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Melanoma Antigen, Family C, 1 OKDB#: 1742
 Symbols: MAGEC1 Species: human
 Synonyms:  Locus: Xq26 in Homo sapiens
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General Comment Genes of the MAGE family direct the expression of tumor antigens that are recognized on a human melanoma by autologous cytolytic T lymphocytes. The MAGE genes were initially isolated from different kinds of tumors, and based on their virtually exclusive tumor-specific expression in adult tissues, they have been used as targets for cancer immunotherapy. However, although a large number of MAGE genes have now been identified and extensively studied in tumors of various origin, their functions in normal cells remain unknown.
General function Receptor
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Cellular localization Plasma membrane
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Ovarian localization Tumor cells
Comment Jungbluth AA, et al 2002 reported that CT7 (MAGE-C1) antigen expression in normal and neoplastic tissues, including ovarian carcinomas.
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