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Description

echinoderm microtubule associated protein like 4 [Source:HGNC Symbol;Acc:1316]

Gene Synonyms

C2orf2, ELP120, EMAP-4, EMAPL4, ROPP120

Location
About this transcript

This transcript has 22 exons, is annotated with 33 domains and features, is associated with 50859 variant alleles and maps to 593 oligo probes.

NameTranscript IDbpProteinTranslation IDBiotypeCCDSUniProtRefSeqFlags
EML4-001ENST00000318522.55549981aaENSP00000320663.5
 
Protein coding
CCDS1807F2Z2B5 Q9HC35 NM_019063
NP_061936
GENCODE basic
EML4-002ENST00000402711.23568923aaENSP00000385059.2
 
Protein coding
CCDS46266F2Z2B5 Q9HC35 NM_001145076
NP_001138548
GENCODE basic
EML4-003ENST00000401738.33797992aaENSP00000384939.3
 
Protein coding
-B5MBZ0 F2Z2B5 -GENCODE basic
EML4-201ENST00000453191.21455245aaENSP00000400590.2
 
Protein coding
-F2Z2B5 -GENCODE basic
EML4-009ENST00000482660.1584No protein-
 
Processed transcript
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EML4-010ENST00000472632.1515No protein-
 
Processed transcript
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EML4-006ENST00000406175.34622No protein-
 
Retained intron
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EML4-005ENST00000480320.11932No protein-
 
Retained intron
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EML4-011ENST00000409040.1962No protein-
 
Retained intron
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Statistics

Exons: 22, Coding exons: 22, Transcript length: 3,568 bps, Translation length: 923 residues

CCDS

This transcript is a member of the Human CCDS set: CCDS46266

Uniprot

This transcript corresponds to the following Uniprot identifiers: Q9HC35

Version

ENST00000402711.2

Type

Protein coding

Annotation Method

Transcript where the Ensembl genebuild transcript and the Vega manual annotation have the same sequence, for every base pair. See article.

Alternative transcripts

This transcript corresponds to the following database identifiers:

Transcript having exact match between ENSEMBL and HAVANA:
OTTHUMT00000325773 (version 2)
GENCODE basic gene

This transcript is a member of the Gencode basic gene set.

Transcript-based displays