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Mammaglobin

mammaglobin immunohistochemistry, mammaglobin and breast cancer
Mammaglobin is a gene that encodes a 10-kilodalton glycoprotein1 In humans expression of the gene is limited to the adult mammary gland, a correlation between increased expression of the gene and breast cancer has been reported23

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  1. ^ Fleming TP, Watson MA 2000 "Mammaglobin, a breast-specific gene, and its utility as a marker for breast cancer" Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 923: 78–89 PMID 11193781 doi:101111/j1749-66322000tb05521x 
  2. ^ Watson MA, Fleming TP February 1996 "Mammaglobin, a mammary-specific member of the uteroglobin gene family, is overexpressed in human breast cancer" Cancer Research 56 4: 860–5 PMID 8631025 
  3. ^ Grünewald K, Haun M, Fiegl M, et al September 2002 "Mammaglobin expression in gynecologic malignancies and malignant effusions detected by nested reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction" Laboratory Investigation 82 9: 1147–53 PMID 12218075 doi:101097/01lab0000027840160648a 

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