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Additional file The porcine taste and nutrient receptor genes with the main human and mouse orthologsAdditional file The porcine taste and nutrient receptor genes with the main human and mouse orthologs
Additional file The porcine taste and nutrient receptor genes with the main human and mouse orthologs. Shown is the gene annotation information from ncbi, as well as a summary of the blast results for the human and mouse genomes. TAS2R16
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Supplementary table 2SSupplementary table 2S
Supplementary table 2S. Efficacy (A, maximal signal amplitudes) and potency (B, ec50-values) of mouse and human (C) Tas2rs for newly identified activators. A. R., activated receptors; -, no response. TAS2R16
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Supplemental Table S1Supplemental Table S1
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#Supplementary file entrez gene map#Supplementary file entrez gene map
X 100055091 100070554 402415 xkrx xk, Kell blood group complex subunit-related, x-linked. TAS2R16
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Cnv pathways inside the Logs windowsCnv pathways inside the Logs windows
Table ease enrichment of genes in cnv-i. The top 20 categories in ease are shown along with the genes (represented by gene symbols) in those categories. Shown in order are: gene set; ease score p value; gene symbols. TAS2R16
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Table the location of the first premature stop coden in each pseudogenized taste receptor geneTable the location of the first premature stop coden in each pseudogenized taste receptor gene
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Spastic paraparesis: putative toxicants, determinants and contributing factors in public healthSpastic paraparesis: putative toxicants, determinants and contributing factors in public health
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Molecular etiology of an indolent lymphoproliferative disorder determined by whole-genome sequencingMolecular etiology of an indolent lymphoproliferative disorder determined by whole-genome sequencing
Jeremy D. K. Parker1, Yaoqing Shen1, Erin Pleasance1, Yvonne Li1, Jacqueline E. Schein1, Yongjun Zhao1, Richard Moore1, Joanna Wegrzyn-Woltosz1, Kerry J. Savage2, Andrew P. Weng3, Randy D. Gascoyne2, Steven Jones1,, Marco Marra1, Janessa. TAS2R16
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Secondary finding: Identification of a variant either known or highly likely to cause disease, based on literature, variant databases, and other relevant resources, in an acmg or omim defined geneSecondary finding: Identification of a variant either known or highly likely to cause disease, based on literature, variant databases, and other relevant resources, in an acmg or omim defined gene
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