The network for 'dna deamination' in your query organism is displayed on the left, if relationships are supported by the integrated data. Moving any of the genes in that network will simultaneously update the homologs in the networks displayed to the right (if they exist). Additionally, hovering over any nodes will highlight the identified functionally similar homologs in the other networks. Last, the bar above the networks allows you to remove/add additional organisms. Simily drag and drop the organism names in the desired order.

Multiple Organisms

dna deamination

The removal of an amino group from a nucleotide base in DNA. An example is the deamination of cytosine to produce uracil.

NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism
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Danio rerio
NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism
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Drosophila melanogaster
NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism
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Homo sapiens
NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism
EXOSC10exosome component 100.938
EXOSC1exosome component 10.896
EXOSC2exosome component 20.890
EXOSC7exosome component 70.861
EXOSC3exosome component 30.821
EXOSC4exosome component 40.813
DIS3LDIS3 mitotic control homolog (S. cerevisiae)-like0.719
EXOSC5exosome component 50.359
DIS3DIS3 mitotic control homolog (S. cerevisiae)0.197
EXOSC6exosome component 60.013
CDK5RAP1CDK5 regulatory subunit associated protein 10.010
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Mus musculus
NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism
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Rattus norvegicus
NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae
NameDescriptionProbabilityFunc Analog Organism