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GPR113  -  G protein-coupled receptor 113

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: G-protein coupled receptor PGR23, PGR23, UNQ9196/PRO34000, hGPCR37
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  • As examples of potential uses, we report novel expression sites for four potential therapeutic targets--CCL27, GPR22, GPR113 and GPR128--and as well as a set of thymus-specific genes, including three not previously associated with the thymus [1].


  1. Effects of RNA degradation on gene expression analysis of human postmortem tissues. Lee, J., Hever, A., Willhite, D., Zlotnik, A., Hevezi, P. FASEB J. (2005) [Pubmed]
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