PR domain-containing protein 10 (PRDM10) is a transcription factor that contains C2H2-type zinc-fingers. It also contains a positive regulatory domain, which has been found in several other zinc-finger transcription factors including those involved in B cell differentiation and tumor suppression. Studies of the mouse counterpart suggest that this protein may be involved in the development of the central nerve system (CNS), as well as in the pathogenesis of neuronal storage disease.
Alternative names for
PRDM10 Antibody include Tristanin antibody,
PR domain zinc finger protein 10 antibody,
PR domain-containing protein 10 antibody,
PR domain containing 10 antibody,
PR-domain family member 7 antibody,
PRDM zinc finger transcription factor antibody.