This page describes the information provided for each of the finished cDNA clones. It shows each nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequence, the assemblies to which it belongs, other clones with high similarity to the specified clone, its genomic structure as suggested by comparison with the human genome sequence, and representative RefSeq and UniGene BLAST results.
Sequences of the specified clone can be obtained in FASTA format. In the nucleotide sequence, the putative CDS is shown by black letter, while grey letters indicate untranslated regions.
You can see the information on other clone(s) with high similarity to the specified clone. Arrows indicate the region of the match; breaks in the arrows indicate existence of unmatched region between arrows.
Black arrow: the specified clone; red: >99.5% match; green >99% match; blue: >90% match
Sequence information matching the human genome sequences can be obtained by clicking the aligned red arrows. Results of BLAST searches against the draft sequence of the human genome can be inspected through the link indicated by the human chromosome name.
Results of BLAST searches using the specified clone as a query against the human, mouse, dog, cattle, and pig RefSeq protein sequences are summarized. Results with low scores (< 50) are shown if results with higher scores do not exist. Links to the GenBank pages and raw BLAST results are provided. The probability that the clone includes a full-length CDS is indicated.
Results of BLAST searches using the specified clone as a query against the human, mouse, cattle, and pig UniGene nucleotide clusters are summarized. Links to the GenBank pages and raw BLAST results are provided. The probability that the clone includes a full-length CDS is indicated.
Assemblies to which the specified clone belongs to are listed. Sequences and information on the assemblies can be obtained through the links.
We roughly estimated the cDNA clones as encoding full-length CDSs if the length from the head to tail of all of the matches (BLAST score > 50) in the ORF of the cDNA clones were within the limit between 67% and 150% of the length of CDS of the matched reference gene. For the UniGene searches, we estimated the clones as encoding full-length CDSs if the length upstream of the matches (BLAST score > 50) in the clones were longer than the length between the start base of the CDSs and the matched region of the corresponding genes.