Gene/Protein Characteristic Table for KIAA1191
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Product ID ORK05641
Accession No AB033017
Description KIAA1191
Clone name hh01795a
Vector information
The cDNA fragment was inserted at the SalI-NotI site of the ...
cDNA sequence DNA sequence (1837 bp)
Predicted protein sequence (100 aa)
Source Human adult brain
Rouge ID mKIAA1191 by Kazusa Mouse cDNA Project
Features of the cloned cDNA sequence

Length: 1837 bp
Physical map
Restriction map
Prediction of protein coding region (GeneMark analysis).

N-terminal truncation Coding interruption
cloned DNA seq Warning No warning
Integrity of 3' end
Length of 3'UTR 1533 bp
Genome contig ID gi51511721r_175605674
PolyA signal sequence
Flanking genome sequence
(100000 - 99951)

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Chr f/r start end exon identity class
Ensembl gnome browser 5 r 175705674 175707624 2 99.1 Perfect prediction
Features of the protein sequence

Length: 100 aa
Result of homology search against nr database (FASTA output, Multiple alignment)
Entry Exp ID% Protein Source
BAB14957 4.6e-38 100.0 unnamed protein...
Homo sapiens
CAB99231 2.4e-37 99.0 hypothetical pr...
Homo sapiens
CAH92202 5.6e-37 98.0 hypothetical pr...
Pongo abelii
XP_001083749 5.9e-36 95.0 hypothetical pr...
Macaca mulatta
XP_866160 1.8e-33 88.0 hypothetical pr...
Canis lupus fam...
The numbers on the left and right sides of a black line in the graphical overview indicate the lengths (in amino acid residues) of the non-homologous N-terminal and C-terminal portions flanking the homologous region (indicated by the black line), respectively.
Result of homology search against HUGE database (FASTA output, Multiple alignment)
No significant homologues
Expression profile

Experimental conditions
PCR conditions 95 °C30 sec55 °C30 sec72 °C60 sec30 cycles

RH mapping information

Chromosome No. 5
Experimental conditions
Panel name unigene
Primer_f -
Primer_r -
PCR product length -
PCR conditions -
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