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ApoA-I-binding protein (AI-BP) and its homologues hYjeF_N2 and hYjeF_N3 comprise the YjeF_N domain protein family in humans with a role in spermiogenesis and oogenesis

Rudolph, C. ; Sigruener, A. ; Hartmann, A. ; Orso, E. ; Bals-Pratsch, M. ; Gronwald, W. ; Seifert, B. ; Kalbitzer, Hans Robert ; Verdorfer, I. ; Luetjens, C. M. ; Ortmann, O. ; Bornstein, S. R. ; Schmitz, G.


The screening for additional human YjeF_N domain containing proteins beside the apolipoprotein A-I interacting protein (AI-BP), identified two other genes designated hYjeF_N2-15q23 (formerly human homologue of yeast edc3) and hYjeF_N3-19p13.11 comprising the human YjeF_N family. AI-BP is ubiquitously expressed, with a predominance of these tissues where the homologues were found to be restricted ...


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