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Human embryonic prealbumin as a marker for tumours and fibroblasts.

Embryonic prealbumin (E.P.A.) was demonstrated by agar immunodiffusion in 122 out of 505 homogenates of various tumours and in 7 out of 20 serum samples from patients with connective-tissue tumours. Analogous antigen was found in human embryonic and adult cultured fibroblasts. This newly identified antigen is probably actively secreted by fibroblasts into the circulation of patients with tumours.[1]


  1. Human embryonic prealbumin as a marker for tumours and fibroblasts. Tatarinov, Y.S., Kalashnikov, V.V., Vasiliev, M.Y., Voloshuk, S.G., Kraevsky, N.A., Vorsanova, S.G. Lancet (1978) [Pubmed]
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