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This gene represents one of 9 duplicated ‘nat8’ genes identified by Xenbase during analysis “Xenopus” v9/10 genome annotation, all on Chromosome 1 in “X. tropicalis” and “X. laevis”,  and is likely  a true ortholog of the human NAT8B gene.  
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This gene represents one of 9 duplicated ‘nat8’ genes identified by Xenbase during analysis “Xenopus” v9/10 genome annotation, all on Chromosome 1 in “X. tropicalis” and “X. laevis”,  and is likely  a true ortholog of the human NAT8 gene.  
  
 
Note that  not all duplications are present in “X. tropicalis”, and “X. laevis” does not always have both .L and .S homeologs.
 
Note that  not all duplications are present in “X. tropicalis”, and “X. laevis” does not always have both .L and .S homeologs.
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06.30.2020
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Xenbase has changed the name of nat8.3 to follow human name, from probable N-acetyltransferase CML6 gene 3  to N-acetyltransferase 8 gene 3

Latest revision as of 15:16, 30 June 2020

nat8.3

This is the community wiki page for the gene nat8.3 please feel free to add any information that is relevant to this gene that is not already captured elsewhere in Xenbase

nomenclature changes

NOV 2019

This gene represents one of 9 duplicated ‘nat8’ genes identified by Xenbase during analysis “Xenopus” v9/10 genome annotation, all on Chromosome 1 in “X. tropicalis” and “X. laevis”, and is likely a true ortholog of the human NAT8 gene.

Note that not all duplications are present in “X. tropicalis”, and “X. laevis” does not always have both .L and .S homeologs.

06.30.2020

Xenbase has changed the name of nat8.3 to follow human name, from probable N-acetyltransferase CML6 gene 3 to N-acetyltransferase 8 gene 3