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Cysteine-rich secretory proteins (CRISPs) represent a family of evolutionarily conserved proteins which may play a role in the innate immune system and are transcriptionally regulated by androgens in several tissues. AEG is a sperm surface protein involved in the fusion of egg and sperm. Although CRISP-1 (also designated AEG-like protein, ARP, cysteine-rich secretory protein-1 or AEG-related protein) is not the ortholog of rodent AEG, it resembles AEG in that it is an epididymal secretory glycoprotein that binds to the postacrosomal region of the sperm head. CRISP-1 coats the postacrosomal region of sperm heads as they pass through the epididymis. CRISP-1 is found in all regions of the epididymis, ductus deferens, seminal plasma and sperm. CRISP-3 is expressed in pancreas and prostate tissues and, along with CRISP-1, is expressed in saliva. The gene that encodes CRISP-3 is an early response gene that may participate in the pathophysiology of the autoimmune lesions of Sjogren's syndrome.
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What is the recommended secondary reagent to be used with sc-101378: CRISP-3 (LV-2A2) mouse monoclonal primary?
Asked by: cjMara
We recommend using one our exclusive Mouse IgG Binding Proteins as a secondary detection reagent. A complete list of available binding proteins is available on our website here: