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Gene: SSR4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4) Sus scrofa
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Symbol: SSR4
Name: signal sequence receptor subunit 4
Description: PARTICIPATES IN Endoplasmic Reticulum-associated degradation pathway; ASSOCIATED WITH adrenoleukodystrophy (ortholog); autistic disorder (ortholog); congenital disorder of glycosylation Iy (ortholog); FOUND IN endoplasmic reticulum (inferred); integral component of membrane (inferred)
Type: protein-coding
RefSeq Status: MODEL
Also known as: translocon-associated protein subunit delta
Orthologs:
Homo sapiens (human) : SSR4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4)  HGNC  Alliance
Mus musculus (house mouse) : Ssr4 (signal sequence receptor, delta)  MGI  Alliance
Rattus norvegicus (Norway rat) : Ssr4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4)  Alliance
Chinchilla lanigera (long-tailed chinchilla) : Ssr4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4)
Pan paniscus (bonobo/pygmy chimpanzee) : SSR4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4)
Canis lupus familiaris (dog) : SSR4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4)
Ictidomys tridecemlineatus (thirteen-lined ground squirrel) : Ssr4 (signal sequence receptor subunit 4)
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Latest Assembly: Sscrofa11.1 - Pig Sscrofa11.1 Assembly
Position:
Pig AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
Sscrofa11.1X124,537,545 - 124,541,635 (+)NCBISscrofa11.1susScr11Sscrofa11.1
Sscrofa10.2X142,102,139 - 142,106,233 (+)NCBISscrofa10.2susScr3
Pig CytomapX NCBI
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CRRD Object Information
CRRD ID: 14171688
Created: 2019-01-29
Species: Sus scrofa
Last Modified: 2019-01-29
Status: ACTIVE



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