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NCBI Gene PubMed Count 14
PubMed Score 263.98
PubTator Score 52.87

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  Disease Sources (3)

Disease Target Count
Male infertility 170
Disease Target Count Z-score Confidence
Kidney disease 397 0.0 2.0
Disease Target Count Z-score Confidence
Contagious pustular dermatitis 12 3.123 1.6

Gene RIF (3)

20565543 We show with phylogenetic relations that the CTES genes are clustered into three original groups, a testatin, a Cres, and a CstL1 group
19204726 Observational study of gene-disease association. (HuGE Navigator)
12193387 studies show that cystatin-related epididymal spermatogenic protein is present in the sperm equatorial segment and becomes accessible to the extracellular environment during fertilization

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Text Mined References (15)

PMID Year Title
20565543 Evolution and human tissue expression of the Cres/Testatin subgroup genes, a reproductive tissue specific subgroup of the type 2 cystatins.
19204726 2009 Transcriptomic and genetic studies identify IL-33 as a candidate gene for Alzheimer's disease.
17207965 2007 hORFeome v3.1: a resource of human open reading frames representing over 10,000 human genes.
16740002 2006 Identification of N-linked glycoproteins in human saliva by glycoprotein capture and mass spectrometry.
15489334 2004 The status, quality, and expansion of the NIH full-length cDNA project: the Mammalian Gene Collection (MGC).
12477932 2002 Generation and initial analysis of more than 15,000 full-length human and mouse cDNA sequences.
12193387 2002 Identification and characterization of cystatin-related epididymal spermatogenic protein in human spermatozoa: localization in the equatorial segment.
11780052 2001 The DNA sequence and comparative analysis of human chromosome 20.
10229662 1999 Structure, alternative splicing and chromosomal localization of the cystatin-related epididymal spermatogenic gene.
9007972 1997 Friends and relations of the cystatin superfamily--new members and their evolution.