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Gene Info

Gene Information For:Hs. TGFB2, transforming growth factor, beta 2
Sequence ID:NM_001135599
NM_003238
RefSeqGene ID:NG_027721
Entrez Gene ID:7042
Ensembl ID:ENSG00000092969

Database Links

UniGeneEntrez GeneOMIMEnsembl GeneHPRDVegaDTPSNPSNP: GeneViewSNP: VarViewAssembliesRNAi

Gene Expression Data


Associated Diseases (from OMIM)

DiseaseOther Genes
LOEYS-DIETZ SYNDROME, TYPE 4 

Cytogenetic Location (from UniGene)

Cytogenetic Location:1q41Mitelman Breakpoint Data

Chromosomal Position (from UCSC)

Chromosomal Position:1: 218615967 - 218617337

 Exon Info From UCSC:
NM_001135599
NM_003238

Full-Length MGC Clones for This Gene

IMAGE IdStatusAccession GenBank Def Line
40005424Full LengthBC096235transforming growth factor, beta 2
40005426Full LengthBC099635transforming growth factor, beta 2

Protein Similarities Based on Shared Motif Content

Find gene products sharing protein motifs with:  NP_003229  

Protein Infomation

RefSeq
mRNAProteinSwissProtPfam
NM_001135599 NP_001129071    
NM_003238 NP_003229 P61812 TGF_beta
TGFb_propeptide

Related Sequences

 
mRNAGenPeptSwissProt
M19154 AAA50404 P61812
M19154 AAA50405 P61812
BC096235 AAH96235 P61812
BC099635 AAH99635 P61812
AB209842 BAD93079 Q59EG9
AK313106 BAG35929 B2R7T2
AK295671 BAG58529 B4DIL7
AK296504 BAG59137 P61812
AK299839 BAG61703 B4DSP1
Y00083 CAA68279 P61812

Homologs (from HomoloGene)
Note: Both orthologs and paralogs are included.
Organism Symbol Protein Homolog Similarity
(% aa unchanged)
Organism Symbol Entrez
Gene
Gene Info Protein
H.sapiens TGFB2 NP_003229 M.musculus Tgfb2 21808 Gene Info NP_033393 96
R.norvegicus Tgfb2 81809   NP_112393 95

Gene Ontology
Gene classification by the European Bioinformatics Institute, as recorded in GOA (GO Annotation@EBI)

BioCarta Pathways
Pathway information courtesy of BioCarta