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DrIF wrote:It probably just means that 2 different individuals posted it on Unigene and gave it 2 separate names. Just click on the sequence links and compare them!
I had compare them , identify of them is 94% and they are in different chromosome.
I want to know if they are one gene,just have two copies in genome.
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