WB, IHC, IHC-PHost:
Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
WB, ELISA, PA
KERA is a gene that codes for a protein that helps develop and maintain corneal transparency, as it is highly expressed in the cornea, as well as contributes to the structure of the stromal matrix that has a length of 352 amino acids and a weight of approximately 40.5 kDa. Studies are being conducted on severeal diseases and disorders relating to this gene, including cornea plana congenital, acrus senilis, keratopathy, corneal dystrophy, hyperopia, and glaucoma. KERA has also been shown to have interactions with CXCL2, B3GNT7, CHST1, CHST5, and CHST6 in pathways such as the MAroteaux-Lamy syndrome, metabolic, and Sanfilippo syndrome pathways.
|Product By Gene ID
- SLRR2BKeratan sulfate proteoglycan keratocan
Bioinformatics Tool for KERA
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