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Genomic Analysis of fgf in zebra Fish (Danio Rerio)

FGFs are abbreviated as “Fibroblast growth factors”. These "FGFs" are the "secreted “development factors of polypeptide. The "signaling" scheme of FGFs is actually the vital part which "plays" a significant role in many processes of development in vertebrates. The humans also have FGFs family. This family comprises of 22 members. On the other hand, zebra fish family has 16 members while eleven more zebra fish fgf were identified by homo-logy based search. This search was conducted in zebra fish genome and cDNA databases. By calculating additional member’s fgf family of zebra fish now consist of 27 members at least. By the conduction of polygenetic processes and gene location analyses, we identified relationships between human FGFs genes and zebra fish Fgf genes. This paper also evaluates and represents the phylogenetic information of fgf zebra fish family.


Ayesha Tahir*

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