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Dehydrogenase/reductase

DHRSX
Top mentioned proteins: AGE, VAMP7, seladin-1, 1,4-alpha-Glucan Branching Enzyme, IPP isomerase
Papers on DHRSX
DHRSX, a novel non-classical secretory protein associated with starvation induced autophagy.
Wang et al., Beijing, China. In Int J Med Sci, 2013
Dehydrogenase/reductase (SDR family) X-linked (DHRSX) is a novel human gene without any substantial functional annotation and was initially cloned and identified in our laboratory.
Identification and characterization of genes that control fat deposition in chickens.
Zhang et al., Kigali, Rwanda. In J Anim Sci Biotechnol, 2012
On the other hand, expression levels of genes associated with multicellular organism development, immune response, DNA integration, melanin biosynthetic process, muscle organ development and oxidation-reduction (FRZB, DMD, FUT8, CYP2C45, DHRSX, and CYP2C18) and with glycol-metabolism (GCNT2, ELOVL 6, and FASN), were higher in the XH chickens than in the fast-growing chickens.
Y chromosome gene expression in the blood of male patients with ischemic stroke compared with male controls.
Sharp et al., Sacramento, United States. In Gend Med, 2012
Five of these genes (VAMP7, CSF2RA, SPRY3, DHRSX, and PLCXD1) are located on pseudoautosomal regions of the human Y chromosome.
pyewacket, a new zebrafish fin pigment pattern mutant.
Johnson et al., Saint Louis, United States. In Pigment Cell Res, 2006
We mapped pye to an interval where a single gene, the zebrafish ortholog of the human gene DHRSX, is present.
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