Abstract. Two antigens – A6 and G7 – shared by mouse biliary epithelial and oval cells were revealed by monoclonal antibodies raised in rat immunized with oval-cell-enriched liver fraction. Oval cells were induced in CBA or F, (CBA |MX C57BL6) mice by a combination of a single injection of the alkylating drug Dipin with partial hepatectomy. In normal liver A6 antigen was localized, using light and electron microscopy, in biliary epithelial cells of all ducts including Hering canals. Some bile ductal and Hering cells were A6-negative. Occasionally, A6 antigen was present in single hepatocytes forming the periportal ends of hepatic cords. In preneoplastic and tumorous liver A6 antigen was present in bile ductal and oval cells and in a fraction of newly formed hepatocytes and tumor cells. G7 antigen was revealed in normal, precancerous and tumorous liver in biliary epithelial and oval cells but not in hepatocytes. A6 and G7 antigens were not liver-specific: they were expressed in various normal organs and tissues, especially in epithelia. In studies of mouse liver lineages A6 antigen can be used as a common marker of biliary epithelial and oval cells and hepatocytes at certain stages of differentiation. G7 antigen is a marker of oval and biliary epithelial cells. There was a striking similarity in A6 antigen localization to that of human blood group antigens in normal liver and liver tumors. A6 antigen may thus provide a useful tool for the study of neoexpression of human blood group antigens in liver tumors.