Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
Applications: WB, ELISA, AP
Plexin A3, also known by its gene name PLXNA3, has 1,871 amino acids and is approximately 208kDa. Plexin A3 is a cell surface, transmembrane protein that is a member of the Plexin family. Plexin A3 is thought to play a role in the development of neural tissue and epithelial tissue, as well as function in axon guidance. Current research on Plexin A3 is being performed in relation to several diseases and disorders including Rett syndrome, neuronitis and ovarian cancer. Plexin A3 has also been shown to have interactions with SMN1, SMN2, MAPK8IP2, CBFA2T3 and CSNK2B in pathways such as the axon guidance pathway and the Semaphorin signaling pathway.
|Product By Gene ID
- Sex chromosome X transmembrane protein of HGF receptor family 3
- Semaphorin receptor SEX
- plexin A3
PTMs for Plexin A3
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