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.
|Immunogen||Human CA125 antigen|
|Keywords||CA125, monoclonal, antibody, cancer marker|
|Presentation Matrix||PBS /Azide Buffer|
|Product Category||Monoclonal Antibodies|
Recommended as Detection antibody with BM234-S6A8 as the Capture antibody. Antibody detects CA125 and is “M-11 like” (Group B).
|Storage||2-8°C (up to 1 month), below -15°C (long term)|
|Tested Applications||ELISA, Western Blot|