Alternative names for SHROOM3 antibody
Protein Shroom3, KIAA1481, SHRML, Shroom-related protein, hShrmL
Enzyme Immunoassay (E), Western blot / Immunoblot (WB)
Background of SHROOM3 antibody
SHROOM3 Antibody: SHROOM family members play diverse roles in the development of the nervous system and other tissues. SHROOM3 is an actin-binding protein is a regulator of the microtubule cytoskeleton during epithelial morphogenesis and is sufficient and necessary to induce a redistribution of the microtubule regulator gamma-tubulin. It is necessary for both apiscobasal cell elongation and apical constriction in the neural epithelium. SHROOM3 has also been shown to be essential for cell shape changes and morphogenesis in the developing vertebrate gut, with its transcription relying on the Pitx1 transcription factor.
Lee C, Le MP, and Wallingford JB. The shroom family proteins play broad roles in the morphogenesis of thickened epithelial sheets. Dev. Dyn. 2009; 238:1480-91
Lee C, Scherr HM, and Wallingford JB. Shroom family proteins regulate -tubulin distribution and microtubule architecture during epithelial cell shape change. Development 2007; 134:1431-41.
Haigo SL, Hildebrand JD, Harland RM, et al. Shroom induces apical constriction and is required for hingepoint formation during neural tube closure. Curr. Biol. 2003; 13:2125-37
Chung MI, Nascone-Yoder NM, Grover SA, et al. Direct activation of Shroom3 transcription by Pitx proteins drives epithelial morphogenesis in the developing gut. Development 2010; 137:1339-49.
|Rabbit||IgG||Aff - Purified||Hu||E, WB||
0.1 mg / €325.00
|OriGene Technologies, Inc.|
50 µg / €160.00
|Acris Antibodies GmbH|
50 µg / €370.00
|Abnova Taiwan Corp.|