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Arabidopsis thaliana
Gene: ... High impact information on HIRA Maize rough sheath2 and its Arabidopsis orthologue ASYMMETRIC LEAVES1 interact with HIRA, a predicted histone chaperone, to maintain knox gene silencing and determinacy during organogenesis.... / Synonyms: homolog of histone chaperone HIRA
Xenopus laevis
Gene: ... High impact information on hira- A Xenopus egg extracts, known for their chromatin assembly efficiency, were specifically immunodepleted for HIRA.... / Synonyms: hira-A
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... Disease relevance of HIRA HIRA homologs are expressed in a regulated fashion during mouse... on HIRA Thus, altered stoichiometry of complexes containing HIRA may be important for the development... glucose metabolic clearance to the same extent in LIR and HIR. Biological context of HIRA The human gene... / Synonyms: Protein HIRA
Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... High impact information on Hira The Dhh cDNA encodes an open reading frame of 1061 amino acids with high similarity scores to the HIRA polypeptides, as well as two hypothetical polypeptides from C... to the developing oocyte at high levels. Here we show that ssm is a point mutation in the Hira gene, thus... / Synonyms: HIRA; Protein HIRA homolog; dHIRA
Mus musculus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Hira We report here the isolation of several murine embryonic cDNAs of the DiGeorge syndrome candidate gene HIRA. High impact information on Hira Targeted mutagenesis of the Hira gene results.... Biological context of Hira Since many of the structures affected in DiGeorge syndrome derive from these Hira... / Synonyms: Protein HIRA
Gallus gallus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of HIRA Cloning and developmental expression analysis of chick Hira( Chira ), a candidate gene for DiGeorge syndrome. High impact information on HIRA We have cloned the chick homologue of HIRA and conducted in situ expression analysis in early chick embryos. Hira is expressed...
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... High impact information on HIRIP3 HIRIP3( HIRA- interacting protein 3) is a novel gene product that was identified from its HIRA- binding properties in the yeast protein interaction trap.... / Synonyms: HIRA-interacting protein 3
Takifugu rubripes


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