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UGID:2749940     UniGene Hs.680622     Homo sapiens (human)   LOC100289650
Uncharacterized LOC100289650 (LOC100289650)

Human miscRNA gene LOC100289650. Represented by 4 ESTs from 3 cDNA libraries. Corresponds to reference sequence NR_036584.1. [UniGene 2749940 - Hs.680622]

SELECTED PROTEIN SIMILARITIES
Comparison of cluster transcripts with RefSeq proteins. The alignments can suggest function of the cluster.
Best Hits and Hits from model organismsSpeciesId(%)Len(aa)
XP_003953562.1 PREDICTED: uncharacterized protein LOC101057701 P. troglodytes 94.3 105

GENE EXPRESSION
Tissues and development stages from this gene's sequences survey gene expression. Links to other NCBI expression resources.
EST Profile: Approximate expression patterns inferred from EST sources.
GEO Profiles: Experimental gene expression data (Gene Expression Omnibus).
cDNA Sources: brain
MAPPING POSITION
Genomic location specified by transcript mapping, radiation hybrid mapping, genetic mapping or cytogenetic mapping.
Chromosome: 19
Map position: 19q13.2
SEQUENCES
Sequences representing this gene; mRNAs, ESTs, and gene predictions supported by transcribed sequences.

mRNA sequences (2)

AK054869.1 Homo sapiens cDNA FLJ30307 fis, clone BRACE2003398 P
NR_036584.1 Homo sapiens uncharacterized LOC100289650 (LOC100289650), non-coding RNA PA

EST sequences (4)

DA132725.1 Clone BRALZ2004758 brain 5' read
DA283194.1 Clone BRCOC2012697 brain 5' read
DA056995.1 Clone BRACE2003398 brain 5' read
DB296661.1 Clone BRACE2003398 brain 3' read A


Key to Symbols

P Has similarity to known Proteins (after translation)
A Contains a poly-Adenylation signal
S Sequence is a Suboptimal member of this cluster
M Clone is putatively CDS-complete by MGC criteria

 
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