CA125 Cancer Monoclonal Antibody


CA-125 is a protein normally made by certain cells in the body, including the ovaries, Fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, and lining of the chest and abdominal cavities (the pleura and peritoneum).

When CA-125 is found in higher than normal amounts (more than 35 kU/ml), it is considered a marker for cancer.

Benign conditions that can raise CA-125 include infections of the lining of the abdomen and chest, menstruation, pregnancy, endometriosis, and liver disease. 

More Information
Amount 1mg
Abbreviation CA125
Applications ELISA
Host Mouse
Immunogen Human CA125 antigen
Isotype IgG1
Keywords CA125, monoclonal, antibody, cancer marker
Presentation Matrix PBS /Azide Buffer
Product Category Monoclonal Antibodies
Purity/Grade Protein A
Recommended Use

Recommended as Detection antibody with BM234-S6A8 as the Capture antibody. Antibody detects CA125 and is “M-11 like” (Group B).

Shipping Recommendation 2-8°C
Source Murine
Storage 2-8°C (up to 1 month), below -15°C (long term)
Tested Applications ELISA, Western Blot
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