Use your antibodies-online credentials, if available.
No Products on your Comparison List.
Your basket is empty.
Find out more
SIX4 encodes a member of the homeobox family, subfamily SIX. Additionally we are shipping SIX4 Antibodies (25) and many more products for this protein.
Showing 4 out of 4 products:
results reveal a role for Six4 during adult muscle regeneration and suggest a widespread mechanism of cooperation between Six4 and MyoD (show MYOD1 Proteins).
the transcription factors Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) and Six4 are required for male gonadal differentiation.
Direct molecular regulation of the myogenic determination gene Myf5 (show MYF5 Proteins) by Pax3 (show PAX3 Proteins), with modulation by Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins)/4 factors, is exemplified by the -111 kb-Myf5 (show MYF5 Proteins) enhancer
Data show that absence of Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) and Six4 leads to the development of dorsal myofibers lacking expression of fast-type muscle genes, and mainly expressing a slow-type muscle program.
These results suggest that Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) and Six4 genes are expressed in the taste bud cells, in newly formed or surviving type-II cells.
Six4 and Six5 repressed, while Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) activated myogenin (show MYOG Proteins) expression, suggesting that the differential regulation of myogenin (show MYOG Proteins) expression is responsible for the differential effects of Six genes
Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) and Six4 expression is required to specifically activate fast-type muscle genes
Data show that Six4 is transcriptional regulatory element X (TrexBF) in skeletal myocytes and transactivates the muscle creatine kinase (show CKM Proteins) enhancer.
Early syndetomal expression of scleraxis is reduced in the Six1Six4 embryo
Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) and Six4 regulate Slc12a2 (show SLC12A2 Proteins), the promoter region of Slc12a2 (show SLC12A2 Proteins) contains multiple Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins)-binding sites and one common binding site of Six1 (show SIX1 Proteins) and Six4
This gene encodes a member of the homeobox family, subfamily SIX. The drosophila homolog is a nuclear homeoprotein required for eye development. Studies in mouse show that this gene product functions as a transcription factor, and may have a role in the differentiation or maturation of neuronal cells.
homeobox protein SIX4
, sine oculis homeobox homolog 4
, sine oculis-related homeobox 4 homolog
, skeletal muscle-specific ARE-binding protein AREC3