PRKAG2

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PRKAG2 protein kinase, AMP-activated, gamma 2 non-catalytic subunit

Also known as: Prkag2, AAKG, AAKG2, CMH6, H91620p, WPWS

Nomenclature accurate as of December 6, 2007

Gene Details: HGNC (human) MGI (mouse) RGD (rat)

Entrez Gene Pages: Human Mouse Rat Cow


Orthology Predictions

Through MGI (human and other mammalian species)

Through HGNC/HCOP (vertebrate and invertebrate orthologs)


Existing GO Annotation

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Gene Ontology Consortium Amigo Browser: Many Species

GOA QuickGO Browser: Human Mouse Rat

MGI Browser: Mouse Mouse-Human-Rat Comparative GO Graph

RGD Browser: Rat


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