Protein KIAA1199 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the KIAA1199gene. The KIAA1199 gene is a recently identified novel gene and one of 1,087 long cDNAs (named KIAA) that encode large proteins (average length of KIAA family member is 872 amino acids).
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