C21orf59 - Gene - Gene Expression

Gene Expression

The C21orf59 primary sequence is found in high quantity in most tissues. Some tissues with notable less expression are the ganglions, the heart, and the liver. It is suspected C21orf59 is found in the brain early in development due to the two achaete-scute complex homologue transcription factor binding sites found in the promoter.

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