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Store at -20ºC or below. After reconstitution, keep as concentrated solution. Avoid freeze-thaw cycles.
MAVSDALLPS FSTFASGPAG REKTLRQAGA PNNRWREELS HMKRLPPVLP GRPYDLAAAT VATDLESGGA GAACGGSNLA PLPRRETEEF NDLLDLDFIL SNSLTHPPES VAATVSSSAS ASSSSSPSSS GPASAPSTCS FTYPIRAGND PGVAPGGTGG GLLYGRESAP PPTAPFNLAD INDVSPSGGF VAELLRPELD PVYIPPQQPQ PPGGGLMGKF VLKASLSAPG SEYGSPSVIS VSKGSPDGSH PVVVAPYNGG PPRTCPKIKQ EAVSSCTHLG AGPPLSNGHR PAAHDFPLGR QLPSRTTPTL GLEEVLSSRD CHPALPLPPG FHPHPGPNYP SFLPDQMQPQ VPPLHYQELM PPGSCMPEEP KPKRGRRSWP RKRTATHTCD YAGCGKTYTK SSHLKAHLRT HTGEKPYHCD WDGCGWKFAR SDELTRHYRK HTGHRPFQCQ KCDRAFSRSD HLALHMKRHF GGYGRKKRRQ RRR
< 1 EU/μg
For laboratory use only. Not for any clinical, therapeutic, or diagnostic use in humans or animals. Not for animal or human consumption.
Kruppel like factor 4 , EZF , GKLF
This gene encodes a protein that belongs to the Kruppel family of transcription factors. The encoded zinc finger protein is required for normal development of the barrier function of skin. The encoded protein is thought to control the G1-to-S transition of the cell cycle following DNA damage by mediating the tumor suppressor gene p53. Mice lacking this gene have a normal appearance but lose weight rapidly, and die shortly after birth due to fluid evaporation resulting from compromised epidermal barrier function. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants encoding different isoforms. [provided by RefSeq, Sep 2015]