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GENE - TERM ANNOTATION REPORT

5 Annotations Found.

An association has been curated linking Casr and Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
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  • The annotation was made from RGD automated import pipeline for CTD gene-to-disease annotations
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with CASR (Homo sapiens) [(EXP) inferred from experiment]
  • 1 RGD objects have been annotated to Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome  (DOID:9007257)
  • 71 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Casr
  • Curation Notes: CTD Direct Evidence: marker/mechanism


  • An association has been curated linking Casr and Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
  •  
  • The annotation was made from RGD automated import pipeline for ClinVar variants, variant-to-disease annotations and gene-to-disease annotations
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with CASR (Homo sapiens) [(IAGP) inferred by association of genotype and phenotype]
  • 1 RGD objects have been annotated to Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome  (DOID:9007257)
  • 71 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Casr
  • Curation Notes: ClinVar Annotator: match by term: Hypocalcemia, autosomal dominant 1, with bartter syndrome
  • Original References(s): PMID:15005845 PMID:17048213


  • An association has been curated linking Casr and Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
  •  
  • The annotation was made from RGD automated import pipeline for ClinVar variants, variant-to-disease annotations and gene-to-disease annotations
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with CASR (Homo sapiens) [(IAGP) inferred by association of genotype and phenotype]
  • 1 RGD objects have been annotated to Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome  (DOID:9007257)
  • 71 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Casr
  • Curation Notes: ClinVar Annotator: match by term: Hypocalcemia, autosomal dominant 1, with bartter syndrome
  • Original References(s): PMID:12241879


  • An association has been curated linking Casr and Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
  •  
  • The annotation was made from RGD automated import pipeline for ClinVar variants, variant-to-disease annotations and gene-to-disease annotations
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with CASR (Homo sapiens) [(IAGP) inferred by association of genotype and phenotype]
  • 1 RGD objects have been annotated to Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome  (DOID:9007257)
  • 71 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Casr
  • Curation Notes: ClinVar Annotator: match by term: Hypocalcemia, autosomal dominant 1, with bartter syndrome
  • Original References(s): PMID:11152759 PMID:12107202 PMID:12241879


  • An association has been curated linking Casr and Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
  •  
  • The annotation was made from RGD automated import pipeline for ClinVar variants, variant-to-disease annotations and gene-to-disease annotations
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with CASR (Homo sapiens) [(IAGP) inferred by association of genotype and phenotype]
  • 1 RGD objects have been annotated to Autosomal Dominant Hypocalcemia, with Bartter Syndrome  (DOID:9007257)
  • 71 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Casr
  • Curation Notes: ClinVar Annotator: match by term: Hypocalcemia, autosomal dominant 1, with bartter syndrome
  • Original References(s): PMID:12107202 PMID:12191970 PMID:25741868


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