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Nucleotide - Homo sapiens nuclear receptor subfamily 1, group H.
NCBI Blast:(1) - NG_007471:Homo sapiens nuclear receptor subfami
Entrez Genome view Entrez Genome view February 2014, Annotation Release 106 This full annotation run includes the following assembly(ies): GRCh38 (accession GCF_000001405.26)CHM1_1.1 (accession GCF_000306695.2)HuRef (accession GCF_000002125.1) The NCBI Map Viewer provides graphical displays of features on the genome assembly. Map features that can be seen along the sequence include annotated genes and transcripts, Gnomon-predicted gene and transcript models, aligned transcript and genomic sequences, RefSeq scaffolds (the 'Contig' map), the assembly tiling path (the 'Component' map), and more.
BLAST finds regions of similarity between biological sequences. more... The Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) finds regions of local similarity between sequences. The program compares nucleotide or protein sequences to sequence databases and calculates the statistical significance of matches. BLAST can be used to infer functional and evolutionary relationships between sequences as well as help identify members of gene families. BLAST Assembled RefSeq Genomes Basic BLAST

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This track comprises multiple analyses Annotation produced by the Ensembl genebuild and projected to the alternate locus via a mapping from the primary assembly. Non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) predicted using sequences from RFAM and miRBase. See article. genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Gene summary - Gene: NR1H5P (E genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Gene summary - Gene: NR1H5P (E
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Marked-up sequence - Gene: NR1 genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Marked-up sequence - Gene: NR1 Ensembl has a number of sequence markup pages on the site. You can view the exon/intron structure of individual transcripts by selecting the transcript name in the table above, then clicking Exons in the left hand menu. Alternatively you can see the sequence of the transcript along with its protein translation and variation features by selecting the transcript followed by Sequence > cDNA.
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Marked-up sequence - Gene: NR1 Ensembl has a number of sequence markup pages on the site. You can view the exon/intron structure of individual transcripts by selecting the transcript name in the table above, then clicking Exons in the left hand menu. Alternatively you can see the sequence of the transcript along with its protein translation and variation features by selecting the transcript followed by Sequence > cDNA. This view and the transcript based sequence views are configurable by clicking on the "Configure this page" link in the left hand menu genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Marked-up sequence - Gene: NR1
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Gene summary - Gene: NR1H5P (E
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Genomic alignments - Gene: NR1
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genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Gene summary - Gene: XM_84
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genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - - genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - - Example page Background Whole genome aligments include "pairwise" sequence alignments between two species, and multi-species alignments using genomes of more than two species.
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Gene summary - Gene: NR1H5P (E
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Genomic alignments - Gene: NR1
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Genomic alignments - Gene: NR1
genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Genomic alignments - Gene: NR1
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NR1H5P nuclear receptor subfamily 1, group H, member 5, pseudoge
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Abstract | Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes: h Gene loss is indicated by the absence of orthologs After a speciation event, the increasing divergence between two resultant species reflects the diminution in their genic orthology as gains and losses of genes gradually accumulate in each of them. Thus, the presence of genes unique to one species relative to another indicates either gene gains in one or gene losses in the other. In common with many other genomic features, genes in all species are in a state of flux during evolution. However, since all species are related to one another through speciation, gains and losses of genes in one species can be identified only relative to another. Based on this observation, we developed a pipeline that uses the orthologous relationship between genes from a pair of species to detect gene losses in one of them.
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Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes... [Genome Bi
Abstract | Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes: h
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NCBI Blast:(6) - ref|NG_007471.1| (20382 letters)
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NCBI Blast:(5) - ref|NG_007471.1| (20382 letters)
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BLAST Chimpanzee Sequences
NCBI Blast:(4) - ref|NG_007471.1| (20382 letters)
Nucleotide - Homo sapiens nuclear receptor subfamily 1, group H.
NCBI Blast:(3) - NG_007471:Homo sapiens nuclear receptor subfami
Nucleotide - Homo sapiens nuclear receptor subfamily 1, group H.
NCBI Blast:(2) - NG_007471:Homo sapiens nuclear receptor subfami