Danio rerio

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LOC100002545

hypothetical protein LOC100002545

LOC100002545 biological process predictions


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Biological processGO term IDProcess sizeProbabilityFunc Analog Org
cellular macromolecule metabolic processGO:00442603910.094
regulation of gene expressionGO:00104682650.045
cellular biosynthetic processGO:00442492860.037
positive regulation of metabolic processGO:00098931080.030
cellular nitrogen compound metabolic processGO:00346412900.025
biosynthetic processGO:00090582940.023
multi organism processGO:00517041340.022
positive regulation of secretionGO:005104710.022
heterocycle metabolic processGO:00464832900.020
organelle organizationGO:00069962270.018
protein metabolic processGO:00195381830.017
rna stabilizationGO:004348940.017
positive regulation of secretion by cellGO:190353210.017
transportGO:00068102200.017
cell motilityGO:00488702440.016
cellular protein metabolic processGO:00442671290.016
positive regulation of cellular processGO:00485222010.016
regulation of metabolic processGO:00192223590.016
positive regulation of transportGO:005105020.016
regulation of cellular macromolecule biosynthetic processGO:20001122220.015
organonitrogen compound metabolic processGO:1901564740.014
rna metabolic processGO:00160702190.014
positive regulation of biological processGO:00485182530.013
exocytosisGO:000688710.013
positive regulation of exocytosisGO:004592110.013
regulation of macromolecule metabolic processGO:00602553170.013
agingGO:000756820.013
tube morphogenesisGO:00352393490.013
single organism organelle organizationGO:19025891990.013
spermatid developmentGO:000728620.012
nitrogen compound metabolic processGO:00068073190.012
fatty acid elongationGO:003049710.011
dicarboxylic acid metabolic processGO:004364810.011

LOC100002545 disease predictions

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

DiseaseDO term IDSizeProbabilityFunc Analog Org
disease of anatomical entityDOID:700.017