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History Report on CCDS ID 23871 Re-query CCDS DB by CCDS ID:23871

InterpretationDateSourceCommentData
CCDS: Made public 10/10/2006 NCBI CCDS Release: 2
CCDS: Retained 11/28/2007 NCBI CCDS Release: 4
CCDS: Public note 04/22/2010 NCBI The coding region has been updated to extend the N-terminus to one that is more supported by the available transcript data. This N-terminal extension is only conserved in a few species, including mouse, rat, rhesus and marmoset. The updated start codon has a weak Kozak signal, as does the much better conserved downstream start codon. It is possible that leaky scanning by ribosomes may allow the downstream start codon to be used at least some of the time, which would result in a 6 aa length difference at the N-terminus. There is no experimental evidence indicating which start codon is preferentially used in vivo. CCDS version: 23871.1
CCDS: Updated 12/22/2010 NCBI CCDS Release: 7
CCDS: Retained 06/21/2012 NCBI CCDS Release: 10
CCDS: Retained 07/24/2013 NCBI CCDS Release: 13
CCDS: Retained 02/25/2014 NCBI CCDS Release: 16
CCDS: Retained 07/07/2015 NCBI CCDS Release: 19
CCDS: Review status 10/05/2016 NCBI by CCDS collaboration
CCDS: Retained 11/07/2016 NCBI CCDS Release: 21


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