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GENE - TERM ANNOTATION REPORT

4 Annotations Found.

An association has been curated linking Htr2a and G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
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  • The annotation was made from RGD pipelines: Rat ISO annotations derived from the GO annotations of orthologous genes in other species.
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with HTR2A (Canis lupus familiaris)
  • 41 CRRD objects have been annotated to G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity  (GO:0004993)
  • 60 papers in CRRD have been used to annotate Htr2a
  • Curation Notes: (PMID:15862800)
  • Original References(s): PMID:15862800

  • This annotation was curated on 2019-10-05 06:33:45.0 by CRRD . For more information contact us

    An association has been curated linking Htr2a and G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from direct assay (IDA)
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  • The annotation was made from Mannoury La Cour C, etal., Synapse. 2009 Feb;63(2):95-105.
  • 12 additional annotations were made from Mannoury La Cour C, etal., Synapse. 2009 Feb;63(2):95-105.
  • 41 CRRD objects have been annotated to G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity  (GO:0004993)
  • 60 papers in CRRD have been used to annotate Htr2a

  • This annotation was curated on 2018-09-22 09:00:18.0 by CRRD . For more information contact us

    An association has been curated linking Htr2a and G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from sequence orthology (ISO)
  •  
  • The annotation was made from RGD pipelines: Rat ISO annotations derived from the GO annotations of orthologous genes in other species.
  • The annotation has been inferred from sequence orthology with HTR2A (Homo sapiens)
  • 41 CRRD objects have been annotated to G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity  (GO:0004993)
  • 60 papers in CRRD have been used to annotate Htr2a
  • Curation Notes: (PMID:15862800), (PMID:7582481)
  • Original References(s): PMID:15862800, PMID:7582481

  • This annotation was curated on 2019-10-19 06:29:25.0 by CRRD . For more information contact us

    An association has been curated linking Htr2a and G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity in Rattus norvegicus.        

  • The association was inferred from biological aspect of ancestor (IBA)
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  • The annotation was made from Gaudet P, etal., Brief Bioinform. 2011 Sep;12(5):449-62. doi: 10.1093/bib/bbr042. Epub 2011 Aug 27.
  • The annotation has been inferred from biological aspect of ancestor with FB:FBgn0004168 & FB:FBgn0004573 & FB:FBgn0087012 & FB:FBgn0263116 & MGI:MGI:109323 & MGI:MGI:96273 & MGI:MGI:96274 & MGI:MGI:96276 & MGI:MGI:96281 & MGI:MGI:96284 & PANTHER:PTN000664111 & Htr1a (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr1b (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr2c (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr4 (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr5a (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr2a (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr6 (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr5b (Rattus norvegicus) & Htr7 (Rattus norvegicus) & UniProtKB:A0A0B4KFU6 & UniProtKB:P08908 & UniProtKB:P28221 & UniProtKB:P28222 & UniProtKB:P28223 & UniProtKB:P28335 & UniProtKB:P28566 & UniProtKB:P30939 & UniProtKB:P41595 & UniProtKB:P47898 & UniProtKB:Q13639 & WB:WBGene00004776 & WB:WBGene00004779
  • 54900 additional annotations were made from Gaudet P, etal., Brief Bioinform. 2011 Sep;12(5):449-62. doi: 10.1093/bib/bbr042. Epub 2011 Aug 27.
  • 41 CRRD objects have been annotated to G protein-coupled serotonin receptor activity  (GO:0004993)
  • 60 papers in CRRD have been used to annotate Htr2a
  • Curation Notes: PMID:21873635

  • This annotation was curated on 2019-10-19 06:41:42.0 by CRRD . For more information contact us

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