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RIKEN DNA Bank Mouse Resource - Rack1

Gene ID NCBI Gene 14694 |  KEGG mmu:14694
Gene Symbol Rack1
Protein Name receptor for activated C kinase 1
Synonyms AL033335|GB-like|Gnb2-rs1|Gnb2l1|p205
Ortholog resources KEGG ortholog (KEGG orthology K14753) in the DNA Bank
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Individualy Deposited Resource

Catalog number Name of Resource Description
RDB14335 pEF-HA-RACK1 Expression vector of HA-tagged mouse receptor of activated protein kinase C1 (RACK1) full-length (1-317 aa).
RDB14336 pEF-T7-RACK1 Expression vector of TA-tagged mouse receptor of activated protein kinase C1 (RACK1) full-length (1-317 aa).
RDB14337 pmStr-C1-RACK1 Expression vector of mStr-tagged mouse receptor of activated protein kinase C1 (RACK1) full-length (1-317 aa).

RDB_org_190226.csv


NIA/NIH Mouse cDNA Clone

Plasmid request [in Japanese] [in English]

Catalog number Clone name Vector Sequence Status
5' terminal EST, submitted in DDBJ(1) 3' terminal EST, submitted in DDBJ(1)
MCH010882 H3027D10 pSPORT1 BG078399 BG065107  
MCH033370 H3083H02 pSPORT1 BG083041 BG070116  
MCH087674 H4019D02 pSPORT1 BQ552983  
MCH061226 H3153B02 pSPORT1  

♦ Full length sequence is not available. The clone could differ from the NCBI mRNA reference sequence.
(1) Actual EST sequence either 5' or 3' terminal end. Data were submitted to the DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ).
♦ NIA/NIH Mouse cDNA clone was deposited by Dr Minoru Ko (Tanaka et al., PNAS 97, 9127-9132, 2000. VanBuren V, et al. Genome Research 12, 1999-2003, 2002) at the National Institute on Aging, the National Institutes of Health, U.S.A.

NIAmouse22k_170401.csv


Mouse BAC clone

Clone request [in Japanese] [in English]

BAC clone search [map around Gene ID 14694] (link to our BAC browser)

♦ Every single our BAC clones have analyzed their terminal end sequences to map on the genome. Most of them are assigned by both ends and indicated with blue line on the genome browser (they likely contain the region). Others are assigned only by a single end and indicated with red line on the genome browser (containing piece is unsure).
♦ Reasons that we did not use the other end result for mapping are: (1) Data was not suitable for BLAST analysis (short read, repeats, no data or such stuff); (2) Result of BLAST analysis is unlikely [two ends are, too far away (>0.3 Mb), distinct chromosome, same orientation, or such incomprehensible].
♦ Full length sequence is not available.


2020.11.04

Mus_musculus_gene_info200108.csv - RDB_mmu_GIxxxxxxxxx_html_191217.pl