WD-repeat domain 79 (WDR79) contains six WD (tryptophan-aspartate) repeat domains found in a number of proteins that function as adaptor molecules in signal transduction and cytoskeletal organization. The WD repeat is defined by four or more repeating units of a conserved core of approximately 40 amino acids ending with tryptophan-aspartic acid (WD). WD repeats may serve as sites of protein-protein interaction for adaptor proteins and facilitate multiprotein complex formation. The function of the WDR79 protein has not been characterized, however significant and consistent single nucleotide polymorphisms in the WDR79 gene have been found to be associated with ER negative breast cancer.
Alternative names for
WDR79 Antibody include WRA
Telomerase Cajal body protein 1 antibody,
WD repeat-containing protein 79 antibody,
WD40 repeat-containing protein encoding RNA antisense to
WD repeat containing, antisense to T
telomerase Cajal body protein 1 antibody,
WD40 protein Wrap53 antibody.