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kif2a protein (Ciona intestinalis) - STRING interaction network
"kif2a" - Uncharacterized protein in Ciona intestinalis
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Predicted Interactions
gene neighborhood
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co-expression
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Score
kif2aUncharacterized protein (761 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
ENSCING00000008574
Uncharacterized protein (309 aa)
     
  0.814
ENSCING00000007598
Uncharacterized protein (1885 aa)
     
  0.806
ENSCING00000024240
Uncharacterized protein (596 aa)
     
  0.802
ENSCING00000021754
Uncharacterized protein (87 aa)
     
  0.768
ENSCING00000000139
Uncharacterized protein (294 aa)
     
  0.751
ENSCING00000003660
Structural maintenance of chromosomes protein (1253 aa)
     
  0.738
tubg1
Uncharacterized protein ; Tubulin is the major constituent of microtubules. The gamma chain is found at microtubule organizing centers (MTOC) such as the spindle poles or the centrosome (451 aa)
     
  0.731
ENSCING00000009630
Uncharacterized protein (338 aa)
     
  0.729
ENSCING00000022094
Uncharacterized protein (413 aa)
     
  0.725
uni3
Delta-tubulin (453 aa)
     
  0.725
Your Current Organism:
Ciona intestinalis
NCBI taxonomy Id: 7719
Other names: C. intestinalis, Ciona intestinalis
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