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Name IDs CM Description Homologs Diseases iRefWeb Interaction Neighbours Neighbours' Diseases
Gaa Putative glucosidase, alpha, acid 3 0 0 0
glu Putative gluon 2 0 3 0
gon-4 Putative abnormal GONad development 2 0 1 0
Gsc Putative Goosecoid 0 0 22 0
grp Putative grapes 1 0 51 0
gpp Confirmed grappa 1 0 4 0
gro Putative groucho 8 0 55 25
Gug Confirmed Grunge 2 0 78 6
cyh-1 Putative CYclin H 1 0 0 0
B-H2 Putative BarH2 4 0 0 0
B-H1 Putative BarH1 4 0 12 0
CycH Putative Cyclin H 2 0 34 0
CCNH Confirmed cyclin H 1 0 66 219
Ccnh Putative cyclin H 1 0 1 0
Hr Putative hairless 1 0 2 0
ham Putative hamlet 2 0 0 0
GSG2 Confirmed germ cell associated 2 (haspin) 2 0 223 200
hay Putative haywire 2 0 4 0
fkh Putative fork head 4 0 18 0
hel-1 Putative HELicase 1 0 0 0
Hel25E Putative Helicase at 25E 4 0 6 0
Hel89B Putative Helicase 89B 2 0 3 0
CHCHD4 Putative coiled-coil-helix-coiled-coil-helix domain containing 4 2 1 36 49
hpo Confirmed hippo 2 0 50 0
his-68 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
hda-3 Confirmed Histone DeAcetylase 2 0 0 0
his-16 Putative HIStone 3 0 1 0
his-15 Putative HIStone 48 0 0 0
his-14 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-12 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
his-11 Putative HIStone 48 0 0 0
his-9 Putative HIStone 31 0 5 0
his-25 Putative HIStone 31 0 5 0
his-26 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-44 Putative HIStone 31 0 0 0
his-43 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
his-72 Putative HIStone 18 0 3 0
his-61 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
his-60 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-32 Putative HIStone 31 0 5 0
his-47 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
his-48 Putative HIStone 32 0 1 0
his-46 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-56 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-57 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
his-64 Putative HIStone 29 0 4 0
his-5 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-50 Putative HIStone 33 0 4 0
his-51 Putative HIStone 41 0 1 0
his-52 Putative HIStone 16 0 3 0
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DAnCER 2.3
Disease Annotated Chromatin Epigenetics Resource
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