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FSA is located on the long arm of chromosome 4 in a region that is associated with susceptibility to celiac disease. Additionally we are shipping and and many more products for this protein.
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Polymorphisms from the KIAA1109-interleukin 2 (IL2 (show IL2 ELISA Kits))-IL21 (show IL17C ELISA Kits) block in the 4q27 chromosome may contribute to the genetic susceptibility of ADs (show AGPS ELISA Kits) in the Tunisian population.
KIAA1109-rs4505848 polymorphism might be associated with the development of Behcet's disease.
The KIAA1109-TENR (show ADAD1 ELISA Kits)-IL2 (show IL2 ELISA Kits)-IL21 (show IL17C ELISA Kits) gene cluster, that encodes an interleukin (IL-21 (show IL17C ELISA Kits)) that plays an important role in Th17 cell biology, is the 20th locus for which there is a genome-wide level of support for association with rheumatoid arthritis.
Genetic variation in a linkage disequilibrium block encompassing the KIAA1109-TENR (show ADAD1 ELISA Kits)-IL2 (show IL2 ELISA Kits)-IL21 (show IL17C ELISA Kits) genes predisposes to celiac disease.
Using a family-based study we have provided a trend for the association of the KIAA1109/Tenr (show ADAD1 ELISA Kits)/IL2 (show IL2 ELISA Kits)/IL21 (show IL17C ELISA Kits) gene region with rheumatoid arthritis in populations of European descent.
This gene is located on the long arm of chromosome 4 in a region that is associated with susceptibility to celiac disease. The encoded protein is similar to a Chinese hamster protein that is associated with spermatocyte and adipocyte differentiation. The C-terminus of the protein is also similar to a Caenorhabditis elegans protein that plays a role in lipid storage. In mammals, this protein is thought to function in the regulation of epithelial growth and differentiation, and in tumor development.
fragile site-associated protein
, uncharacterized protein KIAA1109
, fragile site-associated protein homolog