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BOLA2 is located within a region of a segmental duplication on chromosome 16p. Additionally we are shipping and many more products for this protein.
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The Glrx3 and BolA2 bound and facilitated Fe-S incorporation into Ciapin1, a [2Fe-2S] protein functioning early in the cytosolic Fe-S assembly pathway. Thus, Glrx3.BolA is a [2Fe-2S] chaperone complex capable of transferring [2Fe-2S] clusters to apoproteins in human cells.
apo (show C9orf3 Antibodies) GRX3 (show GLRX3 Antibodies) and apo (show C9orf3 Antibodies) BOLA2 form a heterotrimeric complex, composed by two BOLA2 molecules and one GRX3 (show GLRX3 Antibodies) molecule
BOLA2 shows Homo sapiens-specific duplication; this occurred around 280,000 years ago, with the duplication nearly fixed early in the human lineage
This study reported that all three human BolA proteins (hBolA1, hBolA2, and hBolA3) are novel non-classical secreted proteins identified with bioinformatics and molecular biology experiments.
NMR structure of BolA2 [BolA2]
This gene is located within a region of a segmental duplication on chromosome 16p. The product of this gene belongs to the eukaryotic subfamily of the BolA-like proteins. This gene encodes the BolA-like protein 2. The BolA-like proteins are widely conserved from prokaryotes to eukaryotes, and these proteins seem to be involved in cell proliferation or cell-cycle regulation.
BolA-like protein 2
, bolA-like protein 2-like
, bolA homolog 2 (E. coli)
, BolA-like protein 2 member A
, bolA homolog 2
, bolA-like 2
, bolA-like protein 2