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IRAK047K20 - GNP Human cDNA Clone

Catalog number HGY019060
Clone name IRAK047K20
Clone info. Plasmid clone of human KIF1C cDNA (source: Testis)
Vector pBluescriptR
Sequence, submitted(1) BC034993 [link]
CDS status(2) Same sequence as NM_006612.
Gene symbol and ID KIF1C (NCBI Gene 10749)  other clone of KIF1C in our bank
Protein name kinesin family member 1C


  NCBI Gene

  NCBI RefSeq

(1) Actual nucleotide sequence of this clone submitted to the DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ).
(2) CDS status was determined by comparing the clone's sequence with NCBI RefSeq mRNA.

Please note that the information was bioinformatically annotated and that this information may not reflect the most recent annotation of the reference sequence. You should carefully check the insert sequence deposited to the DDBJ/EMBL/Genbank and/or provided by us to make sure that it matches the sequence you expect.

Distribution information

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HGY019060 IRAK047K20 DNA solution

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Materials & Methods section:

We thank the Research Association for Biotechnology, Dr. Yoshihide Hayashizaki of RIKEN and Dr. Sumio Sugano of the University of Tokyo for providing the IRAK047K20 (cat. HGY019060) through the National BioResource Project of the MEXT, Japan.

Sequence information

Restriction map is not available.

This clone has been sequenced a portion and digested by restriction enzyme for verification. Results are available as below!

Seq file
(Insert 5')
Seq file
(Insert 3')
Seq file
(Upstream of poly(A))
PDF file
IRAK047K20a.seq IRAK047K20b.seq   IRAK047K20.pdf

Please visit Data Sheet for the information of vectors and sequence primers.

References and tips

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user_report Saji, T., c-Src-mediated phosphorylation and activation of kinesin KIF1C promotes elongation of invadopodia in cancer cells. J. Biol. Chem. 298 (7): 102090 (2022). PMID 35654143.[link to RRC of NBRP]


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