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Summary Expression Phenotypes Gene Literature (44) GO Terms (12) Nucleotides (133) Proteins (53) Interactants (685) Wiki

cdx1     caudal type homeobox 1

Anatomical Phenotypes
Phenotypes manually curated with terms from the Xenopus phenotype ontology covering anatomical, gene ontology, and neurobehavioral phenotypes.
decreased length of tail (3 sources), abnormal embryo morphology (2 sources), abnormal tail morphology (2 sources), abnormal bending of tail (1 source), abnormal head morphology (1 source), absent head (1 source), decreased length of anterior-posterior axis (1 source)
Expression Phenotypes
Gene expression phenotype annotations where the gene of interest has been disrupted (manipulated) or is the gene assayed (assayed). Computed annotations are derived from differential expression analysis from Xenbase processed GEO data with the criteria of a TPM >= 1, FDR <= 0.05 and an absolute LogFC >= 2.
Manual annotations: cdx1 manipulated (1 source), cdx1 assayed (1 source)
Computed annotations: cdx1 manipulated (2 sources), cdx1 assayed (29 sources)
Experiments (Reagents)
These are short form descriptions of experiments using reagents targeting the gene of interest.
Xbo Wt + gsc MO + cdx1 MO (VMZ) (1 source), Xla Wt + cdx1 (1 source), Xla Wt + cdx1 MO (1 source), Xla Wt + gsc MO + cdx1 MO (DMZ) (1 source), Xtr Wt + cdx1 MO (1 source), Xtr Wt + cdx1 MO (1 source), Xtr Wt + cdx1 MO + Cdx2 MO + Cdx4 MO (1 source)
Monarch Ortholog Phenotypes
These phenotypes are associated with this gene with a has phenotype relation via Monarch.
Mouse (16 sources): abnormal basioccipital bone morphology, abnormal cervical atlas morphology, abnormal embryonic erythropoiesis, abnormal exoccipital bone morphology, abnormal occipital bone morphology, abnormal ventral tubercle of atlas morphology, abnormal vertebral arch morphology, abnormal vertebral spinous process morphology, absent ribs, broad supraoccipital bone, [+]