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The protein encoded by SCGB1D2 is a member of the lipophilin subfamily, part of the uteroglobin superfamily, and is an ortholog of prostatein, the major secretory glycoprotein of the rat ventral prostate gland. Additionally we are shipping SCGB1D2 Proteins (3) and SCGB1D2 Kits (1) and many more products for this protein.
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Human Polyclonal SCGB1D2 Primary Antibody for WB - ABIN657715
Carter, Douglass, Cornellison, Retter, Johnson, Bennington, Fleming, Reed, Houghton, Diamond, Vedvick: Purification and characterization of the mammaglobin/lipophilin B complex, a promising diagnostic marker for breast cancer. in Biochemistry 2002
Human Polyclonal SCGB1D2 Primary Antibody for ELISA, WB - ABIN238534
Carter, Dillon, Reynolds, Retter, Fanger, Molesh, Sleath, McNeill, Vedvick, Reed, Persing, Houghton: Serum antibodies to lipophilin B detected in late stage breast cancer patients. in Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research 2003
The data indicate that MGB1, MGB2 and LIPB mRNAs are expressed at low levels in human tissues but basal expression is upregulated in ovarian cancer.
lipophilin B gene overexpression correlates with a less aggressive tumor phenotype and represents a novel ovarian carcinoma prognostic factor
The present report demonstrates, for the first time, lipophilin B expression in the pituitary and its apparent down-regulation in pituitary adenomas.
Ectopic overexpression of mammaglobin and lipophilin B did not affect the cell proliferation rate of Hs578T breast carcinoma cells in vitro.
The protein encoded by this gene is a member of the lipophilin subfamily, part of the uteroglobin superfamily, and is an ortholog of prostatein, the major secretory glycoprotein of the rat ventral prostate gland. Lipophilin gene products are widely expressed in normal tissues, especially in endocrine-responsive organs. Assuming that human lipophilins are the functional counterparts of prostatein, they may be transcriptionally regulated by steroid hormones, with the ability to bind androgens, other steroids and possibly bind and concentrate estramustine, a chemotherapeutic agent widely used for prostate cancer. Although the gene has been reported to be on chromosome 10, this sequence appears to be from a cluster of genes on chromosome 11 that includes mammaglobin 2.
, prostatein-like lipophilin B
, secretoglobin family 1D member 2
, androgen receptor
, prostatein peptide C1
, prostatic steroid binding protein C1
, prostatic steroid-binding protein C1