A Hypothesized Role of Uncharacterized Gene CG 10809 in Parkinson Disease and Neurodegeneration
This study looks at different resources that implicate the function of the CG10809 unknown gene and designs an experiment to verify (or falsify) the hypothesis. Given the evidence and information, we predict that the CG10809 is a calcium ion transport channel protein that is part of the nuclear pore complex.
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