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UGID:1394729     UniGene Gga.22619     Gallus gallus (chicken)   ANGEL2
Angel homolog 2 (Drosophila) (ANGEL2)

Chicken protein-coding gene ANGEL2. Represented by 44 ESTs from 24 cDNA libraries. Corresponds to reference sequence NM_001031047.1. [UniGene 1394729 - Gga.22619]

SELECTED PROTEIN SIMILARITIES
GENE EXPRESSION
Tissues and development stages from this gene's sequences survey gene expression. Links to other NCBI expression resources.
EST Profile: Approximate expression patterns inferred from EST sources.
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GEO Profiles: Experimental gene expression data (Gene Expression Omnibus).
cDNA Sources: bursa of Fabricius; utricle; embryonic tissue; gonad; head; liver; limb; other; testis; muscle; spleen; small intestine; mixed; brain; ovary; epiphyseal growth plate; uncharacterized tissue
SEQUENCES
Sequences representing this gene; mRNAs, ESTs, and gene predictions supported by transcribed sequences.

mRNA sequences (2)

AJ719563.1 Gallus gallus mRNA for hypothetical protein, clone 3g5 PA
NM_001031047.1 Gallus gallus angel homolog 2 (Drosophila) (ANGEL2), mRNA PA

EST sequences (10 of 44) [Show all sequences]

CB016425.1 Clone pgn1c.pk012.f19 mixed 5' read P
CD730067.1 Clone 1GAL_88M16 other 5' read P
CD730066.1 Clone 1GAL_88M15 other 5' read P
CD739855.1 Clone 1GAL_21E23 other 5' read P
CF254887.1 spleen P
CF258091.1 spleen P
CN221902.1 brain 5' read P
CN228710.1 testis 5' read P
CO503558.1 Clone GGEZCB1008C11 muscle P
CO504013.1 Clone GGEZCB1006C09 muscle P


Key to Symbols

P Has similarity to known Proteins (after translation)
A Contains a poly-Adenylation signal
S Sequence is a Suboptimal member of this cluster
M Clone is putatively CDS-complete by MGC criteria

 
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