LE WE PMID CA
Chromogranin A533Chromogranin A

alpha Fetoprotein

Biliary system (Neoplasia)

CA125

CEA

Cell secretion (Granule secretion)

Chromogranin A

Irritable bowel syndrome

MUC1

MUC5 Mucin5

Secretogranin III

1995  
1
1989  
2
Biochemistry of the chromogranin A protein family.
[2684154] Biochem J 262(1): 1-13 (1989)
1990  
3
Chromogranin A. Storage and release in hypertension.
[2406199] Hypertension 15(3): 237-46 (1990)
2005  
4
Chromogranin A: a surprising link between granule biogenesis and hypertension.
[16007250] J Clin Invest 115(7): 1711-3 (2005)
2010  
5
Secretogranin III: a bridge between core hormone aggregates and the secretory granule membrane.
[20203425] Endocr J 57(4): 275-86 (2010)
2009  
6
The role of serum chromogranin A in diarrhoea predominant irritable bowel syndrome.
[19337629] J Gastrointestin Liver Dis 18(1): 23-6 (2009)
2011  
7
2010  
8
Chromogranin A (CgA)--the influence of various factors in vivo and in vitro, and existing disorders on it's concentration in blood.
[20806183] Endokrynol Pol 61(4): 384-7 (2010)
2010  
9
Chromogranin A: a new proposal for trafficking, processing and induction of granule biogenesis.
[20006653] Regul Pept 160(1-3): 153-9 (2010)

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