Anti-CST9L antibodies are offered by a number of suppliers. This target gene encodes the protein 'cystatin 9 like' in humans and may also be known as CTES7B, bA218C14.1, testatin, and testicular tissue protein Li 45. Structurally, the protein is reported to be 17.3 kilodaltons in mass. Based on gene name, monkey and rat orthologs may also be found. For more comprehensive antibody product information (such as immunogen, specificity, applications, and more), visit the supplier page.