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Members of the CEACAM subfamily, including CEACAM5, belong to the CEA gene family. Additionally we are shipping CEACAM5 Antibodies (470) and CEACAM5 Kits (13) and many more products for this protein.
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Positive CEA mRNA in low rectal cancer is a factor that predisposes patients to a high risk for overall recurrence, especially for local recurrence.
High carcinoembryonic antigen elevation is associated with recurrence in rectal cancer.
CEA and CA19-9 are cancer antigens that are late markers of carcinogenesis, with significantly elevated serum concentrations in case of colon cancer with already developed metastases. Older age group of patient has significantly elevated levels of both antigens. Cancer was twice more common in men than in women.
High CEA expression is associated with breast cancer metastasis.
Pretreatment serum CEA levels over 30.02 ng/mL on behalf of worse characteristics and unfavourable tumor behavior, and a poor prognosis for a nearly doubled risk of mortality in gastric cancer patients.
Elevation of CEA level was an independent risk factor for the poor prognosis of early gastric cancer.
The elevation of serum CEA level was independent from the other tumor markers in hypohidrotic condition represented by acquired idiopathic generalized anhidrosis.
Elevated CEA levels during targeted therapy may be a more sensitive predictor of explosive lung adenocarcinoma progression in patients harboring mutant EGFRs compared to traditional imaging methods.
Increased CEA expression is associated with colorectal cancer.
The detection of TK1 (show TK1 Proteins) combined with that of cytokeratin-19 (show KRT19 Proteins) fragment (CYFRA21-1), CEA or NSE (show ENO2 Proteins) increased the diagnostic value of TK1 (show TK1 Proteins) for lung squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma and small cell lung cancer, respectively.
a new mechanistic insight into how the CEA (show CEA Proteins) IgV-like N domain participates in cellular events that can have a macroscopic impact in terms of cancer progression and metastasis.
Members of the CEACAM subfamily, including CEACAM5, belong to the CEA gene family. For general information on the CEA gene family, see CEACAM1 (MIM 109770).
meconium antigen 100
, carcinoembryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 5
, carcinoembryonic antigen
, pregnancy-specific glycoprotein 30
, carcinoembryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 5-like