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Glycoproteins, cross-reacting with carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), were found in normal human feces (NFA-2) and meconium (NCA-2). These three antigens are considered as the same gene products. Comparative study of their sugar chain structures, however, revealed that they have different sets of N-linked sugar chains reflecting the developmental and malignant transformational changes of the sugar chains of colon glycoproteins. High mannose type sugar chains and C2,4-branched biantennary sugardoi:10.1351/pac199567101689 fatcat:ouhdi7gqqne4xd563dkoiqwmia