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Term:abnormal blood oxygen saturation level
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Definition:any anomaly in the amount of oxygen bound to hemoglobin in the blood expressed as a percentage of the maximal binding capacity
Comment:When arterial oxy-hemoglobin saturation is measured by an arterial blood gas it is called SaO2; when arterial oxy-hemoglobin saturation is measured non-invasively by a finger pulse oximeter or handheld pulse oximeter, it is called SpO2. {xref=""}

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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Areg amphiregulin IAGP MGI PMID:26317471 NCBI chr 5:91,287,458...91,296,291
Ensembl chr 5:91,287,458...91,296,291
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G Foxp3 forkhead box P3 IAGP MGI PMID:26317471 NCBI chr  X:7,445,915...7,461,482
Ensembl chr  X:7,439,883...7,461,484
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G Gata4 GATA binding protein 4 IAGP MGI PMID:25807280 NCBI chr14:63,436,363...63,509,161
Ensembl chr14:63,436,371...63,509,141
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G Wfdc2 WAP four-disulfide core domain 2 IAGP MGI PMID:31780266 NCBI chr 2:164,404,635...164,410,430
Ensembl chr 2:164,404,333...164,410,430
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  mammalian phenotype 16233
    homeostasis/metabolism phenotype 7358
      abnormal homeostasis 6527
        abnormal blood homeostasis 5012
          abnormal blood gas level 10
            abnormal blood oxygen saturation level 4
              decreased blood oxygen saturation level 4
              increased blood oxygen saturation level 0
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