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Zinc finger protein 75D

ZNF75, D8C6
This gene encodes a protein that likely functions as a transcription factor. The protein, which belongs to the ZNF75 family, includes an N-terminal SCAN domain, a KRAB box, and five C2H2-type zinc finger motifs. Another functional gene belonging to this family is located on chromosome 16, while pseudogenes have been identified on chromosomes 11 and 12. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcripts variants. [provided by RefSeq, Jun 2010] (from NCBI)
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Papers on ZNF75
The ZNF75 zinc finger gene subfamily: isolation and mapping of the four members in humans and great apes.
Vezzoni et al., Milano, Italy. In Genomics, 1996
We have previously reported (Villa et al. (1993), Genomics 18: 223) the characterization of the human ZNF75 gene located on Xq26, which has only limited homology (less than 65%) to other ZF genes in the databases.
Molecular analysis and comparison of radiation-induced large deletions of the HPRT locus in primary human skin fibroblasts.
Chen et al., United States. In Radiat Res, 1996
These markers include: DXS53, 299R, DXS79, yH3L, 3/19, PR1, PR25, H2, yH3R, 1/44, 1/67, 1/1, DXS86, D8C6, DXS10 and DXS144.
ZNF75: isolation of a cDNA clone of the KRAB zinc finger gene subfamily mapped in YACs 1 Mb telomeric of HPRT.
Repetto et al., Milano, Italy. In Genomics, 1993
We have previously mapped a zinc finger genomic motif (ZNF75) to the Xq26 cytogenetic band by using a hybrid panel.
Isolation of a zinc finger motif (ZNF75) mapping on chromosome Xq26.
Redolfi et al., Milano, Italy. In Genomics, 1992
We report here the partial characterization of a new human zinc finger (ZNF75) gene of the Kruppel type mapping to the long arm of the X chromosome.
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