EpCAM (Epithelial Cellular Adhesion Molecule) also designated as CD326, KSA, TROP1 is a 40kD type I transmembrane calcium-independent homophilic adhesion glycoprotein. It functions as a homophilic calcium-independent epithelial-specific cell-adhesion molecule which is involved in cell signaling, cell migration, proliferation and differentiation. EPCAM is primarily expressed on the basolateral surface of most epithelia of different organs. It is highly expressed on most carcinomas of epithelial lineage and therefore used as a diagnostic and prognostic marker.
Intended Use: IVD
Antibody Type: Monoclonal
Clone: MOC-31
Source: Mouse
Tissue Type: Intestine Tissue

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