The murine heat-stable antigen: a differentiation antigen expressed in both the hematolymphoid and neural cell lineages.

@article{Rougon1991TheMH,
  title={The murine heat-stable antigen: a differentiation antigen expressed in both the hematolymphoid and neural cell lineages.},
  author={Genevi{\`e}ve N. Rougon and Lesley A. Alterman and Kathryn E. Dennis and Xi-zhi J Guo and Christine Kinnon},
  journal={European journal of immunology},
  year={1991},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={1397-402}
}
The murine heat-stable antigen (HSA) and the p31 antigen are cell surface glycoconjugates which are transiently expressed during the development and differentiation of the hematolymphoid and neural cell lineages, respectively. We show here that monoclonal antibodies which react with these two species recognize a common antigenic determinant which is expressed on both HSA and p31, and the HSA and p31 share a common protein core. Differences in the molecular weights of the antigens most likely… CONTINUE READING