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The human forkhead-box (FOX) gene family consists of at least 43 members, including FOXE3, a 288-amino acid protein. FOXE3 is a winged-helix transcription factor that plays a crucial role during the initial stages of lens development and closure of the lens vesicle. FOXE3 may also act as a factor that promotes survival and proliferation while preventing differentiation in the lens epithelium. As the posterior cells of the lens fiber begin to differentiate, expression of FOXE3 is limited to the undifferentiated cells coating the anterior surface of the lens. Congenital primary aphakia (CPA) is a rare developmental disorder caused by a null mutation in the FOXE3 gene that is identified by the absence of a lens. The development of CPA is normally stimulated during the fourth or fifth week of human embryogenesis.
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Why does the blot show two bands, and neither of which is at 33 kDa (which is the predicted protein size for human FOXE3 protein)?
Asked by: SPadula
Thank you for your question. The Western blot data may not be representative of the endogenous molecular weight for FOXE3. This is detected in a human FOXE3 transfected 293T lysate. The observed molecular weight of FOXE3 may be higher than the predicted molecular weight as a result of post-translational modifications of the protein.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-07-20
I need to use an antibody to detect the protein in samples of avian origin. Do you know if sc-377465: FOXE3 (D-6) mouse monoclonal antibody will work?
Asked by: jenni
Please contact our Technical Service Department and we would be happy to perform sequence analysis and review our data to answer any questions you may have about additional species reactivity.