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  • n. Plural form of orthologue.

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  • The findings are important because researchers have discovered counterparts (called orthologues) to Mec1, other related proteins with similar biological pathways in humans.

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  • That two families of endogenous retroviruses (CERV 1 and CERV 2) have been found in the genomes of chimpanzees and gorillas without apparent orthologues in humans quite rightly requires explanation, and as more and more information in this regard is generated there can be no doubt that a rational reality-based explanation will be forthcoming.

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  • If you analyze a gene from mouse and compare that with its orthologues in other species you will find out that preference indeed exists.

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  • Heat map analyses were used to investigate the congruece or orthologues. . .

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  • Brachypodium genes, 7,216 sorghum orthologues (12 syntenic blocks), and 8,533 rice orthologues (12 syntenic blocks) were defined.

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  • Table showing the percentage of proteins identified in our bioinformatic screen that contain one or more transmembrane domains and retain the di-arginine or di-lysine motif or retain the XDEL motif and are lumenal proteins in a variety of species orthologues carried out using Basic

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  • (A) Graph representing the percentage of proteins identified in our bioinformatic screen that contain one or more transmembrane domains and retain the di-arginine or di-lysine motif or retain the XDEL motif and are lumenal proteins in a variety of species orthologues carried out using Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST).

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  • The mammalian orthologues of SAND-1, namely Mon1a and Mon1b, were similarly required for phagosome maturation.

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  • Parasite genes that lack orthologues in their host are desirable as selective targets, so we also examined prediction of essential genes within this subset.

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  • Cross-species analyses showed that the evolutionary conservation of genes and the presence of essential orthologues are each strong predictors of essentiality in eukaryotes.

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