Breast Epithelial Antigens: Molecular Biology to Clinical Applications

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Roberto L. Ceriani
Springer, 1991 - Medical - 245 pages
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Reporting on the clinical procedures that have now been developed from the initial research on using monoclonal antibodies to diagnose and treat breast cancer, the 21 papers also review promising research still in the pipeline. The various descriptions of breast epithelial antigens consider their mo

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Contents

Molecular Analysis of H23 Epithelial Tumor Antigen Differentially
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Characterization and Evolution of an Expressed Hypervarlable Gene
15
Structure Processing Differential Glycosylation and Biology
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