MOUSE ANTI HUMAN POLY(ADP_RIBOSE)

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known as: MOUSE ANTI HUMAN POLY(ADP_RIBOSE)
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Gene target: poly adp ribose

Related genes to: MOUSE ANTI HUMAN POLY(ADP_RIBOSE)

Symbol : adp NIH gene
LocusTag : Dmel_CG5124
Synonyms : CG5124|DmelCG5124|anon-WO0196371.1|anon-WO0196371.27|anon-WO0196371.3
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0000057
chromosome : 2R
map location : 55B9-55B9|2-83.4 cM
description : adipose
type of gene : protein-coding
Symbol from nomenclature authority : adp
Full name from nomenclature authority : adipose
Nomenclature status : O
Other designations : CG5124-PA|CG5124-PB|adp-PA|adp-PB
Modification date : 2016-05-10
Symbol : poly NIH gene
LocusTag : Dmel_CG9829
Synonyms : 0081/31|CG9829|DmelCG9829|did|did/alt1|l(3)05137|l(3)S008131
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0086371
chromosome : 3R
map location : 87E7-87E8
description : CG9829 gene product from transcript CG9829-RB
type of gene : protein-coding
Symbol from nomenclature authority : poly
Nomenclature status : O
Other designations : CG9829-PA|CG9829-PB|lethal (3) 05137|poly-PA|poly-PB
Modification date : 2016-05-10

Related Pathways to: MOUSE ANTI HUMAN POLY(ADP_RIBOSE)

Gene about :ribose
Pathway :Sc Salvage Pathways of Pyrimidine Ribonucleotides
ribose
Gene about :ADP
Pathway :Zm Vitamin B9 (folate) biosynthesis pathway
ADP

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