Virilizer Antibody

The virilizer (vir) gene was discovered as a factor required for dosage compensation and sex determination in female flies. In drosophila it has been determined to function as a positive regulator of female-specific mRNA splicing. Database searches using the deduced amino acid sequence of the drosophila VIR retrieved a human protein BAA92667 (GenBank) which corresponds to the gene designated as KIAA1429. The human protein is 28% identical and about 40% similar to drosophila VIR and contains the putative transmembrane domain of drosophila VIR.
KIAA1429
KIAA1429
Protein virilizer homolog
:  DKFZP434I116 fSAP121 functional spliceosome-associated protein 121 MSTP054
Product
Specifications
Ordering Information
Human
IP
Between 200 and 250
$339
$99
Human
WB, IP, IHC
Between 1760 and 1810
This item is backordered. Please contact Bethyl Customer Support at 1-800-338-9579 if you are interested in purchasing this item. Expected Release mid June 2018 (Updated 12/05/2017)
This item is backordered. Please contact Bethyl Customer Support at 1-800-338-9579 if you are interested in purchasing this item. Expected Release mid June 2018 (Updated 12/05/2017)
This item is backordered. Please contact Bethyl Customer Support at 1-800-338-9579 if you are interested in purchasing this item. Expected Release mid June 2018 (Updated 12/05/2017)
Human
WB, IP, IHC
Includes: 1 each of A302-123A and A302-124A
This item is backordered. Please contact Bethyl Customer Support at 1-800-338-9579 if you are interested in purchasing this item. Expected Release mid June 2018 (Updated 12/05/2017)
Includes: 1 each of A302-123A and A302-124A