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Gene Info

Gene Information For:Mm. Rara, Retinoic acid receptor, alpha
Sequence ID:NM_001177302
NM_009024
NM_001176528
NM_001177303
Entrez Gene ID:19401
Ensembl ID:ENSMUSG00000037992

Database Links

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Gene Expression Data


Cytogenetic Location (from UniGene)

Cytogenetic Location:11 D-E1|11 57.8

Chromosomal Position (from UCSC)

Chromosomal Position:11: 98950615 - 98972670

 Exon Info From UCSC:
NM_001177302
NM_009024
NM_001176528
NM_001177303

Full-Length MGC Clones for This Gene

IMAGE IdStatusAccession GenBank Def Line
3498142Full LengthBC010216retinoic acid receptor, alpha
4195697IncompleteBC040383retinoic acid receptor, alpha
5292239IncompleteBC090396retinoic acid receptor, alpha

Protein Similarities Based on Shared Motif Content

Find gene products sharing protein motifs with:  NP_033050  

Protein Infomation

RefSeq
mRNAProteinSwissProtPfam
NM_001176528 NP_001169999    
NM_001177302 NP_001170773    
NM_001177303 NP_001170774    
NM_009024 NP_033050 P11416 Hormone_recep
zf-C4

Related Sequences

 
mRNAGenPeptSwissProt
S56656 AAB25783 P11416
BC010216 AAH10216 Q3U3R3
P11416
BC090396 AAH90396 Q5BLJ8
AK042163 BAE20623 Q3U3R3
P11416
AK153644 BAE32132 Q3U5E7
AK154623 BAE32722 Q3U3R3
P11416
X56565 CAA39917 P11416
X56572 CAA39919 P11416
CT010231 CAJ18439 Q4FK21

Homologs (from HomoloGene)
Note: Both orthologs and paralogs are included.
Organism Symbol Protein Homolog Similarity
(% aa unchanged)
Organism Symbol Entrez
Gene
Gene Info Protein
M.musculus Rara NP_001169999 R.norvegicus Rara 24705   NP_113716 99
H.sapiens RARA 5914 Gene Info NP_001019980 98

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

BioCarta Pathways
Pathway information courtesy of BioCarta