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Gene Info

Gene Information For:Hs. GABRA5, gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptor, alpha 5
Sequence ID:NM_000810
NM_001165037
RefSeqGene ID:NG_032883
Entrez Gene ID:2558
Ensembl ID:ENSG00000186297

Database Links

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Gene Expression Data


Cytogenetic Location (from UniGene)

Cytogenetic Location:15q12Mitelman Breakpoint Data

Chromosomal Position (from UCSC)

Chromosomal Position:15: 27191907 - 27194345

 Exon Info From UCSC:
NM_000810
NM_001165037

Full-Length MGC Clones for This Gene

IMAGE IdStatusAccession GenBank Def Line
8322474Full LengthBC113422gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptor, alpha 5
8327447Full LengthBC111979gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptor, alpha 5

Protein Similarities Based on Shared Motif Content

Find gene products sharing protein motifs with:  NP_000801  

Protein Infomation

RefSeq
mRNAProteinSwissProtPfam
NM_000810 NP_000801 P31644 Neur_chan_LBD
Neur_chan_memb
NM_001165037 NP_001158509    

Related Sequences

 
mRNAGenPeptSwissProt
L08485 AAA58490 P31644
BC111979 AAI11980 P31644
BC113422 AAI13423 P31644
BT009830 AAP88832 P31644
DQ894267 ABM85193  
EU176251 ABW03702  
HQ258419 ADR83173  
AK290453 BAF83142 P31644
AK294303 BAG57584 B4DFX3
AK303742 BAG64714 B4E1A2
A28104 CAA01920 P31644

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 GABRA5 NP_000801 M.musculus Gabra5 110886 Gene Info NP_795916 95
R.norvegicus Gabra5 29707   NP_058991 95

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

BioCarta Pathways
Pathway information courtesy of BioCarta