Day 346 (19q13.33-19q13.43): the most genes of any day, including fifteen kallekrein genes

Day 346 has 293 protein-coding genes (browser view) Рthe most of any day of Genome Year Рincluding fifteen kallekrein (KLK) genes.

The kallekrein proteins were discovered in 1934 in pancreas, and their name comes from a Greek word for pancreas. They are involved in many protein breakdown processes including sperm liquefaction and skin desquamation.

Click here to see all 8373945 letters of Day 346 with KLK3 underlined.

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