EMA is encoded by the MUC1 gene, and, in addition to its role as a broad-spectrum epithelial marker, it is often used in the dis- tinction of sebaceous and squamous cell carcinoma (EMA+) from basal cell carcinoma (EMA−) and ovarian surface epi- thelial tumors (EMA+) from sex cord-stromal tumors (EMA−)
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