a highly repetitive structure, which is extremely immunogenic. In the protein there is also a proteolytic cleavage site reported in the… CONTINUE READING

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