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This prostate-specific gene encodes a cytoplasmic protein, as well as a polytopic membrane protein which may serve as a target in prostate cancer diagnosis and immunotherapy. Additionally we are shipping Anoctamin 7 Proteins (5) and many more products for this protein.
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high level of NGEP expression could be associated with good prognosis in prostate cancer
NGEP protein is widely expressed in low-grade to high-grade prostate adenocarcinomas as well as benign prostate tissues, and the intensity of expression is inversely proportional to the level of malignancy.
Complete coding sequence of TMEM16G cDNA was determined by assembling 25 exons of TMEM16G gene
description of the novel prostate-restricted molecule D-TMPP widely expressed in prostate cancer tissues
NGEP is a glycoprotein with predicted glycosylation sites at N809 and N824. When these residues were converted to glutamine (show GFPT1 Antibodies), glycosylation was abolished, confirming that the residues are extracellular
NGEP is a potential target for T cell-mediated immunotherapy of prostate cancer.
This prostate-specific gene encodes a cytoplasmic protein, as well as a polytopic membrane protein which may serve as a target in prostate cancer diagnosis and immunotherapy. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants encoding different isoforms.
, Dresden-transmembrane protein of the prostate
, prostate cancer associated protein 5
, transmembrane protein 16G
, transmembrane protein 16g