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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. BLAST: Basic Local Alignment Search Tool. BLAST. 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.

Genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Gene summary - Gene: NR1H5P (E. Genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Genomic alignments - Gene: NR1. Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Region in detail - Chromos. Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Transcript summary - Trans. Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Protein summary - Transcri. Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Protein sequence - Transcr. Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Exons - Transcript: XM_843. Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - cDNA sequence - Transcript. Dog Login/Register More ▼ Search Dog Search all species Search Ensembl genomes Search Vega Search EBI Search Sanger Favourite species All species Recent locations Clear history Recent jobs Transcript-based displays Configure this page Add your data Export data Bookmark this page Share this page Transcript: ENSCAFT00000015367 Description Uncharacterized protein Source: UniProtKB/TrEMBL E2RDS9.

Genome browser 57: Canis familiaris - Gene summary - Gene: XM_84. Genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Video Tutorials - Genome browser 57: Homo sapiens - Video Tutorials - 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.

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Export alignments with the "export data" link in the left hand navigation column of the "Genomic alignments" page. Sequence Display Only one species is shown by default. Chromosomes and scaffolds in the alignment are listed for each species. Click on configure this page at the left of the view to add or change the display. Flanking sequence View the sequence upstream and downstream of the gene.Number of base pairs per row Define how many base pairs shown per line.Exons Highlight exons from Ensembl, Vega, or ab initio analysis.Exons on strand Highlight exons on the forward, reverse or both strands of the chromosome.Show variations Show all variations.Line numbering Select line numbering.

Note: Ancestral sequences may be turned off using configure this page. If the sequence is not known, nucleotides are replaced by dots. 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. NR1H5 - Nucleotide Results. (NR1H5) AND alive[prop] NOT newentry[gene] - Gene Results. NR1H5P nuclear receptor subfamily 1, group H, member 5, pseudoge. Map Viewer. Taxonomy Home. Taxonomy browser (Homo sapiens) Genome biology. Entrez cross-database search. PubMed home.

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.

Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes: h

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. Figure 1. Many genes were lost in the human lineage since the human-mouse divergence Additional file 1. Format: PDF Size: 793KB Download file Figure 2. Figure 3. Figure 4. Figure 5. GB article. Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes... [Genome Bi. Identification and analysis of unitary pseudogenes: h.

Genome biology. NCBI Blast:(6) - ref. Entrez Genome view. NCBI Blast:(5) - ref. Map Viewer. Entrez Genome view. Genome biology. BLAST Chimpanzee Sequences. NCBI Blast:(4) - ref. 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.