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GGN is a germ cell-specific gene that encodes proteins that interact with POG (proliferation of germ cells). Zusätzlich bieten wir Ihnen GGN Antikörper (13) und GGN Proteine (4) und viele weitere Produktgruppen zu diesem Protein an.
No significant associations with fertility status were observed, suggesting that variance in the GGN gene are not a common cause of oligospermic infertility in Australian men
GGN1 and GGN3, interacted with POG (zeige FANCL ELISA Kits), regulated the localization of POG (zeige FANCL ELISA Kits), and played a role in spermatogenesis.
Results suggest that GGN plays a role in male meiotic DSB repair and is absolutely required for the survival of pre-implantation embryos.
This gene is a germ cell-specific gene that encodes proteins that interact with POG (proliferation of germ cells). Alternatively spliced transcript variants of a similar mouse gene encode at least three different proteins, namely gametogenetin protein 1a, gametogenetin protein 2, and gametogenetin protein 3, which show a perinuclear, cytoplasmic, and nucleolar localization, respectively. These proteins regulate the localization of POG and may play a role in spermatogenesis.