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Temporally regulated transcription and translation of several testis-specific genes is required to initiate the series of molecular and morphological changes in the male germ cell lineage necessary for the formation of mature spermatozoa. Additionally we are shipping SPANXB1 Antibodies (18) and many more products for this protein.
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Epigenetic mechanisms underlying the dynamic expression of cancer-testis genes, PAGE2, -2B and SPANX-B, during mesenchymal-to-epithelial transition
Human VCX/Y, SPANX, and CSAG2 gene families together with the murine SPANX gene and the CYPT family may share a common ancestor.
Copy number variation of the entire gene cluster containing all four SPANXA-E genes and with SPANXB, found exclusively in maturing sperm. Average CNV patterns did not differ between fertile and infertile men.
correlation between SPAN-Xb gene expression and B-cell immune responses in myeloma and other hematologic malignancies
genetic variability of SPANX-B and SPANX-C in a sample of Sicilian male population including patients with melanoma of the skin and controls; Sixteen and 13 genetic classes were detected for SPANX-B and SPANX-C genes, respectively
SPANX-B (Xq27 region) gene dosage analysis in Down's syndrome subjects with undescended testes
Temporally regulated transcription and translation of several testis-specific genes is required to initiate the series of molecular and morphological changes in the male germ cell lineage necessary for the formation of mature spermatozoa. This gene is a member of the SPANX family of cancer/testis-associated genes, which are located in a cluster on chromosome X. The SPANX genes encode differentially expressed testis-specific proteins that localize to various subcellular compartments. This particular gene maps to chromosome X in a head-to-tail orientation with SPANX family member B2, which appears to be a duplication of the B1 locus. The SPANXB genes are unique members of this gene family, since they contain an additional 18 nt in their coding region compared to the majority of family members. Although the protein encoded by this gene contains consensus nuclear localization signals, the major site for subcellular localization of expressed protein is in the cytoplasmic droplets of ejaculated spermatozoa. This protein provides a biochemical marker for studying the unique structures in spermatazoa, while attempting to further define its role in spermatogenesis.
SPANX family member B/F
, cancer/testis antigen 11.2
, cancer/testis antigen family 11, member 2
, nuclear-associated protein SPAN-Xb
, nuclear-associated protein SPAN-Xf
, sperm protein associated with the nucleus on the X chromosome B/F
, sperm protein associated with the nucleus, X chromosome, family member B1