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GENE - TERM ANNOTATION REPORT

2 Annotations Found.

An association has been curated linking Fstl3 and negative regulation of activin receptor signaling pathway in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
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  • The annotation was made from RGD pipelines: Rat ISO annotations derived from the GO annotations of orthologous genes in other species.
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with FSTL3 (Homo sapiens)
  • 13 RGD objects have been annotated to negative regulation of activin receptor signaling pathway  (GO:0032926)
  • 5 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Fstl3
  • Original References(s): PMID:11948405, PMID:12697670

  • This annotation was curated on 2019-09-14 06:28:50.0 by RGD . For more information contact us

    An association has been curated linking Fstl3 and negative regulation of activin receptor signaling pathway in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from biological aspect of ancestor (IBA)
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  • The annotation was made from Gaudet P, etal., Brief Bioinform. 2011 Sep;12(5):449-62. doi: 10.1093/bib/bbr042. Epub 2011 Aug 27.
  • The annotation has been inferred from biological aspect of ancestor with FB:FBgn0259878 & PANTHER:PTN001657053 & UniProtKB:O95633 & UniProtKB:P19883
  • 54019 additional annotations were made from Gaudet P, etal., Brief Bioinform. 2011 Sep;12(5):449-62. doi: 10.1093/bib/bbr042. Epub 2011 Aug 27.
  • 13 RGD objects have been annotated to negative regulation of activin receptor signaling pathway  (GO:0032926)
  • 5 papers in RGD have been used to annotate Fstl3
  • Curation Notes: PMID:21873635

  • This annotation was curated on 2019-09-14 07:06:40.0 by RGD . For more information contact us

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