PCR detection procedure for carcinoma cells

The gene GA733-2 is known to code for a glycoprotein on human epithelia and on a majority of carcinoma cells. What is dealt with here is an adhesion molecule that has a multitude of names and among other terms, is also called 17-1A-antigen. With the help of the PCR procedure, individual epithelial carcinoma cells of a broad spectrum of various tumour entities can be easily and reliably detected in diverse body samples, in particular bone marrow, peripheral blood, processed blood stem cells and effusions.

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