MAGE-G1. From this finding it is suggested that MAGE-G1 is involved in brain development and its abnormality causes neurodevelopmental diseases although its biochemical and functional features remain largely unknown. MAGE-G1 has characteristics similar to those of necdin which suppresses cell growth by inducing cell cycle arrest. MAGE-G1 like necdin targets both the transcription factor E2F1 and p75 neutrophin receptor.
NDNL2; necdin-like 2; melanoma-associated antigen G1; MAGE-G1 antigen; necdin-like protein 2; melanoma antigen, family G, 1; HCA4; Mageg1; mage-g1; AI642138; BB044375; 5730494G16Rik; mage; CMAGE; zgc:101850