G. gorilla Gene: ELMO2 - ENSGGOG00000014061 - Gorilla gorilla (gorilla)

General information

Ensembl IDENSGGOG00000014061
NameELMO2
Descriptionengulfment and cell motility 2 [Source:HGNC Symbol;Acc:HGNC:17233]
OrganismGorilla gorilla (gorilla)
Synonym(s)ced-12, ced12, elmo-2, flj11656, kiaa1834

Expression

Anat. entity IDAnatomical entityDevelopmental stage(s)Rank scoreExpression scoreSources
UBERON:0002037cerebellum
  • UBERON:0007222late adult stage
2.15e3
  • 2.15e3
91.06162
  • 91.06162
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0001870frontal cortex
  • UBERON:0000113post-juvenile adult stage
3.87e3
  • 3.87e3
83.90088
  • 83.90088
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0000451prefrontal cortex
  • UBERON:0007222late adult stage
3.97e3
  • 3.97e3
83.51561
  • 83.51561
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0000948heart
  • UBERON:0007222late adult stage
6.06e3
  • 6.06e3
74.81340
  • 74.81340
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0000473testis
  • UBERON:0007222late adult stage
6.75e3
  • 6.75e3
71.95697
  • 71.95697
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0000082adult mammalian kidney
  • UBERON:0007222late adult stage
7.00e3
  • 7.00e3
70.91356
  • 70.91356
AEIR
  • AEIR
UBERON:0002107liver
  • UBERON:0007222late adult stage
8.63e3
  • 8.63e3
64.13085
  • 64.13085
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

Cross-references

EnsemblENSGGOG00000014061 (ELMO2)
HGNCHGNC:17233 (ELMO2)
Uniprot/SPTREMBLG3RDW1, G3RDW1_GORGO

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