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Required for proper cytoplasm removal during spermatogenesis (By similarity). Additionally we are shipping and many more products for this protein.
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Interactions between RANBP17 (show RANBP17 Antibodies) and SPEM1, for the first time, point to a potential function of SPEM1 in the RANBP17 (show RANBP17 Antibodies)-mediated nucleocytoplasmic transport.
Interactions between UBQLN1 (show UBQLN1 Antibodies) and SPEM1 suggest a role in the regulation of protein ubiquitination during spermiogenesis.
Proper cytoplasm removal is a genetically regulated process requiring the participation of Spem1, a protein exclusively expressed in the cytoplasm of elongated (steps 14-16) spermatids in the mouse testis.
Required for proper cytoplasm removal during spermatogenesis (By similarity).
spermatid maturation 1
, spermatid maturation protein 1