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Gene Review

S100Z  -  S100 calcium binding protein Z

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: Gm625, Protein S100-Z, S100 calcium-binding protein Z, S100-zeta
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High impact information on S100Z

  • The encoded 99-amino acid protein, designated S100Z, is capable of interacting with another member of the family, S100P [1].
  • S100Z gene expression appears to be deregulated in some tumor tissues, compared to expression in their normal counterparts [1].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of S100Z

  • S100Z cDNA was cloned into a bacterial expression system, and the S100Z protein was purified to homogeneity from bacterial lysates by a combination of hydrophobic column and gel-filtration chromatography [1].


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