NCBI GenBank

Mouse To Human Homology Region Map, Chromosome 1

How to use this Resource

Cross Mouse Locus Mouse Gene Human Chr. Human Gene In Situ Method RH Map Genethon Map Homology Group
a 5.5 Oprk1 8 OPRK1 8q11.2 86
a 15.0 Col9a1 6 COL9A1 6q12-q14 63
b 16.5 Dst 6 BPAG1 6p12-p11 63
b 19.5 Il1r1 2 IL1R1 2q12 R SGC35324 115-120 13
19.5 Il1r2 2 IL1R2 2 R WI-11083 115-118 13
20.4 Slc9a2 2 SLC9A2 2 13
20.4 Slc9a4 2 SLC9A4 2 13
20.6 St2 2 ST2 2 R SHGC-10948 115-118 13
a 21.1 Col3a1 2* COL3A1 2q31-q32.3 R WI-7548 194-196 19
a, b 22.9 Gls 2* GLS 2q32-q34 19
27.1 Inpp1 2* INPP1 2 R WI-9155 196-201 19
28.0 Stat4 2* STAT4 2 R R91570 196 19
23.2g Aox1 2* AOX1 2 R WI-9291 200-206 19
26.5(g) Xpg 13 Xpg 13q32.3-q33.1 R A008L48 87-95 129
29.8 Idh1 2 IDH1 2q32-qter 20
a, c 30.1 Ctla4 2 CTLA4 2q33 20
a 30.1 Cd28 2 CD28 2q33 R WI-7843 200-206 20
b 31.0 Creb1 2 CREB1 2q32-q34 R WI-8988 210-215 20
a, b 32.0 Cryga 2 CRYG1 2q33-q35 G 20
32.0 Crygd 2 CRYGD 2q33-q35 20
b 33.7 Mtap2 2 MAP2 2q34-q35 R WI-14008 210-215 20
a 34.1 Mylf 2 MYL1 2q33-q34 R WI7607 210-215 20
a, b 36.1 Fn1 2 FN1 2q34 R WI-8999 217-222 20
36.1 Igfbp5 2 IGFBP5 2q33-q36 R SGC31996 217-222 20
a, b 38.4 Tnp1 2 TNP1 2q34 R WI-7087 217-222 20
39.2 Nramp 2 NRAMP 2q35 20
40.0 Il8rb 2 IL8RB 2q35 R SHGC-12787 209-220 20
40.7 Igfbp2 2 IGFBP2 2q33-q34 20
a, b 40.8 Vil 2 VIL1 2q35 R SHGC-12381 209-220 20
41.1 Des 2 DES 2q35 20
a, b 41.6 Inha 2 INHA 2q33-q34 20
44.0 Pax3 2 PAX3 2q36 R WI-7962 228-230 20
48.4 Ncl 2 NCL 2q12-qter 20
a 51.7 Akp3 2 ALPI 2q37.1 R WI-8984 242-248 20
51.7 Ugt1a1 2 UGT1A1 2q37 20
a, b 52.3 Acrg 2 CHRNG 2q32-qter 20
52.3 Acrd 2 CHRND 2q36-q37 20
a 53.6 Sag 2 SAG 2q37.1 20
b 53.9 Col6a3 2 COL6A3 2q37.3 20
54.4 Sp 2 WS1 2q37 20
55.3 Hdlbp 2 HDLBP 2q37 R stSG314 258-272 20
S Cyp27 2 CYP27 2q33-qter 20
a 59.0 W49948(a) 2 10196(u) 2 R Cda11f08 >272 20
c 56.7 Pam 5 PAM 5q14-5q21 47
a, b 59.8 Bcl2 18 BCL2 18q21.3 R SHGC-12395 89-94 158
b 61.1 Planh2 18 PAI2 18q22.1 R M24657 96-102 158
b 64.1 Inhbb 2* INHBB 2cen-q13 R stSG19 129-134 16
a, b 64.1 En1 2* EN1 2q13-q21 16
c 63.0 Htr5b 2* HTR5B 2q11-13 16
a 67.6 C4bp 1 C4BP 1q32 R,P SHGC-9971 224-232 5
a 67.6 Daf 1 DAF 1q32 R,P,G SHGC-11123 224-228 5
b 69.9 Il10 1 IL10 1 5
69.9 Cchl1a3 1 CACNL1A3 1q32 R SHGC-11068 218-219 5
S Qprs 1 EPRS 1q32 5
a, b 69.9 Ren 1 REN 1q32 or 1q41 G 5
a 70.3 Atp2b2 1 ATP2B2 1q25-q32 5
71.0 Pep3 1 PEPC 1q25 5
b 72.3 Myog 1 MYOG 1q31-q41 5
73.5 Syt2 1 SYT2 1q 5
a, b 74.1 Ptprc 1 PTPRC 1q31-32 5
a 74.1 Cfh 1 HF1 1q32 R SGC31488 213-216 5
76.1 Ncf2 1 NCF2 1cen-q32 R stSG402 204-208 5
76.2 Ptgs2 1 PTGS2 1q25.2-q25.3 R WI-7142 205-208 5
80.1 Lamc2 1 LAMC2 1q31 5
a, b 81.1 Lamc1 1 LAMC1 1q31 R,G WI-8057 199-203 5
81.6 Acact 1 SOAT 1q25 5
a 82.1 Abll 1 ABLL 1q24-q25 5
a, b, P 84.6 At3 1 AT3 1q23-q25.1 R,P,G atSG1405 197-199 5
a, b, P 84.9 Ox40l 1 OX40L 1q23 R,P WI-7792 193-197 5
a, P 85.0 Fasl 1 APT1LG1 1q23 R,P SHGC-11872 193-196 5
a, b, P 86.6 Sele 1 SELE 1q22-q25 R,P M30640 186-193 5
a, P 86.6 Sell 1 SELL 1q21-q25 R,P WI-7045 187-193 5
a, P 86.6 Selp 1 SELP 1q21-q25 P SHGC-17253 186-193 5
a, P 86.6 Cf5 1 F5 1q21-q25 R,P M14335 186-193 5
a, P 86.8 Atp1b1 1 ATP1B1 1q22-q25 P 5
87.0 Lptn 1 LPTN 1 R SGC35495 187-193 5
a, P 87.2 Cd3z 1 CD3z 1q22-q25 R,P J04132 183-186 5
a, b, P 87.2 Pou2f1 1 POU2F1 1q22-q25 P 5
a, b 88.1 Pbx1 1 PBX1 1q23-q25 P 5
a 88.1 Rxrg 1 RXRG 1q23-25 R,P WI-15938 173-181 5
90.0 Syt2 1 SYT2 1q 5
a, P 92.3 Fcgr3 1 FCGR3A,B 1q21-q23 R,P,G stSG71 173-181 5
a, P 92.3 Fcgr2 1 CD32 1q21-23 R,P SGC35267 173-181 5
a, P 92.4 Mpp 1 MPZ 1q21-q23 P 5
a, c, P 92.6 Apoa2 1 APOA2 1q21-q23 R,P,G SHGC-017 175-179 5
a, P 93.3 Fcer1g 1 FCER1G 1q23 R,P SHGC-12422 175-179 5
S Usf1 1 USF1 1q22-q23 5
a, P 93.3 Cd48 1 CD48 1q21.3-q22 R,P WI-8971 170-173 5
a, P 93.3 Ly9 1 LY9 1q21.3-q22 P 5
93.4 Nhlh1 1 NHLH1 1q22 5
93.5 Usf1 1 USF1 1q21-q23 5
a, P 94.2 Atp1a2 1 ATP1A2 1q21-q22 R,P,G SGC31641 170-173 5
a, P 94.2 Fcer1a 1 FCER1A 1q21-q23 R,P SHGC-12658 170-181 5
a, P 94.2 Sap 1 APCS 1q21-q23 R,P SHGC-10941 170-172 5
a, P 94.2 Crp 1 CRP 1q21-q23 R,P,G M11725 170-173 5
a, b, P 95.2 Spna1 1 SPTA1 1q21-23 R,P,G SHGC-9827 159-170 5
a 98.5 Eph1 1* EPHX 1p11-qter 6
a 98.5 Adprp 1* ADPRT 1q41-q42 R,G SGC30345 246-249 6
99.7 Chml 1* CHML 1q31-qter 6
a, b 101.5 Tgfb2 1* TGFB2 1q41 R WI-7576 242-246 6
b 101.5 Hlx 1* HLX1 1q41-q42.1 R SHGC-31006 235-237 6
104.0 Lamb3 1* LAMB3 1q32 6
a, P 106.6 Cd34 1* CD34 1q32 R,P WI-7685 225-232 6
a 106.6 Crry 1* CR1 1q32 R,P,G X14358 224-232 6
a, P 106.6 Cr2 1* CR2 1q32 R,P,G M26021 224-232 6

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

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

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

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