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OVOL1 encodes a putative zinc finger containing transcription factor that is highly similar to homologous protein in Drosophila and mouse. Additionally we are shipping OVOL1 Antibodies (64) and OVOL1 Proteins (7) and many more products for this protein.
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OVOL1-regulated Fst and SFRP1 affect hair inductive potency of neonatal dermal cells.
OVOL1 of mouse neonatal dermal cells has a critical role in hair follicle neogenesis.
The LEF1/beta -catenin complex activates movo1
regulates pachytene progression of male germ cells, Id2 is target
Ovol1 mutant mice suffered perinatal lethality accompanied by kidney epithelial cysts of embryonic onset and delayed skin barrier acquisition; Ovol2 is a downstream target of Ovol1.
OVOL1 is an integral part of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor-mediated mechanism of Filaggrin expression in human keratinocytes.
Taken together, this study suggests that the OVOL1-OVOL2 axis is a key modulator of c-Myc expression in the shift from in situ epidermal malignancy (Bowen's disease) to invasive squamous cell carcinoma.
that the OVOL1-OVOL2 axis may actively contribute to cell differentiation and proliferation in the hair bulb
OVOL1 is a regulator of trophoblast progenitor cell fate during human trophoblast development.
KIF3A and OVOL1 are involved in the development of Atopic dermatitis in the Chinese pediatric population.
OVOL1 may play an important role in human skin morphogenesis and tumorigenesis.
Association of KIF3A, but not OVOL1 and ACTL9, with atopic eczema in Italian patients
Molecular phylogeny of OVOL1, OVOL2 and OVOL3 genes illustrates a conserved C2H2 zinc finger domain coupled by hypervariable unstructured regions in humans and other species
This gene encodes a putative zinc finger containing transcription factor that is highly similar to homologous protein in Drosophila and mouse. Based on known functions in these species, this protein is likely involved in hair formation and spermatogenesis in human as well.
, putative transcription factor Ovo-like 1
, ovo homolog-like 1
, OVO-like 1 binding protein
, OVO homolog-like 1