Recombinant Human Anti-Human PAX6 Antibody, clone U53

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  • Published date: February 10, 2020
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Recombinant Human Antibody binds selectively to Human PAX6, expressed in E. coli. his gene encodes a homeobox and paired domain-containing protein that binds DNA and functions as a regulator of transcription. Activity of this protein is key in the development of neural tissues, particularly the eye. This gene is regulated by multiple e https://www.creativebiolabs.net/Recombinant-Human-Anti-Human-PAX6-Antibody-clone-U53-567.htm

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