NCBI GenBank

Human to Mouse Homology Region Map, Chromosome 11

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RH Map Genethon Map Method In Situ Human Gene Mouse Chr. Mouse Gene Mouse Locus Cross Homology Group
MUC2B 0-6 R 11p15.5 MUC2 7 Muc2 72.0 109
11p15.5 CTSD 7 Ctsd 72.0 109
11p15.5 MUC5ac 7 Muc5ac 72.0 109
R 11p15.5 DRD4 7 Drd4 70.0 b 109
R,G 11p15.5 HRAS1 7 Hras1 69.0 a 109
R 11p15.5-p15.4 D11S813E 7 H19 69.0 a, b 109
WI-14149 3-27 R 11p15.5 IGF2 7 Igf2 69.0 b 109
11p15.5 CDKN1C 7 Cdkn1c 69.0 109
11p15.5-p11 TAPA1 7 Tapa1 69.0 a 109
R,G 11p15.5 TH 7 Th 67.0 a 109
R,G 11p15.5 INS 7 Ins2 69.0 a, b, c 109
RRMI 14-16 R 11p15.5-p15.4 RRM1 7 Rrm1 S 109
R,G 11p15.4 HBB 7* Hbb 50.0 a, c 110
SMD1 6-14 R 11p15.4 SMPD1 7* Smpd1 S 110
LMO 16 R 11p15 RBTN1 7* Rbtn1 50.0 b 110
11p15 RPT1 7* Rpt1 50.0 110
11p15.3-p14(g) LMO1 7* Lmo1 52.0 110
R,G 11p15.2-p15.1 PTH 7* Pth 53.0 a 110
WI-6982 22-28 R,G 11p15.2-p15.1 CALCA 7* Calc 54.0 a, b 110
11p15.4 CCKBR 7* Cckbr 50.0 c 110
11p15.1 SUR 7* Sur 41(g) 110
SGC32644 22-24 R 11p15.1 SAA1 7 Saa1 24.0 P 111
11p15.1 SAA2 7 Saa2 24.0 P 111
R 11p15.1 SAA3 7 Saa3 24.0 P 111
11p15.1 SAA4 7 Saa4 24.0 P 111
11p15.1 SAA5 7 Saa5 24.0 a, P 111
R 11p15.3-p14(g) TPH(g) 7 Tph 24.0 P 111
R 11p14.3-p15.2 KCNC1 7 Kcnc1 24.0 b, P 111
R 11p15.5-p14.3 LDHC(b) 7 Ldh3(b) 24.0 c, P 111
R 11p15.1-p14 LDHA 7 Ldh1 24.0 111
R 11p15 MYOD1 7 Myod1 24.0 a, b 111
R 11p13 BDNF 2 Bdnf 62.0 b 112
R 11p14 KCNA4 2 Kcna4 61.0 b 112
11p13-p12 LMO2 2 Lmo2 60.0 112
R 11p12-p11 ACP2 2 Acp2 S 112
R 11p13 FSHB 2 Fshb 60.0 b 112
R 11p13 PAX6 2 Pax6 58.0 112
WT1 38-44 R,G* 11p13 WT1 2 Wt1 58.0 112
R 11p13 RBTN2 2 Rbtn2 60.0 b 112
11p13 AN2 2 Sey 58.0 112
11p13 D11S16 2 D11S16h 58.0 112
11p13 D11S408 2 D11S408h 58.0 112
11p13 D11S411 2 D11S411h 58.0 112
11p13 D11S412 2 D11S412h 58.0 112
R,G 11p13 CAT 2 Cas1 57.0 b 112
11p12.08-p11 D11S14 2 D2Mit1 56.0 112
WI-7184 49-54 R 11p13 CD44 2 Cd44 56.0 112
R 11p13 RAG1 2 Rag1 56.0 b 112
R 11p13 RAG2 2 Rag2 56.0 112
11p12-p12 SLC1A2 2 Slc1a2 54.0 112
11p13 CRABP2 2 Crabp2 54.0 112
11p13 D11S102 2 D2Hgu1 54.0 b 112
R 11p11.2 NEGF2 2 Mdk 54.0 112
R 11p11 SPI1 2 Sfpi1 53.0 b 112
11p11.2 MDK 2 Mdk 53.0 112
11q11 CTNND 2 Catns 53.0 112
11 RAPSN 2 Rapsn 53.0 112
11q12 SSRP1 2 Ssrp1 52.4 112
11p11-q12 F2 2 Cf2 52.0 112
11q12 HMG1 2 Hmg1 52.0 112
11 D11S149 2 D11S149h 50.0 112
11p11.2 CD82 2 Cd82 49.6 a 112
11q12 FEN1 19 Fen1 S 113
11q13 ROM1 19 Rom1 8(g) 113
R 11q12 CNTF 19 Cntf 7.0 b 113
stSG1375 62-65 R 11q12-q13 OSBP 19 Osbp 7.0 a 113
SGC35231 62-65 R 11q13 FCER1B 19 Fcer1b 8(g) 113
SHCG-12715 64-70 R,G 11q13 CD5 19 Cd5 5.0 a, b 113
R 11q12-q13.1 CD20 19 Cd20 4.0 a 113
11q13 FAU 19 Fau 3.0 113
11q13 EMK 19 Emk 3.0 113
R 11q13 FTH1 19 Fth 2.0 a 113
J02939 62-70 R 11q12-q13 MDU1 19 Mdu1 0.0 a 113
11q13 LTBP2 19 Ltbp2 2(g) 113
R,G 11q13.1 PYGM 19 Pygm 2(g) 113
R,G 11q13 SEA 19 Seao 0.0 a 113
PC 70-77 R 11q PC 19 Pcx 0.0 a 113
WI-15244 70-72 R 11q13 ADRBK1 19 Adrbk1 4(g) b 113
SHGC-11734 70-77 R 11q13 GSTP1 19 Gstp1 0.0 113
11q13.2-q13.4 SMBP2 19 Catf1 0 113
R,G 11q13.3 FGF3 7* Fgf3 72.0 b 114
FGF4 70-77 R 11q13.3 FGF4 7* Fgf4 72.0 114
WI-16756 70-77 R 11q13.1 CCND1 7* Ccnd1 72.0 114
11q13 D11S814 7* D7H11S814 69.7 114
11q24.1-q24.3 FIS1 7* Fis1 69.5 a 114
11q13 RT6 7 Rt6-1 50.0 115
11q13.5-q14 ICLN 7 Icln 50.0 115
11q13.5 MYO7A 7 Myo7a 48.0 115
11q13 ARRB1 7 Arrb1 50.0 a 115
R 11q13.4-q14.1 OMP 7 Omp 48.0 b 115
WI-13873 80-84 R 11q13 UCP2 7 Ucp2 47.0 a 115
11q13.5-q14 GARP 7 D7H11S833E 46.0 115
WI-9075 92-96 R,G 11q21 TYR 7 Tyr 44.0 a, b 115
11q23 IL1BC 9 Il1bc 1.0 b 116
11q22-q23 MMEL 9 Mmel 1.0 b 116
11q21 FUT4 9 Fut4 3.0 116
PGR 103 R,G 11q22.1-q22.3 PGR 9 Pgr S 116
SHGC-31826 102-106 R 11q23 GRIK4 9* Grik4 23.0 117
11q22-q23 ATM 9 Atm 30.0 118
S45630 108-110 R 11q22.3-q23.1 CRYA2 9 Crya2 29.0 118
SGC31507 110-112 R,G 11q23.1 DRD2 9 Drd2 28.0 a, b 118
WI-9123 110-112 R,G 11q23.1 NCAM 9 Ncam 28.0 a 118
G 11q23-qter APOA4 9 Apoa4 27.0 118
WI-8564 110-117 R 11q23-qter APOC3 9 Apoc3 27.0 118
stSG86 112-117 R,G 11q23.3 APOA1 9 Apoa1 27.0 a 118
11q23 MLL 9 Mll S b 118
WI-7357 117-118 R 11 IL10R 9 Il10r 26.0 118
MLL1 118-120 R 11q23 ALL1 9 All1 26.0 118
WI-9069 118-120 R,G 11q23 CD3E 9 Cd3e 26.0 a 118
SHGC-12712 118-120 R,G 11q23 CD3G 9 Cd3g 26.0 b 118
G 11q23.3 CD3D 9 Cd3d 26.0 118
stSG1489 118-120 R,G 11q22.3-q23 THY1 9 Thy1 26.0 a, b 118
G 11q23.3 HMBS 9 Hmbs 26.0 118
A004Z11 118-120 R 11q23.2-q23.3 H2AX 9 Hist5-2ax 26.0 118
11q22 GRIA4 9* Gria4 8.0 a 119
11q23-qter GIRK4 9* Girk4 13.0 a 119
G 11q23.3 ETS1 9* Ets1 15.0 b 119
SHGC-13607 136-143 R 11q24.1-q24.3 FLI1 9* Fli1 16.0 119
11q ESA4 9* Es17 22.0 119
WI-8978 >152 R 11q23.3-qter CBL2 9* Cbl 26(g) b 119

Human/Mouse Homology Mapping Methods

MethodDescription
CHigh-resolution cytogenetic methods
GGenetic linkage mapping
G*Genetic mapping, with disagreements between genetic and physical map resolved in favor of physical map
LLong-range restriction site mapping
PMultiple physical methods, including YAC and cosmid contigs
RRadiation hybrid mapping
XMultiple sources of high-resolution data

Gene Notes:

KeyDescription
aGene Bank Accession Number for Mouse EST
bGene order has been changed from that shown in the chromosome committee reports or online databases, as required by high-resolution human physical mapping data; these data also indicate a probable difference between human and mouse organization, e.g. a small inversion in one species
gMouse gene order has been changed slightly to conform with human gene order in the absence of conflicting high resolution data
yPosition has been changed from that reported in chromosome committee report or or Mouse Genome Database based on additional data or review of previous data
pDifferent sources of high resolution mapping data give conflicting positions
rDifference between position in inbred mice vs. Mus spretus
uThis is a UniGene designation, given since no gene symbol has been assigned. Note: some of these designations may be retired.

Mouse Locus Notes

The notation S in the Mouse Locus column indicates a gene that is syntenic, but for which there is not enough data to assign a precise position.

Cross Information

The cross column indicates which laboratory mapped a given cross.

a - Duke/Davis cross

b - Frederick cross

c - Jackson Lab cross

RH Notes

This field contains the marker identification used in Radiation Hybrid Mapping. These hyperlinks will connect the user to the Gene Map of the Human Genome. Subsequent hyperlinks on the marker will provide marker details and hyperlink to the actual Human Gene Map region (by selecting the interval defined by the Genethon Map loci intervals). Therefore the user can rapidly obtain information on ESTs that have

Color Key for Homology Map

Mouse Chr. Mouse Chr. Mouse Chr. Mouse Chr. Mouse Chr. Mouse Chr.
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 X

The asterisk character ('*') is used to indicate a different region of homology on the same mouse chromosome.

A question mark ('?') indicates that the authors are uncertain that this region is truly homologous.