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Gene Info

Gene Information For:Mm. Gabra2, gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptor, subunit alpha 2
Sequence ID:NM_008066
Entrez Gene ID:14395
Ensembl ID:ENSMUSG00000000560

Database Links

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Gene Expression Data


Cytogenetic Location (from UniGene)

Cytogenetic Location:5 C3.1|5 40.0 cM

Chromosomal Position (from UCSC)

Chromosomal Position:5: 70959639 - 70960279

NM_008066 exon info from UCSC:

Transcript StartTranscript EndChromosomal Start Chromosomal End
110427135229571353336
104312457136466371364865
124613987139734571397497
139915427139916171399304
154316257140393971404021
162618467140565471405874
184719147142596871426035
191520307148321071483325
203121177148577071485856
211823927148681371487087

Full-Length MGC Clones for This Gene

IMAGE IdStatusAccession GenBank Def Line
40039253Full LengthBC115727gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA-A) receptor, subunit alpha 2

Protein Similarities Based on Shared Motif Content

Find gene products sharing protein motifs with:  NP_032092  

Protein Infomation

RefSeq
mRNAProteinSwissProtPfam
NM_008066 NP_032092 P26048
Q544G1
Neur_chan_LBD
Neur_chan_memb

Related Sequences

 
mRNAGenPeptSwissProt
M86567 AAA37650 P26048
Q544G1
BC115727 AAI15728 Q544G1
AK039055 BAC30223 P26048
Q544G1
AK046953 BAC32925 Q8C8J1

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 Gabra2 NP_032092 R.norvegicus Gabra2 289606   NP_001129251 99
H.sapiens GABRA2 2555 Gene Info NP_000798 98

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

BioCarta Pathways
Pathway information courtesy of BioCarta