The developmentally important Sox family has no singular function, and many members possess the ability to regulate several different aspects of development. While many Sox genes are involved in sex determination, some are also important in processes such as neuronal development. For example, Sox2 and Sox3 are involved in the transition between epithelial granule cells in the cerebellum to their migratory state. Granule cells then differentiate to granule neurons, with Sox11 being involved in this process. It is thought that some Sox genes may be useful in the early diagnosis of childhood brain tumours due to this sequential expression in the cerebellum, making them a target for significant research.
Image: SOX2 staining of Uterus, Endometrial Glands 20x.
|SOX1||GT15208||Goat IgG||H||IHC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|SOX2||MO15040||Mouse IgG||H||IHC; WB||100 ug||$255|
|SOX2||GT15098||Goat IgG||H||E; IHC; WB||100 ug.||$375|
|SOX2||RA25021||Rabbit IgG||H; M||ICC; IHC; WB||100 ul|
50 ul. Blocking Peptide
|SOX3||GT15119||Goat IgG||H||ICC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|SOX6||RA19023||Rabbit IgG||H; M; Pr; R||IHC; WB||100 ug||$225|
|SOX7||MO15050||Mouse IgG||H||WB; E||100 ug|
|SOX9||GT15207||Goat IgG||H||IHC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|SOX10||GT15218||Goat IgG||H||IHC; WB; E||100 ug.||$365|
|SOX10||MO15116||Mouse IgG||H; R||ICC; IHC||100 ug||$255|
|SOX17||GT15094||Goat IgG||H||ICC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|SOX21||GT15209||Goat IgG||H; M||IHC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|