ⓘ C10orf71

                                     

ⓘ C10orf71

C10orf71 is a gene located on chromosome 10 open reading frame 71. It is primarily understood that this gene is moderately expressed in muscle tissue and cardiac tissue.

                                     
  • Uncharacterized protein Chromosome 16 Open Reading Frame 71 is a protein in humans, encoded by the C 16 orf 71 gene. The gene is expressed in epithelial tissue of
  • chromosome on 19p13.11. C 19 orf 44 has a molecular weight of 71 343 Da, and an isoelectric point of 5.52. The amino acid sequence for C 19 orf 44 was found to be
  • 865 71 doi: 10 1038 414865a. PMID 11780052. Entrez Gene: C 20 orf 27 chromosome 20 open reading frame 27 Human C 20 orf 27 genome location and C 20 orf 27 gene
  • Gene C 11 orf 16, chromosome 11 open reading frame 16, is a protein in humans that is encoded by the C 11 orf 16 gene. It has 7 exons, and the size of 467 amino
  • C 7 orf 43 Chromosome 7 Open reading frame 43 is a protein that in human is encoded by the gene C 7 orf 43. C 7 orf 43 has no other human alias, but in mice
  • chromosome location of 10 q25.3 and is 53, 750 bases in size oriented on the minus strand. PSORTII Protein k - NN Prediction indicated that C 10 orf 118 is 65.2 of
  • open reading frame 111, or C 20 orf 111, is the hypothetical protein that in humans is encoded by the C 20 orf 111 gene. C 20 orf 111 is also known as Perit1 peroxide
  • transmembrane protein that functions as an immune checkpoint and is encoded by the C 10 orf 54 gene. VISTA is approximately 50kDa and belongs to the immunoglobulin superfamily
  • in humans encoded by the c 7 orf 61 gene. The protein function is relatively unknown and is highly conserved in mammals. C 7 orf 61 is located on the reverse
  • currently very well understood. Other known aliases are dJ382I 10 1, UPF0704 Protein C 6 orf 165. In humans, the gene coding sequence is 56, 501 base pairs
  • C 6 orf 222 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the C 6 orf 222 gene 6p21.31 C 6 orf 222 is conserved in mammals, birds and reptiles with the most distant