D. rerio Gene: lct - ENSDARG00000060671 - Danio rerio (zebrafish)

General information

Ensembl IDENSDARG00000060671
Namelct
Descriptionlactase [Source:ZFIN;Acc:ZDB-GENE-081104-434]
OrganismDanio rerio (zebrafish)
Synonym(s)si:dkey-79p17.2
Orthologs(s)23 orthologs
Paralog(s)1 paralogs

Expression

Anat. entity IDAnatomical entityDevelopmental stage(s)Rank scoreExpression scoreSources
UBERON:0000160intestine
  • UBERON:0000066fully formed stage
1.93e3
  • 1.93e3
93.53
  • 93.53
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0002548larva
  • ZFS:0000037Larval:Day 5
  • UBERON:0000069larval stage
1.17e4
  • 1.17e4
  • 2.60e4
60.77
  • 60.77
  • 13.03
AEIR
  • AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0002415tail
  • UBERON:0000066fully formed stage
1.22e4
  • 1.22e4
59.02
  • 59.02
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0000922embryo
  • ZFS:0000037Larval:Day 5
1.72e4
  • 1.72e4
42.51
  • 42.51
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0002107liver
  • UBERON:0000066fully formed stage
2.22e4
  • 2.22e4
25.69
  • 25.69
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0000033head
  • UBERON:0000066fully formed stage
2.35e4
  • 2.35e4
21.19
  • 21.19
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0007132head kidney
  • UBERON:0000066fully formed stage
2.48e4
  • 2.48e4
16.92
  • 16.92
AEIR
  • AEIR
Sources
AAffymetrix
EEST
IIn Situ
RRNA-Seq
data
no data
Rank scores
3.25e4lightgrey: low confidence scores

important score variation

Rank scores of expression calls are normalized across genes, conditions and species. Low score means that the gene is highly expressed in the condition. Max rank score in all species: 4.10e4. Min rank score varies across species.

Expression scores of expression calls use the minimum and maximum Rank of the species to normalize the expression to a value between 0 and 100. Low score means that the gene is lowly expressed in the condition.

Sources of annotations to anatomy and development:
  • RNA-Seq data: Bgee
Sources of raw data:
  • RNA-Seq data: GEO

Orthologs

Paralogs (same species)

Taxon nameGene(s)Expression comparisonSee details
Otophysi1 geneCompare expression

Paralogy information comes from OMA : ENSDARG00000060671.

Cross-references

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