CDX4

CDX4

A gene on chromosome Xq13.2 that encodes a DNA-binding caudal type homeobox protein, which regulates transcription.
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Three Cdx genes, Cdx1, Cdx2, and Cdx4, exist in mouse and humans (CDX1, CDX2 and CDX4) and regulate anterior-posterior patterning [70, 71].
Possibly in cooperation with the trans-acting POU homeodomain protein Oct1, OBS play a role in regulating the promoter expression in genes such as Cdx4 in Xenopus laevis (ReeceHoyes et al.
The cdx is selected from the cdx family and includes cdx1, cdx2, or cdx4. The cdx may be a wild type protein appropriate for the species from which the cells are derived, or a mutant form of the protein.