PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)

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JADE3; Jade family PHD finger protein 3

PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)
By sequencing clones obtained from a size-fractionated myeloid leukemia cell line cDNA library, Nagase et al. (1996) cloned PHF16, which they designated KIAA0215. The deduced protein contains 823 amino acids. Northern blot analysis detected PHF16 in all human tissues and cell lines examined.
By radiation hybrid and human-rodent hybrid analysis, Nagase et al. (1996) mapped the PHF16 gene to chromosomes 3 and X. By genomic sequence analysis, Tzouanacou et al. (2003) mapped the PHF16 gene to chromosome X. They mapped the mouse Phf16 gene to a syntenic region on mouse chromosome X.

Organism species: Homo sapiens (Human)

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Proteinsn/aRecombinant PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)Recombinant Protein Customized Service Offer
Antibodiesn/aMonoclonal Antibody to PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)Monoclonal Antibody Customized Service Offer
n/aPolyclonal Antibody to PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)Polyclonal Antibody Customized Service Offer
Assay Kitsn/aCLIA Kit for PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)CLIA Kit Customized Service Offer
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Organism species: Mus musculus (Mouse)

CATALOG NO.PRODUCT NAMEAPPLICATIONS
Proteinsn/aRecombinant PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)Recombinant Protein Customized Service Offer
Antibodiesn/aMonoclonal Antibody to PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)Monoclonal Antibody Customized Service Offer
n/aPolyclonal Antibody to PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)Polyclonal Antibody Customized Service Offer
Assay Kitsn/aCLIA Kit for PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)CLIA Kit Customized Service Offer
n/aELISA Kit for PHD Finger Protein 16 (PHF16)ELISA Kit Customized Service Offer
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