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MUC1 (redirected from CD227)
MUC1 A 265- to 400-kD transmembrane glycoprotein encoded by MUC1 on chromosome 1q21, which is found in milk-fat globule membranes.
Normal epithelia and perineurial cells, choroid plexus, arachnoid granulation, epithelioid histiocytes.
Neoplastic epithelia, meningiomas, mesotheliomas, mesenchymal tumours, some lymphomas, anaplastic large cell lymphomas.
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Incubation with mouse anti human monoclonal CD227
antibody (mucin 1) (clone VU-3C6, AbDSerotec, 1:200 dilution), mouse anti human monoclonal mucin 4 antibody (clone 5B12, AbDSerotec; 1:1000 dilution) and mouse anti human monoclonal mucin 5AC antibody (clone 1-13M1, AbDSerotec, 1:200 dilution) for properly 30, 10 and 30 minutes in room temperature.
Nine antigens (CD44, CD49e, CD71, CD221, CD227
, EGFR, EpCAM, Her2, and Her3) are breast-tumor related and expressed by at least one of the included cell lines (19).