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CAT56 Antibodies

Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc. offers a broad range of CAT56 antibodies. Select CAT56 antibodies from several monoclonal and/or polyclonal CAT56 antibodies listed below. View detailed CAT56 antibody specifications by linking to the specific product blocks. Select appropriate CAT56 antibodies for your research by isotype, epitope, applications and species reactivity. CAT56 gene silencer products in siRNA, shRNA Plasmid and shRNA Lentiviral Particle formats are also available.

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PRODUCT NAMECAT. #ISOTYPEEPITOPEAPPLICATIONSSPECIESCITATIONSRATING
CAT56 (P-15)sc-242315goat IgGN-terminal (h)WB, IF, ELISAhumanNEW

CAT56 siRNA, shRNA Plasmid and shRNA Lentiviral Particles gene silencers include:

siRNAsshRNA PlasmidsshRNA Lentiviral ParticlesCITATIONSRANKING
CAT56 siRNA (h): sc-95054CAT56 shRNA Plasmid (h):
sc-95054-SH
CAT56 shRNA (h)
Lentiviral Particles: sc-95054-V
Not Rated
CAT56 siRNA (m): sc-142028CAT56 shRNA Plasmid (m):
sc-142028-SH
CAT56 shRNA (m)
Lentiviral Particles: sc-142028-V
Not Rated

Proline-rich proteins are often involved in protein-protein interactions and typically act as ligands for SH3, WW and EVH1 domains. CAT56 (MHC class I region proline-rich protein CAT56), also known as PRR3 (proline rich 3), is a 188 amino acid protein that contains one C3H1-type zinc finger and exists as two alternatively spliced isoforms. The gene encoding CAT56 maps to human chromosome 6, which contains 170 million base pairs and comprises nearly 6% of the human genome. Deletion of a portion of the q arm of chromosome 6 is associated with early onset intestinal cancer, suggesting the presence of a cancer susceptibility locus. Additionally, Porphyria cutanea tarda, Parkinson's disease, Stickler syndrome and a susceptibility to bipolar disorder are all associated with genes that map to chromosome 6.