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Rabbit Anti-Human HCARG Polyclonal Antibody, Unconjugated from Proteintech Group, Inc.

Description: hypertension-related calcium-regulated gene, mRNA...
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NCBI CDD pfam07258

CDD is a protein domain classification resource of the National Center for ... HCaRG, a novel calcium-regulated gene coding for a nuclear protein, is ...

HCaRG increases renal cell migration by a TGF-{alpha} autocrine loop ...

To determine whether HCaRG plays a role in kidney repair after injury, we ... HCaRG-expressing HEK293 cells, which undergo lower proliferation, migrated ...

HCaRG is a novel regulator of renal epithelial cell growth and ...

The mRNA levels of HCaRG negatively correlate with the proliferative status of the kidney cells. ... Although HCaRG clones exhibited some enhanced ...

HCaRG, a Novel Calcium-regulated Gene Coding for a Nuclear Protein, Is ...

This novel gene, named HCaRG (hypertension-related, calcium-regulated gene), was ... HCaRG mRNA was significantly more expressed in adult than in fetal organs, and ...

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HCaRG, a Novel Calcium-regulated Gene Coding for a Nuclear Protein, Is ...

HCaRG (hypertension-related, calcium-regulated gene) ... mia followed by reperfusion, HCaRG mRNA declined rap ... HEK293 cells stably transfected with HCaRG exhib ...
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