Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 8th, 1999
Mammaglobin is expressed in the adult mammary gland and has been shown to be differentially expressed in numerous breast carcinoma cell lines and in primary and metastatic human breast tumors. The breast-specific expression of mammaglobin and its marked over-expression in breast cancer specimens suggest that mammaglobin potentially could be used as a tumor vaccine antigen and as an effective marker...
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