ROR gamma/RORC/NR1F3 Antibodies
ROR gamma/RORC/NR1F3 antibodies, also known as RAR Orphan Receptor gamma antibodies, contain 560 amino acid novel DNA binding transcription factors. RORC acts as major regulator for immunity, peripheral circadian rhythm, and cellular differentiation as well as steroid, lipid, xenobiotic, and glucose metabolism. ROR gamma is highly expressed in thymus, kidney, liver, and muscle as well as functional in GPCR research.
Alternate Names for ROR gamma/RORC/NR1F3 Antibodies
anti-ROR gamma/RORC/NR1F3 antibody, anti-RORC antibody, anti-MGC129539 antibody, anti-Nuclear receptor ROR gamma antibody, anti-Nuclear receptor ROR-gamma antibody, anti-Nuclear receptor RZR gamma antibody, anti-Nuclear receptor RZR-gamma antibody, anti-Nuclear receptor subfamily 1 group F member 3 antibody, anti-RAR-Related Orphan Nuclear Receptor Variant 2 antibody, anti-RAR-related orphan receptor C antibody, anti-RAR-related orphan receptor gamma antibody, anti-retinoic acid-binding receptor gamma antibody, anti-retinoid-related orphan receptor gamma antibody, anti-Retinoid-related orphan receptor-gamma antibody, anti-ROR gamma antibody, anti-RORG antibody, anti-RORGMGC129539 antibody, anti-RZRG antibody, anti-RZRGRZR-GAMMA antibody, anti-TOR antibody
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