Anti-Cystatin 9 like antibodies are available from several suppliers. In humans, this protein is encoded by the gene CST9L. The protein may also be known as CTES7B, bA218C14.1, testatin, and testicular tissue protein Li 45. The reported amino acid length is 147 and the expected mass is 17.3 kDa. Variants of this antigen may also be found in other species, including monkey and rat. Visit the supplier page for more detailed antibody product information, such as specificity and validated applications.