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A gene family is a set of genes with a known homology. They are generally biochemically similar. Genes are categorized this way into families, depending on shared nucleotide or protein sequences.
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This is a list of gene families or gene complexes, that is sets of genes which occur across a number of different species which often serve similar biological functions. These gene families typically encode functionally related proteins, and sometimes the term gene...
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Researchers can use gene families to predict the function of newly identified ... Additionally, gene families may provide clues for identifying genes that are ...
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For more information, see What are gene families? in the Handbook. The following families, defined by the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee, are ...
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gene family ( ′jēn ′famlē ) ( genetics ) A group of related genes of similar sequence and function resulting from multiple duplications and subsequent
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complex gene family relationships. Duplications can be tandem or ... Higher levels of gene or protein classifica- tion, such as families, subfamilies, and su ...
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For Low Income Families. Healthy Families. Retinoblastoma Gene. Human Resources Jobs ... Gene Expression. Everything you need to know about RNAi and gene ...
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Gene Families and Pathways. Focused sub-libraries. Annotated Genes. Cancer Genes. Druggable Genes ... Gene Expression. Human. Human Full-Length Expression ...
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Human TRC gene families and pathways - defined by Gene Ontology ... Human Apoptosis TRC lentiviral shRNA gene family-Glycerol. call. call. Search: ...
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The evolution of gene families has been studied for over 50 years. ... Mammalian Gene Families: Humans and Chimps Differ by 6 ...
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Gene families are normally defined as groups of related genes having more than ... Thus, their paper discusses "gene families" that have single genes in ...
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Gene families vary enormously in size and number, ranging, in the human genome, ... Members of gene families may be located in contiguous clusters on one chromosome, ...
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Gene Identity and Location ... Gene Family. The cytochrome P-450 family is a group of heme-thioloate monooxygenases (EC ... Return to Gene Family Database ...
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Cytokines & Cells Online Pathfinder Encyclopaedia ... When talking about gene families one often encounters the terms homolog, ortholog, or paralog. ...
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We thereby obtain a more complete description of a gene family's evolutionary history. ... In both cases the scores are calculated for all pairs of gene families. ...
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Complete information for RHOG gene (protein-coding), ras homolog gene family, member G (rho G) ... of rhoG, a new member of the ras homolog gene family. ...
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Complete information for RHOT1 gene (protein-coding), ras homolog gene family, member T1 ... Ras homolog gene family member T1 3. mitochondrial Rho 1 2 ...
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So far we have considered gene families which evolve away from each ... Many of the huge gene families appear to evolve in this way–recombination ...
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Gene families are widely used in comparative genomics, molecular evolution, and in systematics. ... concepts as applied to gene families and give examples of ...
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