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All miRNA hits for Caenorhabditis briggsae and cbr-miR-74

127 hits found.


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Gene Name Transcript Description GO Terms Score Energy P-value Length Total Sites No. Cons Species No. miRNAs
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CBG04317 ENSCBRT00000007687 C56C10.10 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495339]C56C10.10 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495339] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:C56C10.10
16.7268 -15.86 0.000268327 1300 9 1 9 [+] picture button
CBG19625 ENSCBRT00000001816 B0454.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494428]B0454.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494428] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:B0454.6
15.7085 -20.07 0.000394591 1300 3 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG12284 ENSCBRT00000013330 Nuclear pore complex protein Nup133 (Nucleoporin Nup133) (133 kDa nucleoporin). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q8WUM0]Nuclear pore complex protein Nup133 (Nucleoporin Nup133) (133 kDa nucleoporin). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q8WUM0] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENST00000261396
16.1239 -14.58 0.00123246 1300 6 1 5 [+] picture button
CBG09631 ENSCBRT00000005816 F25D1.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505700]F25D1.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505700] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F25D1.3
15.9826 -17.93 0.00212289 1300 2 2 3 [+] picture button
CBG19214 ENSCBRT00000013413 B0222.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505373]B0222.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505373] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:B0222.5
15.8176 -16.78 0.00223918 1300 6 2 8 [+] picture button
CBG01060 ENSCBRT00000002294 Putative cytochrome P450 CYP13A10 (EC 1.14.-.-). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q09653]Putative cytochrome P450 CYP13A10 (EC 1.14.-.-). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q09653] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ZK1320.4
16.6158 -15.73 0.00225979 1300 5 1 4 [+] picture button
ENSCBRT00000014426 eukaryotic translation initiation factor 2B, subunit 3 gamma (Eif2b3), mRNA [Source:RefSeq_dna;Acc:NM_133609]eukaryotic translation initiation factor 2B, subunit 3 gamma (Eif2b3), mRNA [Source:RefSeq_dna;Acc:NM_133609] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSRNOT00000024841
15.9068 -22.18 0.00234936 1300 5 1 6 [+] picture button
CBG12139 ENSCBRT00000013296 TropoNin T family member (tnt-4) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503544]TropoNin T family member (tnt-4) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503544] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:T08B1.2a
15.9542 -20 0.00264143 1300 3 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG01967 ENSCBRT00000005839 ZC373.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_509689]ZC373.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_509689] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ZC373.4
16.0166 -17.35 0.00270372 1300 3 2 4 [+] picture button
CBG01265 ENSCBRT00000005139 abt-4 encodes a predicted ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter that is a member of the ABCA subfamily of transport proteins. ABT-4 is predicted to function as a transmembrane protein that couples energy to transport of various molecules across membranes, but as loss of abt-4 activity via RNAi results in no obvious defects, the precise role of abt-4 in C. elegans development and/or behavior is not yet known. abt-4 promoter-gfp fusion proteins are widely expressed in larvae and adults, with expression seen in the pharynx, the pharyngeal-intestinal valve, the intestine, renal gland cells, hypodermis, various neurons, and unidentified cells in the head and tail. [Source: WormBase]abt-4 encodes a predicted ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporter that is a member of the ABCA subfamily of transport proteins. ABT-4 is predicted to function as a transmembrane protein that couples energy to transport of various molecules across membranes, but as loss of abt-4 activity via RNAi results in no obvious defects, the precise role of abt-4 in C. elegans development and/or behavior is not yet known. abt-4 promoter-gfp fusion proteins are widely expressed in larvae and adults, with expression seen in the pharynx, the pharyngeal-intestinal valve, the intestine, renal gland cells, hypodermis, various neurons, and unidentified cells in the head and tail. [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:Y39D8C.1
15.8851 -16.17 0.00272344 1300 4 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG02577 ENSCBRT00000007553 arginyl-tRNA synthetasearginyl-tRNA synthetase BY ORTHOLOGY TO:AAEL013862-RA
15.7296 -18.86 0.00277432 1300 5 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG11621 ENSCBRT00000011409 W06A7.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_506653]W06A7.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_506653] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:W06A7.2
15.8176 -17.37 0.00313204 1300 3 2 3 [+] picture button
CBG18401 ENSCBRT00000000996 glycogen synthase 1, muscle [Source:MarkerSymbol;Acc:MGI:101805]glycogen synthase 1, muscle [Source:MarkerSymbol;Acc:MGI:101805] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSMUST00000003964
15.8745 -13.76 0.00327286 1300 3 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG08163 ENSCBRT00000003762 The protein product of this gene is predicted to contain a glutamine/asparagine (Q/N)-rich ('prion') domain, by the algorithm of Michelitsch and Weissman (as of the WS77 release of WormBase, i.e., in wormpep77). [Source: WormBase]The protein product of this gene is predicted to contain a glutamine/asparagine (Q/N)-rich ('prion') domain, by the algorithm of Michelitsch and Weissman (as of the WS77 release of WormBase, i.e., in wormpep77). [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F52D1.3
15.7566 -18.98 0.00341413 1300 2 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG20934 ENSCBRT00000000626 Target of EGR1 protein 1. [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q96GM8]Target of EGR1 protein 1. [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q96GM8] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSMMUT00000028245
15.9731 -20.46 0.00383323 1300 5 1 5 [+] picture button
CBG04682 ENSCBRT00000010541 Y47G6A.25 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491185]Y47G6A.25 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491185] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:Y47G6A.25
16.2401 -20.65 0.00402325 1300 4 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG19228 ENSCBRT00000013436 MeDiaTor family member (mdt-27) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505386]MeDiaTor family member (mdt-27) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505386] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:T18H9.6
15.6465 -19.79 0.0042928 1300 1 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG18640 ENSCBRT00000011229 Seven TM Receptor family member (str-103) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_507058]Seven TM Receptor family member (str-103) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_507058] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F44G3.1
16.2757 -15.54 0.00438635 1300 6 1 6 [+] picture button
CBG23380 ENSCBRT00000011491 Nuclear hormone receptor family member nhr-154. [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:O01931]Nuclear hormone receptor family member nhr-154. [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:O01931] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:C13C4.2
15.6686 -15.3 0.00445882 1300 2 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG06982 ENSCBRT00000012348 ventricular zone expressed PH domain homolog 1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_078897]ventricular zone expressed PH domain homolog 1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_078897] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSXETT00000026743
15.6902 -21.87 0.00467847 1300 2 2 3 [+] picture button
CBG22082 ENSCBRT00000004325 Y34D9A.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_490815]Y34D9A.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_490815] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:Y34D9A.2
15.5719 -19.32 0.00500747 1300 2 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG04099 ENSCBRT00000010110 W03D8.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491051]W03D8.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491051] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:W03D8.5
15.5555 -13.37 0.00517917 1300 5 1 5 [+] picture button
CBG04746 ENSCBRT00000010572 T13H5.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495801]T13H5.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495801] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:T13H5.6
15.6489 -16.28 0.00518112 1300 2 2 3 [+] picture button
CBG21465 ENSCBRT00000002718 Y59C2A.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494213]Y59C2A.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494213] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:Y59C2A.1
15.5232 -14.92 0.00574921 1300 1 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG12369 ENSCBRT00000013118 kuzbaniankuzbanian BY ORTHOLOGY TO:AAEL002663-RA
16.0459 -14.42 0.00588546 1300 4 2 8 [+] picture button
CBG05808 ENSCBRT00000009078 K+/Cl- Cotransporter family member (kcc-1) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_501141]K+/Cl- Cotransporter family member (kcc-1) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_501141] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:R13A1.2
15.8044 -15.38 0.00608623 1300 3 2 4 [+] picture button
CBG18375 ENSCBRT00000001576 F43D9.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_499313]F43D9.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_499313] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F43D9.1
15.5523 -16.23 0.00627968 1300 4 2 6 [+] picture button
CBG18014 ENSCBRT00000003050 Temporarily Assigned Gene name family member (tag-243) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_497957]Temporarily Assigned Gene name family member (tag-243) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_497957] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:T04A8.4
15.4216 -19.27 0.00710401 1300 6 1 5 [+] picture button
CBG00983 ENSCBRT00000002182 C13B4.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_497005]C13B4.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_497005] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:C13B4.1
15.708 -19.17 0.00721738 1300 2 2 2 [+] picture button
CBG15134 ENSCBRT00000010293 clp-4 encodes a large calpain subunit that is homologous to Drosophila CalpainB and the mammalian muscle-specific Calpain 3 proteins (OMIM:114240, mutations are associated with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy). by homology, CLP-4 is predicted to function as a nonlysosomal, calcium-dependent, cysteine protease that is involved in intracellular proteolysis and peptidolysis. however, as loss of clp-4 activity via RNA-mediated interference (RNAi) does not result in any obvious abnormalities, the precise role of CLP-4 in C. elegans development and/or behavior is not yet known. [Source: WormBase]clp-4 encodes a large calpain subunit that is homologous to Drosophila CalpainB and the mammalian muscle-specific Calpain 3 proteins (OMIM:114240, mutations are associated with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy). by homology, CLP-4 is predicted to function as a nonlysosomal, calcium-dependent, cysteine protease that is involved in intracellular proteolysis and peptidolysis. however, as loss of clp-4 activity via RNA-mediated interference (RNAi) does not result in any obvious abnormalities, the precise role of CLP-4 in C. elegans development and/or behavior is not yet known. [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:Y39A3CL.5a
16.0625 -19.52 0.00721738 1300 3 1 5 [+] picture button
CBG24569 ENSCBRT00000009791 F11G11.12 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494880]F11G11.12 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494880] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F11G11.12
15.4591 -17.98 0.0073302 1300 4 2 6 [+] picture button
CBG06809 ENSCBRT00000007435 glp-1 encodes an N-glycosylated transmembrane protein that, along with LIN-12, comprises one of two C. elegans members of the LIN-12/Notch family of receptors. from the N- to the C-terminus, GLP-1 is characterized by ten extracellular EGF-like repeats, three LIN-12/Notch repeats, a CC-linker, a transmembrane domain, a RAM domain, six intracellular ankyrin repeats, and a PEST sequence. in C. elegans, GLP-1 activity is required for cell fate specification in germline and somatic tissues. in the germline, GLP-1, acting as a receptor for the DSL family ligand LAG-2, is essential for mitotic proliferation of germ cells and maintenance of germline stem cells. in somatic tissues, maternally provided GLP-1, acting as a receptor for the DSL family ligand APX-1, is required for inductive interactions that specify the fates of certain embryonic blastomeres. GLP-1 is also required for some later embryonic cell fate decisions, and in these decisions its activity is functionally redundant with that of LIN-12. GLP-1 expression is regulated temporally and spatially via translational control, as GLP-1 mRNA, present ubiquitously in the germline and embryo, yields detectable protein solely in lateral, interior, and endomembranes of distal, mitotic germ cells, and then predominantly in the AB blastomere and its descendants in the early embryo. proper spatial translation of glp-1 mRNA in the embryo is dependent upon genes such as the par genes, that are required for normal anterior-posterior asymmetry in the early embryo. signaling through GLP-1 controls the activity of the downstream Notch pathway components LAG-3 and LAG-1, the latter being predicted to function as part of a transcriptional feedback mechanism that positively regulates GLP-1 expression. signaling through the DNA-binding protein LAG-1 is believed to involve a direct interaction between LAG-1 and the GLP-1 RAM and ankyrin domains [Source: WormBase]glp-1 encodes an N-glycosylated transmembrane protein that, along with LIN-12, comprises one of two C. elegans members of the LIN-12/Notch family of receptors. from the N- to the C-terminus, GLP-1 is characterized by ten extracellular EGF-like repeats, three LIN-12/Notch repeats, a CC-linker, a transmembrane domain, a RAM domain, six intracellular ankyrin repeats, and a PEST sequence. in C. elegans, GLP-1 activity is required for cell fate specification in germline and somatic tissues. in the germline, GLP-1, acting as a receptor for the DSL family ligand LAG-2, is essential for mitotic proliferation of germ cells and maintenance of germline stem cells. in somatic tissues, maternally provided GLP-1, acting as a receptor for the DSL family ligand APX-1, is required for inductive interactions that specify the fates of certain embryonic blastomeres. GLP-1 is also required for some later embryonic cell fate decisions, and in these decisions its activity is functionally redundant with that of LIN-12. GLP-1 expression is regulated temporally and spatially via translational control, as GLP-1 mRNA, present ubiquitously in the germline and embryo, yields detectable protein solely in lateral, interior, and endomembranes of distal, mitotic germ cells, and then predominantly in the AB blastomere and its descendants in the early embryo. proper spatial translation of glp-1 mRNA in the embryo is dependent upon genes such as the par genes, that are required for normal anterior-posterior asymmetry in the early embryo. signaling through GLP-1 controls the activity of the downstream Notch pathway components LAG-3 and LAG-1, the latter being predicted to function as part of a transcriptional feedback mechanism that positively regulates GLP-1 expression. signaling through the DNA-binding protein LAG-1 is believed to involve a direct interaction between LAG-1 and the GLP-1 RAM and ankyrin domains [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F02A9.6
16.6034 -19.6 0.00734074 1300 2 1 2 [+] picture button
CBG11502 ENSCBRT00000013829 solute carrier family 39 (zinc transporter), member 9 [Source:MarkerSymbol;Acc:MGI:1914820]solute carrier family 39 (zinc transporter), member 9 [Source:MarkerSymbol;Acc:MGI:1914820] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSMUST00000085245
15.4814 -21.85 0.00751554 1300 6 2 6 [+] picture button
CBG01975 ENSCBRT00000005853 glutamate synthaseglutamate synthase BY ORTHOLOGY TO:AAEL014768-RA
15.362 -13.71 0.00768488 1300 4 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG06024 ENSCBRT00000008575 Nuclear hormone receptor family member nhr-67. [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q9XVV3]Nuclear hormone receptor family member nhr-67. [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q9XVV3] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:C08F8.8
15.3979 -17.1 0.00769637 1300 2 2 3 [+] picture button
CBG14313 ENSCBRT00000002750 T19D2.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_508682]T19D2.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_508682] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:T19D2.3
15.3785 -23.15 0.00773345 1300 5 1 6 [+] picture button
CBG23287 ENSCBRT00000012333 ape-1 encodes an ortholog of inhibitory p53-interacting protein (iASPP). APE-1 binds CEP-1 in vitro, and shares 38% amino-acid identity in its ankyrin repeats and SH3 domain to iASPP, with many iASPP residues contacting p53 being conserved. RNAi of ape-1 induces CEP-1- and HUS-1-dependent apoptosis in the germline, consistent with inhibition of the CEP-1/HUS-1 DNA damage checkpoint by APE-1 in the germline. excess ape-1(RNAi) apoptosis also requires CED-3. [Source: WormBase]ape-1 encodes an ortholog of inhibitory p53-interacting protein (iASPP). APE-1 binds CEP-1 in vitro, and shares 38% amino-acid identity in its ankyrin repeats and SH3 domain to iASPP, with many iASPP residues contacting p53 being conserved. RNAi of ape-1 induces CEP-1- and HUS-1-dependent apoptosis in the germline, consistent with inhibition of the CEP-1/HUS-1 DNA damage checkpoint by APE-1 in the germline. excess ape-1(RNAi) apoptosis also requires CED-3. [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F46F3.4
15.4475 -18.86 0.00778234 1300 3 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG12159 ENSCBRT00000013277 Seven TM Receptor family member (str-196) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503220]Seven TM Receptor family member (str-196) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503220] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:T01G6.3
15.3108 -16.22 0.00851953 1300 3 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG01651 ENSCBRT00000005533 daf-1 encodes a TGF-beta type I receptor homolog required, in association with the TGF beta-like type II receptor DAF-4, for the regulation of dauer formation by environmental signals through the ASI chemosensory neuron. DAF-1 is bound by BRA-1 and has an intracellular serine-threonine kinase domain. mutations in daf-1 result in constitutive formation of dauer larvae even in abundant food. [Source: WormBase]daf-1 encodes a TGF-beta type I receptor homolog required, in association with the TGF beta-like type II receptor DAF-4, for the regulation of dauer formation by environmental signals through the ASI chemosensory neuron. DAF-1 is bound by BRA-1 and has an intracellular serine-threonine kinase domain. mutations in daf-1 result in constitutive formation of dauer larvae even in abundant food. [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F29C4.1a
15.3736 -21.67 0.00899237 1300 5 2 5 [+] picture button
CBG20522 ENSCBRT00000004677 Y39B6A.7 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_741691]Y39B6A.7 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_741691] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:Y39B6A.7
17.4876 -24.32 0.00900743 1300 5 1 6 [+] picture button
CBG09495 ENSCBRT00000005986 Eukaryotic translation initiation factor 3 subunit 12 (eIF-3 p25) (eIF-3 p28) (eIF3k) (Muscle-specific gene M9 protein) (PLAC-24). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q9UBQ5]Eukaryotic translation initiation factor 3 subunit 12 (eIF-3 p25) (eIF-3 p28) (eIF3k) (Muscle-specific gene M9 protein) (PLAC-24). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q9UBQ5] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSGACT00000017440
17.4549 -22.55 0.00933752 1300 2 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG22760 ENSCBRT00000004244 sulp-3 encodes one of eight C. elegans members of the sulfate permease family of anion transporters. by homology, SULP-3 is predicted to function as an anion transporter that regulates cellular pH and volume via transmembrane movement of electrolytes and fluids. a sulp-3::GFP transcriptional fusion is expressed exclusively in the pharyngeal muscles. [Source: WormBase]sulp-3 encodes one of eight C. elegans members of the sulfate permease family of anion transporters. by homology, SULP-3 is predicted to function as an anion transporter that regulates cellular pH and volume via transmembrane movement of electrolytes and fluids. a sulp-3::GFP transcriptional fusion is expressed exclusively in the pharyngeal muscles. [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F41D9.5
17.4355 -22.97 0.00953908 1300 3 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG02873 ENSCBRT00000006184 ooc-3 encodes a nematode-specific protein with a predicted signal sequence, four predicted transmembrane domains, and two putative PEST sequences. OOC-3 is probably localized to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), and is maternally required for correct localization of PAR-2 and PAR-3 in the P1 blastomere of the two-cell stage embryo. specifically, OOC-3 is required for restricting PAR-3 to the anterior cortex of the P1 blastomere to assure PAR-2 localization at the posterior cortex. more generally, OOC-3 is required to establish asymmetrical anterior-posterior cortical domains and spindle orientation in P1. [Source: WormBase]ooc-3 encodes a nematode-specific protein with a predicted signal sequence, four predicted transmembrane domains, and two putative PEST sequences. OOC-3 is probably localized to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), and is maternally required for correct localization of PAR-2 and PAR-3 in the P1 blastomere of the two-cell stage embryo. specifically, OOC-3 is required for restricting PAR-3 to the anterior cortex of the P1 blastomere to assure PAR-2 localization at the posterior cortex. more generally, OOC-3 is required to establish asymmetrical anterior-posterior cortical domains and spindle orientation in P1. [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:B0334.11a
16.0565 -19.24 0.0105716 1300 2 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG12981 ENSCBRT00000012927 B0495.9 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495620]B0495.9 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495620] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:B0495.9
17.0752 -25.57 0.0141631 1300 3 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG07566 ENSCBRT00000011150 F54E4.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_510434]F54E4.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_510434] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F54E4.4
17.0289 -20.3 0.0148984 1300 2 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG16761 ENSCBRT00000012844 C53C9.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_509299]C53C9.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_509299] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:C53C9.2
17.0249 -21.78 0.0149648 1300 1 1 3 [+] picture button
CBG19812 ENSCBRT00000000409 ZK337.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_493611]ZK337.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_493611] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ZK337.2
15.4191 -12.75 0.0150147 1300 5 1 6 [+] picture button
CBG09622 ENSCBRT00000005830 The protein product of this gene is predicted to contain a glutamine/asparagine (Q/N)-rich ('prion') domain, by the algorithm of Michelitsch and Weissman (as of the WS77 release of WormBase, i.e., in wormpep77). [Source: WormBase]The protein product of this gene is predicted to contain a glutamine/asparagine (Q/N)-rich ('prion') domain, by the algorithm of Michelitsch and Weissman (as of the WS77 release of WormBase, i.e., in wormpep77). [Source: WormBase] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:AC3.4
17.0169 -18.26 0.015096 1300 1 1 2 [+] picture button
CBG12311 ENSCBRT00000013198 F27C1.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491592]F27C1.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491592] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:F27C1.3
17.0089 -21.44 0.0152277 1300 3 1 4 [+] picture button
CBG03961 ENSCBRT00000009979 G protein beta subunit-like (GBL), mRNA [Source:RefSeq_dna;Acc:NM_022372]G protein beta subunit-like (GBL), mRNA [Source:RefSeq_dna;Acc:NM_022372] BY ORTHOLOGY TO:ENSPTRT00000014090
17.005 -25.28 0.0152935 1300 2 1 3 [+] picture button

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