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HomoloGene Vertebrate Homology
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HomoloGene (Release 68, May 6, 2014)

Comparative GO Graph (mouse, human, rat)  
MGI HomoloGene Information
Species Symbol Gene Links Genetic Location Genome Coordinates
(mouse and human only)
Associated Human Diseases Sequences
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human CASP14 HGNC:1502 (HGNC)
23581 (Entrez Gene)
605848 (OMIM)
Caspase 14 (MyGene.info)
HGNC homology
Chr19 p13.12 Chr19:15049480-15058293 (+)
P31944 (UniProt | EBI)
NM_012114 (RefSeq)
mouse Casp14 MGI:1335092 (MGI)
12365 (Entrez Gene)
Gene Tree
HGNC homology
Chr10 39.72 cM Chr10:78711991-78718294 (-)
ENSMUSG00000005355 (Ensembl Gene Model)
ENSMUSP00000151657 (Ensembl)
ENSMUST00000219237 (Ensembl)
rat Casp14 299587 (Entrez Gene)
Chr7 q11 NP_001178705 (RefSeq)
NM_001191776 (RefSeq)
chimpanzee CASP14 747961 (Entrez Gene)
Chr19 XP_001159009 (RefSeq)
cattle CASP14 517658 (Entrez Gene)
Chr7 NP_001192772 (RefSeq)
NM_001205843 (RefSeq)
dog CASP14 610460 (Entrez Gene)
Chr20 XP_038284288 (RefSeq)
macaque, rhesus CASP14 718049 (Entrez Gene)
Chr19 XP_001111598 (RefSeq)
MGI HomoloGene 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
 - western clawed frog (Xenopus tropicalis)
 - 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 Models of Human Cancer database (MMHCdb) (formerly Mouse Tumor Biology (MTB), Gene Ontology (GO)
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