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Entry
K14462                      KO                                     

Name
APOB
Definition
apolipoprotein B
Pathway
Fat digestion and absorption
Vitamin digestion and absorption
Disease
H00155  
Hypercholesterolemia
H01270  
Familial hypobetalipoproteinemia (FHBL)
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 Organismal Systems
  Digestive system
   04975 Fat digestion and absorption
    K14462  APOB; apolipoprotein B
   04977 Vitamin digestion and absorption
    K14462  APOB; apolipoprotein B
Exosome [BR:ko04147]
 Exosomal proteins
  Exosomal proteins of other cancer cells
   K14462  APOB; apolipoprotein B
Heparan sulfate/heparin binding proteins [BR:ko00536]
 Others
  K14462  APOB; apolipoprotein B
BRITE hierarchy
Other DBs
GO: 
Genes
HSA: 
338(APOB)
PTR: 
459058(APOB)
PPS: 
100988651(APOB)
GGO: 
101132618(APOB)
PON: 
MCC: 
702937(APOB)
MCF: 
102121781(APOB)
MMU: 
238055(Apob)
RNO: 
54225(Apob)
CGE: 
100762698(Apob)
HGL: 
101703081(Apob)
TUP: 
102470716(APOB)
CFA: 
475680(APOB)
AML: 
100473745(APOB)
FCA: 
101098863(APOB)
PTG: 
102969558(APOB)
BTA: 
494004(APOB)
BOM: 
102280402(APOB)
PHD: 
102321897(APOB)
CHX: 
102184161(APOB)
SSC: 
100523371(APOB)
CFR: 
BACU: 
103008758(APOB)
LVE: 
103075761(APOB)
ECB: 
100071824(APOB)
MYB: 
102249059(APOB)
MYD: 
102763028(APOB)
PALE: 
102880332(APOB)
MDO: 
554179(APOB)
SHR: 
100928086(APOB)
OAA: 
100080258(APOB)
GGA: 
396535(APOB)
MGP: 
TGU: 
100217931(APOB)
FAB: 
101814534(APOB)
PHI: 
102099389(APOB)
APLA: 
101799540(APOB)
FPG: 
101919806(APOB)
FCH: 
102045984(APOB)
CLV: 
102085053(APOB)
ASN: 
AMJ: 
102563928(APOB)
PSS: 
102463104(APOB)
CMY: 
102931571(APOB)
ACS: 
100559232(apob)
PBI: 
XLA: 
379475(apob)
XTR: 
100498048(apob)
DRE: 
566465(apoba)
TRU: 
MZE: 
OLA: 
XMA: 
LCM: 
102348153(APOB)
CMK: 
HMG: 
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TaxonomyKoalaUniProt
Reference
  Authors
Davidson NO, Shelness GS
  Title
APOLIPOPROTEIN B: mRNA editing, lipoprotein assembly, and presecretory degradation.
  Journal
Annu Rev Nutr 20:169-93 (2000)

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