Mus musculus

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LOC100044627

60S ribosomal protein L23-like

LOC100044627 biological process predictions


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Biological processGO term IDProcess sizeProbabilityFunc Analog Org
ribosomal large subunit assemblyGO:000002720.131
maturation of ssu rrnaGO:003049010.038
mitotic cell cycleGO:00002781950.036
centrosome cycleGO:0007098230.031
centrosome duplicationGO:0051298160.030
microtubule cytoskeleton organizationGO:00002261570.029
multicellular organism growthGO:00352641610.026
posttranscriptional regulation of gene expressionGO:00106081550.024
regulation of cell cycleGO:00517262810.024
ncrna processingGO:0034470260.023
positive regulation of growthGO:00459271040.023
mitotic cell cycle processGO:19030471590.023
ribosomal large subunit biogenesisGO:004227350.020
microtubule organizing center organizationGO:0031023280.019
oocyte axis specificationGO:000730920.016
positive regulation of cellular amine metabolic processGO:003324050.015
gonad developmentGO:00084061410.014
microtubule based processGO:00070172360.013
posttranscriptional gene silencing by rnaGO:0035194100.013
rna interferenceGO:001624620.013
ribosomal small subunit biogenesisGO:004227440.013
regulation of organelle organizationGO:00330432890.013
myotube differentiationGO:00149021050.012
lymphocyte differentiationGO:00300982420.012
translational elongationGO:0006414120.012
neural tube formationGO:00018411080.012
gene silencing by rnaGO:0031047190.012
regulation of translationGO:0006417710.012
regulation of cell cycle processGO:00105641600.011
maturation of ssu rrna from tricistronic rrna transcript ssu rrna 5 8s rrna lsu rrna GO:000046210.010
rrna processingGO:0006364100.010

LOC100044627 disease predictions

Disease predictions are made from cross-annotation of human disease genes to the identified functional analogs in mouse and predicted with the mouse functional network.

DiseaseDO term IDSizeProbabilityFunc Analog Org
immune system diseaseDOID:291400.019
disease of anatomical entityDOID:700.019
hematopoietic system diseaseDOID:7400.015