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From: A comparative genomics study of carbohydrate/glucose metabolic genes: from fish to mammals

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Carbohydrate/glucose metabolic genes in Danio rerio (zebrafish), Xenopus tropicalis (frog), Gallus gallus (chicken), Mus musculus (mouse) and Homo sapiens (human). These diagrams are modified from VENNY (see Methods). Numbers in the overlapping and non-overlapping areas of the diagram indicate the number of genes found by overlapping or unique sets of orthologues and KEGG genes in each species. a Venn diagram of 791 zebrafish carbohydrate/glucose metabolic genes, which are merged with 545 zebrafish KEGG database genes and human (676), mouse (637), chicken (418) and frog (352) KEGG resource gene orthologues. b Venn diagram of 593 frog carbohydrate/glucose metabolic genes, which are merged with 352 frog KEGG database genes and human (676), mouse (637), chicken (418) and zebrafish (545) KEGG resource gene orthologues. c-e Similar to the data mining in zebrafish and frog, there are 523, 666 and 698 carbohydrate/glucose genes in chicken, mouse and human, respectively. f The table gives an overall measure of how many genes were found in each organism. The gene list can be seen in Additional file 1: Table S1

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