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Vertebrate Homology Class
Source
Class ID
HomoloGene (Release 68, May 6, 2014)
11307

Comparative GO Graph (mouse, human, rat)  
MGI Homology Information
Species Symbol Gene Links Genetic Location Genome Coordinates
(mouse and human only)
Associated Human Diseases Sequences
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human UPF3B HGNC:20439 (HGNC)
65109 (Entrez Gene)
300298 (OMIM)
ChrX q25-q26 ChrX:119807043-119853028 (-)
GRCh38
Mental Retardation, X-Linked, Syndromic 14; MRXS14
Q9BZI7 (UniProt | EBI)
NM_023010 (RefSeq)
mouse Upf3b MGI:1915384 (MGI)
68134 (Entrez Gene)
Gene Tree
VISTA-Point
ChrX 21.51 cM ChrX:37091678-37110322 (-)
GRCm38
OTTMUSG00000017109 (VEGA)
OTTMUSP00000018591 (VEGA)
OTTMUST00000041431 (VEGA)
rat Upf3b 313449 (Entrez Gene)
ChrX q12 NP_001129345 (RefSeq)
NM_001135873 (RefSeq)
chimpanzee UPF3B 465954 (Entrez Gene)
ChrX XP_003954560 (RefSeq)
rhesus macaque UPF3B 694247 (Entrez Gene)
ChrX NP_001253666 (RefSeq)
NM_001266737 (RefSeq)
dog UPF3B 481031 (Entrez Gene)
ChrX XP_851843 (RefSeq)
chicken UPF3B 100858231 (Entrez Gene)
Chr4 XP_003641170 (RefSeq)
zebrafish upf3b 393929 (Entrez Gene)
Chr14 NP_957248 (RefSeq)
NM_200954 (RefSeq)
MGI Homology Information

MGI loads vertebrate homology data from NCBI HomoloGene, which programmatically detects homologs among the genome features of completely sequenced eukaryotic genomes (see: HomoloGene Build Procedure).

MGI includes homology for the following selected vertebrate species from HomoloGene:
 - human
 - mouse
 - rat
 - cattle
 - chicken
 - chimpanzee
 - dog
 - monkey, Rhesus
 - zebrafish

These are a subset of the total species represented in HomoloGene Classes at NCBI.
Additional species may be present in an NCBI HomoloGene Class than appear in MGI.


Contributing Projects:
Mouse Genome Database (MGD), Gene Expression Database (GXD), Mouse Tumor Biology (MTB), Gene Ontology (GO), MouseCyc
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last database update
07/15/2014
MGI 5.18
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