Structure and function of the Ca antigen.

Abstract

The Ca antigen, which can be detected in a wide range of malignant human tumours by means of the Cal antibody, is a glycoprotein of the mucin type. At least 95% of the carbohydrate is 0-glycosidically linked to the polypeptide which contains high proportions of glycine, serine and glutamic acid. The carbohydrate has a very simple structure: it is composed… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/bjc.1983.173

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@article{Bramwell1983StructureAF, title={Structure and function of the Ca antigen.}, author={M. E. Bramwell and Veer P. Bhavanandan and Gus Wiseman and Henry Harris}, journal={British Journal of Cancer}, year={1983}, volume={48}, pages={177 - 183} }