Fox et al 2005, S14/T2 Innexins, 6 genes

Gene list file name:Fox2005_S14-T2_unc-4_neuron-transcript_Innexins
Type of gene identifier:Cosmid name
Description:Fox et al 2005 Additional File 14/Table2: Summary of unc-4::GFP enriched and expressed (EGs) transcripts in selected categories. This file is an expanded version of Table 2 (see text) in which EGs are added to the list of enriched genes. Genes are organized as in Table 2 according to molecular function (KOG description, other description http://www.wormbase.org). Statistical rank is indicated for each enriched transcript and "EG" designates transcripts that are EGs.  
Organism:Caenorhabditis elegans (nematode)
Gene list type:Experimental

Gene name             Source Gene ID          Annotation                                                  Date       Added by    

C36H8.2 C36H8.2 P W All gene names: inx-6; opu-6; C36H8.2; 4N513; CE24831; INX6_CAEEL; NM_070034; WBGene00002128; WP:CE24831 WormBase description: inx-6 encodes an innexin, an integral transmembrane channel protein that is a structural component of invertebrate gap junctions; INX-6 is required for formation of pharyngeal gap junctions and thus for the electrical coupling and synchronous muscle contractions necessary for normal feeding behavior and postembryonic development; INX-6 may function redundantly with EAT-5, another C. elegans innexin; INX-6 expression is first detected in embryonic pharyngeal precursors and during later larval and adult stages, in pharyngeal corpus muscles and isthmus marginal cells, where INX-6 localizes to plaque-like structures in the plasma membrane. WormBase CDS description: UNC-7 like
K02B2.4 K02B2.4 P W All gene names: inx-7; opu-7; K02B2.4; 4G708; CE04690; INX7_CAEEL; NM_068493; WBGene00002129; WP:CE04690
R12E2.9 R12E2.9 P W All gene names: inx-15; opu-15; R12E2.9; 1E728; CE18141; NM_058912; WBGene00002137; WP:CE18141
R12H7.1 R12H7.1 P W All gene names: unc-9; R12H7.1; R12H7.1.1; R12H7.1.2; CE28246; NM_171790; UNC9_CAEEL; WBGene00006749; WP:CE28246; XN833 WormBase description: unc-9 encodes an innexin, an integral transmembrane channel protein that is a structural component of invertebrate gap junctions; UNC-9 is required for normal forward locomotion and egg-laying and also plays a role in the response to antihelminthics and volatile anesthetics; UNC-9 may form a functional pair with UNC-7, another C. elegans innexin, as mutations in unc-7 result in defects nearly identical to those in unc-9 mutant animals. WormBase CDS description: UNC-7-like protein
Y47G6A.2 Y47G6A.2 P W All gene names: inx-22; Y47G6A.2; Y47G6A.2.1; Y47G6A.2.2; 1E179; CE39849; NM_058785; WBGene00002144; WP:CE39849