Stella is a gene specifically expressed in primordial germ cells, oocytes, preimplantation embryos and pluripotent cells. It encodes a protein with a SAP-like domain and a splicing factor motif-like structure, suggesting possible roles in chromosomal organization or RNA processing. Embryos without Stella are compromised in preimplantation development and rarely reach the blastocyst stage.
Compaction associated protein 1 antibody
Developmental pluripotency associated 3 antibody
Developmental pluripotency associated protein 3 antibody
Developmental pluripotency-associated protein 3 antibody
Stella related protein antibody
Stella-related protein antibody
Western blot - Stella antibody (ab74531)
Lane 1 : Anti-Stella antibody (ab74531) at 1 µg/ml Lane 2 : Anti-Stella antibody (ab74531) at 2 µg/ml
All lanes : 293 cell lysate
Lysates/proteins at 15 µg per lane.
Predicted band size: 18 kDa Observed band size: 18 kDa
Hu X et al. Stem cells derived from human first-trimester umbilical cord have the potential to differentiate into oocyte-like cells in vitro. Int J Mol Med35:1219-29 (2015).
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