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Gene Review

IFRD2  -  interferon-related developmental regulator 2

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: IFNRP, Interferon-related developmental regulator 2, Protein SKMC15, SKMc15, SM15
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Disease relevance of IFRD2

  • We report the cloning and mutational analysis of a novel human gene, SKMc15, from the commonly homozygously deleted region in three small cell lung cancer lines (NCI-H1450, NCI-H740, GLC20) [1].

High impact information on IFRD2

  • Several fragments of statherin, 1-15 (SN15), 5-15 (SN11), 15-29 (SM15), 29-43 (SC15), 19-43 (SC25), and analogs of the N-terminal 15-residue sequence, where phosphoserines at positions 2 and 3 have been replaced by Ser (SNS15) and Asp (SNA15), respectively, were synthesized [2].


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