Search for P51676

Term identified:
P51676
Classification:
house mouse
Mus musculus

Gene

Chemokine (C-C motif) receptor 1-like 1

Gene Information and Sequence
Variations
Orthologues
Paralogues
Regulation
  • There are no regulatory elements located in the region of Ccr1l1.
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  • The current release 83 ( December 2015 ) of the Ensembl provides access to the genomic, comparative, functional and variation data from 69 species.
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Expression

Ccr1l1 expression summary

organism part
  • Not studied or no differential expression found for this gene
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disease
cell type
  • pre-B acute lymphoblastic leukemia 8093, reticulocyte
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cell line
  • Not studied or no differential expression found for this gene
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Compound treatment
developmental stage
  • Not studied or no differential expression found for this gene
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Infection
  • Not studied or no differential expression found for this gene
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phenotype
  • adult definitive erythroid cell
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  • Data source: Expression Atlas (12-11-2013).
  • Expression Atlas is a semantically enriched database of publicly available gene and transcript expression data. The data is re-analysed in-house to detect genes showing interesting baseline and differential expression patterns under the conditions of the original experiment.
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Protein

C-C chemokine receptor 1-like protein 1

Subcellular Location
Function
GO Cellular Component
GO Molecular Function
GO Biological Process
Isoform
  • No isoforms available
Protein Existence
  • Evidence at transcript level
Sequence
Family Classification
  • UniProt Data Source, 2016_01
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Protein Structure

No protein structure references have been found

Literature

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