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mouse Vpp1 protein

expressed in all lobes but accumulated predominantly in the ventral prostate, and was detected on postnatal day 7 through adulthood exclusively in the prostate gland; the steady-state level of Vpp1 mRNA decreased markedly in response to castration, suggesting androgen regulation of Vpp1 expression; RefSeq NM_023865
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Vpp1 protein, mouse; palmitoyl protein thioesterase-like protein, mouse; ventral prostate predominant l protein, mouse; ventral prostrate predominant 1 protein, mouse
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