Serological identification of breast cancer-related antigens from a Saccharomyces cerevisiae surface display library.

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A yeast cell surface display technology was used for the isolation and characterization of tumor antigens recognised by autologous or allogeneic breast cancer serum. More than 100 clones recognized by patient serum were isolated using high-through-put fluorescence activated cell sorting. Combined serological and sequence analysis confirmed that a number of… (More)

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@article{Wadle2005SerologicalIO, title={Serological identification of breast cancer-related antigens from a Saccharomyces cerevisiae surface display library.}, author={Andreas Wadle and Axel Mischo and Jochen Imig and Beate Wuellner and Dan Hensel and Kristin Waetzig and F. -J. Neumann and Boris Kubuschok and Werner Schmidt and Lloyd J. Old and Michael Pfreundschuh and Christoph Renner}, journal={International journal of cancer}, year={2005}, volume={117 1}, pages={104-13} }