FOXC2 (forkhead box protein C2) is a member of the Forkhead transcription factor family. It is critical to the development of lymphatic vasculture. Mutations in FOXC2 are responsible for lymphedema-distichiasis, a disease characterized by the obstruction of lymphatic drainage of the limbs and extra eyelashes (distichiasis).
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FOXC2 Antibody include forkhead-related protein FKHL14 antibody, FKH-14 antibody, mesenchyme fork head protein 1 antibody, MFH-1 antibody, LD antibody.