|Catalog Number||Size||Price (USD)||Shopping Cart|
|MO15020||100 ug||$255.00||Buy Now | Add to Cart|
Members of the Pax family of transcription factors contain a paired box DNA binding domain and may or may not contain a paired-type homeodomain and/or octapeptide region. Nine Pax genes have been identified in mammals and are divided into four subgroups based on the sequence elements present. Pax genes play a variety of roles during embryogenesis, regulating cell-lineage specification, proliferation, migration, and survival of diverse cell and tissue types. Several of the Pax genes are also expressed in cancers and serve as tumor markers.
Image: PAX7 staining of mouse C2C12 cells. Cells were stained with Rhodamine Red-conjugated donkey anti-Mouse IgG secondary antibody.
Pax7: Customer Publications
Images/Data. Differentiation is strongly reduced in satellite cell progeny on TRIM32−/− myofibers. (a), (c) and (e) Immunostainings of satellite cells on freshly isolated myofibers from wild type (+/+) and TRIM32−/− (−/−) mice cultured for 24 h (a), 48 h (c) and 72 h (e) and labelled with the indicated markers (upper grey boxes). (b), (d) and (f) Diagrams showing the relative frequency of Pax7+/MyoD− cells on fibers cultured for 24 h (b), Pax7+/Myogenin− cells on fibers cultured for 48 h (d) and Pax7−/Myogenin+ cells on fibers cultured for 72 h (f). In all cases cells on myofibers from wild type mice and TRIM32−/− mice are compared. (mean ± std; *P<0.001 compared to wild type). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030445.g003