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Gene Review

PGAM4  -  phosphoglycerate mutase family member 4

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: PGAM-B, PGAM1, PGAM3, dJ1000K24.1
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Biological context of PGAM4

  • Finally, interspecies and intraspecies variation for PGAM3 was not consistent with the neutral model proposed for pseudogenes, suggesting that a new functional primate gene has originated [1].


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