Description
ARV1 homolog (S. cerevisiae) [Source:HGNC Symbol;Acc:29561]
Location
Chromosome 1: 231,114,727-231,136,341 forward strand.
Transcripts
This gene has 7 transcripts
NameTranscript IDLength (bp)Protein IDLength (aa)BiotypeCCDS
ARV1-001ENST000003102561335ENSP00000312458271Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.CCDS1589
ARV1-003ENST000003666581170ENSP00000355618231Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.-
ARV1-005ENST00000435927879ENSP00000394547291Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.-
ARV1-007ENST00000450711991ENSP00000416039268Protein codingA protein coding transcript is a spliced mRNA that leads to a protein product.-
ARV1-002ENST000004805191037ENSP00000436763247Nonsense mediated decayTranscript is thought to undergo nonsense mediated decay, a process which detects nonsense mutations and prevents the expression of truncated or erroneous proteins. -
ARV1-006ENST000004598911009ENSP00000435420122Nonsense mediated decayTranscript is thought to undergo nonsense mediated decay, a process which detects nonsense mutations and prevents the expression of truncated or erroneous proteins. -
ARV1-004ENST000004977531072No protein product-Processed transcriptNoncoding transcript that does not contain an open reading frame (ORF). -

Transcript and Gene level displays

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