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ZAR1L encodes a member of the ZAR1 family that is predominantly expressed in oocytes and early embryos.
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Analysis of the protein primary structure of Zar1-like showed a high conservation of the C-terminal region, where the putative presence of both zinc finger motifs and classical nuclear localization signals is also shared with Zar1 (show ZAR1 Proteins).
BRCA2 (show BRCA2 Proteins) gene promoter has bi-directional activity, expressing BRCA2 (show BRCA2 Proteins) and a novel C4-type zinc finger containing transcription factor ZAR2.
ZAR1L and ZAR1 (show ZAR1 Proteins) may comprise a novel family of processing-body/chromatoid-body components that potentially function as RNA regulators in early embryos.
This gene encodes a member of the ZAR1 family that is predominantly expressed in oocytes and early embryos. The protein may function as an RNA regulator in early embryos.
zygote arrest 1-like
, ZAR1-like protein
, zygotic arrest 2