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Protein (NX_Q9GZW5)
Protein
Gene SymbolSCAND2P to neXtProt (NX_Q9GZW5)
DescriptionPutative SCAN domain-containing protein SCAND2P
Chromosome15
Location15q25.2 (85174682 ~ 85185695) to Ensembl
Sequene Features : Isoforms 2, Variants 2, PTMsto neXtProt Sequence Features
Gene
Ontologies
GO: Biological Process GO: Mulecular Function GO: Cellular Component
.N/A .sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activity .nucleus
Proteomic Evidences
ReleaseProtein EvidencePrAbIsoformsVariantsPTMs
2015-01-01uncertain
2 2 0
2014-09-19uncertain
2 2 0
2014-05-27uncertain
2 2 0
2014-02-25uncertain
2 2 0
2013-12-09uncertain
2 2 0
2013-11-01uncertain
2 2 0
2013-09-12uncertain
2 2 0
2013-08-17uncertain
2 2 0
2013-07-15uncertain
2 2 0
2013-06-11uncertain
2 2 0
2013-02-12uncertain
2 2 1
2012-12-20uncertain
2 2 1
2012-10-30uncertain
2 2 1
2012-10-07uncertain
2 2 1
2012-08-24uncertain
2 2 1
2012-07-28uncertain
2 2 1
2012-06-08uncertain
2 7 1
2012-05-07uncertain
2 7 1
2012-04-10uncertain
2 7 1
2012-01-13uncertain
2 4 1
2011-12-20uncertain
2 5 1
2011-11-11uncertain
2 5 1
2011-08-23uncertain
2 5 1
EST expression level of Protein Coding Gene (ref. NCBI UniGene EST)
Body Sites
TissuesTPM*
bladder33
blood49
brain10
connective tissue6
embryonic tissue14
eye23
intestine4
kidney33
liver4
lung17
lymph node33
ovary39
pancreas4
placenta7
prostate5
skin4
testis6
tonsil58
uterus21
vascular38
Health State
TissuesTPM*
normal15
chondrosarcoma12
germ cell tumor11
glioma9
kidney tumor14
leukemia52
lung tumor19
ovarian tumor26
soft tissue/muscle tissue tumor7
uterine tumor44
Developmental Stage
TissuesTPM*
adult11
embryoid body42
fetus28
TPM*: Transcripts per million; transcript expression level measured by expression sequence tags.
Disease
No.Disease DescriptionRef.
1(*610417, gene) Scan domain-containing 2; SCAND2OMIM


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