The human gene, c14orf159 mRNA, is highly conserved in mammals and birds. Orthologs gathered from BLAST and BLAT searches reveal that the human c14orf159 mRNA sequence is conserved with a sequence identity of 98% in chimpanzees, 88% in mice, and 81% in platypus and chicken. The following table contains a list orthologs that were gathered from BLAST searches. Sequence alignments were performed using blastn to derive sequence identity, score, and E-values between the human c14orf159 variant 1 mRNA and its orthologs.
Human C14orf159 Orthologs-mRNA
|Genus and Species||Common Name||NCBI Accession number||Sequence Length (bp)||Sequence Identity||Score||E-Value|
The protein that the human gene c14orf159 encodes has been found to be highly conserved among mammals, birds, amphibians, fish, tunicates, cnidarians, and echinoderms. However, no protein orthologs have been found in nematodes, arthropods, fungi, protists, plants, bacteria, or archea. Fungi and bacteria contain the DUF1445 conserved domain which is found in human c14orf159 and its orthologs. BLAST and BLAT searches have been utilized to find orthologs to the c14orf159 protein. The following table lists protein orthologs for the human protein with sequence identity, sequence similarity, scores, and E-values derived from blastp sequence comparisons.
|Genus and Species||Common Name||NCBI Accession number||Sequence Length-Amino Acids||Sequence Identity||Sequence Similarity||Score||E-Value|
|Pan troglodytes||Chimpanzee||XP_510121.2||724||557/621 (89%)||561/621 (90%)||1109||0|
|Ailuropoda melanoleuca||Panda||EFB15996.1||585||413/585 (70%)||461/585 (78%)||824||0|
|Rattus norvegicus||Rat||XP_343096.2||618||423/618 (68%)||470/618 (76%)||774||0|
|Mus musculus||Mouse||NP_663423.2||617||414/623 (66%)||468/621 (75%)||796||0|
|Equus caballus||Horse||XP_001916913.1||581||390/585 (66%)||433/585 (74%)||728||6E-115|
|Ornithorhynchus anatinus||Platypus||XP_001514386.1||653||358/628 (57%)||443/628 (70%)||696||0|
|Gallus gallus||Chicken||XP_421319.2||617||330/614 (53%)||414/614 (67%)||630||0|
|Xenopus tropicalis||Western clawed frog||CAJ82045.1||616||302/611 (49%)||399/611 (65%)||582||1E-170|
|Danio rerio||Zebrafish||AAI244131.1||621||284/607 (46%)||386/607 (63%)||530||6E-155|
|Branchiostoma floridae||Lancelet||XP_002612376.1||615||237/611 (38%)||334/611 (54%)||397||6E-115|
|Ciona intestinalis||Vase tunicate||XP_001173256||486||161/501 (32%)||241/501 (48%)||244||5E-69|
|Strongylocentrotus purpuratus||California purple sea urchin||XP_782739.1||631||9/33 (27%)||15/33 (45%)||320||5E-87|
|Nematostella vectensis||Starlet sea anemone||XP_001637867||529||134/501 (26%)||211/501 (42%)||120||1E-31|
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