CA15-3 Cancer Monoclonal Antibody
CA15-3 is a heterogeneous, 300 kDa glycoprotein used to monitor certain cancers, especially breast cancer. It is found on the surface of many types of cancer cells and shed into the blood stream. It is most commonly used to monitor advanced metastatic cancer.
Elevated levels of CA15-3, in conjunction with alkaline phosphatase (ALP), is found to be associated with an increased chance of early recurrence in breast cancer.
|Applications||Sandwich ELISA, Western Blot|
|Function in Disease||Tumour|
|Immunogen||Human CA15-3 antigen from human cell line|
|Presentation Matrix||PBS Buffer|
|Product Category||Monoclonal Antibodies|
Recommended as a detection antibody with BM236-K2F4 or BM236-V2G9 as the capture antibodies. Can also be used as a capture antibody
|Source||Murine Cell Culture|
|Storage||2-8°C (up to 1 month), below -15°C (long term)|
|Tested Applications||Sandwich ELISA, Western Blot|