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Found Carbohydrate 4 times.

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1. Carbohydrate
A compound or molecule that is composed of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen in the ratio of 2H:1C:1O. Carbohydrates can be simple sugar s such as sucrose and fructose or complex polysaccharide polymer s such as chitin .

2. Carbohydrate antigen 15-3
This protein is found in elevated amounts in the blood of patients with breast cancer; however, as of 1997 it was not yet suitable to be used clinically as a tumor marker .

3. Carbohydrate antigen 19-4
This protein is found in elevated amounts in the blood of patients colorectal cancer; however, as of 1997 it was not yet suitable to be used clinically as a tumor marker .

4. Carbohydrates
Organic molecules composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that serve as energy sources and structural materials for cells of all organisms.

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