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PTX4 belongs to the pentraxin (PTX) superfamily of multifunctional conserved proteins. Additionally we are shipping and many more products for this protein.
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The long pentraxin Ptx4 discovered in this study reveals that the gene clusters alone in phylogenetic analysis, is well conserved from mammals to lower vertebrates and has a unique pattern of messenger RNA expression.
Study of long pentraxin PTX4 in silico and by transcript expression shows that the gene clusters alone in phylogenetic analysis, is well conserved from mammals to lower vertebrates, and has a unique pattern of messenger RNA expression.
PTX4 belongs to the pentraxin (PTX) superfamily of multifunctional conserved proteins. Pentraxins are characterized by a cyclic multimeric structure and a conserved C-terminal pentraxin domain of approximately 200 amino acids. All pentraxins have a conserved 8-amino acid sequence, HxCxS/TWxS, in which x is any amino acid, within their pentraxin domain. Pentraxins are divided into short proteins, such as C-reactive protein (CRP\; MIM 123260) and serum amyloid P protein (APCS\; MIM 104770), and long proteins, such as PTX3 (MIM 602492) and PTX4. Some PTXs are part of the humoral arm of innate immunity and behave as functional ancestors of antibodies by mediating agglutination, complement activation, and opsonization (summary by Martinez de la Torre et al., 2010
neuronal pentraxin-like protein C16orf38 homolog
, neuronal pentraxin-like protein C16orf38