Description
bone morphogenetic protein receptor, type IB [Source:HGNC Symbol;Acc:1077]
Location
Chromosome 4: 95,679,119-96,079,599 forward strand.
Transcripts
This gene has 8 transcripts
NameTranscript IDLength (bp)Protein IDLength (aa)BiotypeCCDS
BMPR1B-001ENST000005150595567ENSP00000426617502Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.CCDS3642
BMPR1B-002ENST000003949311922ENSP00000378389502Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.CCDS3642
BMPR1B-003ENST000002645681807ENSP00000264568502Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.CCDS3642
BMPR1B-004ENST00000506363731ENSP00000421144125Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.-
BMPR1B-005ENST000005123121679ENSP00000425444502Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.CCDS3642
BMPR1B-006ENST00000502683567ENSP00000424693114Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.-
BMPR1B-007ENST000005095401764ENSP00000421671502Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.CCDS3642
BMPR1B-201ENST000004408901764ENSP00000401907532Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.-

Transcript and Gene level displays

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