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Gene Review

SSR4  -  signal sequence receptor, delta

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: CDG1Y, SSR-delta, Signal sequence receptor subunit delta, TRAP-delta, TRAPD, ...
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Disease relevance of SSR4

  • Cloning and molecular characterization of a human ortholog of Monodelphis TRAPD in ultraviolet B-induced melanoma [1].
  • The results of this study implicate TRAPD as a candidate gene with potential functions that might be associated with ultraviolet-induced melanomagenesis and metastasis [1].

High impact information on SSR4

  • The human ortholog of Monodelphis translocon-associated protein delta subunit gene (TRAPD) was identified as a differentially expressed transcript using the differential display technique, and the two phenotypically distinct opossum melanoma cell lines TD6b and TD15L2 as the tissue resource [1].


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