Entry Detail



General Information

Database ID:LDA0007018
Species:Mus musculus
Confidence Score:0.5483
Contents:>> ncRNA Information
>> Regulatory Relationship
>> Disease Information
>> Evidence Support
>> Reference

 

ncRNA Information

ncRNA Symbol:Trp53cor1
Full Name:tumor protein p53 pathway corepressor 1
Category:lncRNA
Species:Mus musculus
Synonyms:Gm16197//lincRNA-p21
Chromosome:17
Strand:-
Coordinate:
Start Site(bp):29057474End Site(bp):29078961
Gene Summary:N/A
External Links:
Ensembl ID:ENSMUSG00000085912
HGNC ID:N/A
Entrez Gene:100504267
VEGA ID:OTTMUSG00000031656
UCSC ID:N/A
ENA:N/A
RefSeq Accession:N/A
UniProtKB:N/A

 

Regulatory Relationship

mRNA targets:
Gene SymbolChromosomeStart Site(bp)End Site(bp)Strand
Kctd20
17
28951950
28969549
+
Stk38
17
28970885
29007945
-
Srsf3
17
29032673
29043366
+
Cdkn1a
17
29090979
29100722
+
Rab44
17
29135056
29148980
+
Cpne5
17
29156550
29237797
-
miRNA targets:N/A
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Disease Information

 Disease OntologyMeSH
Disease ID:D016159N/A
Disease Name:Tumor Suppressor Protein p53N/A
Category:MeSHN/A
Type:Amino Acids, Peptides, and ProteinsN/A
Define:Nuclear phosphoprotein encoded by the p53 gene (GENES, P53) whose normal function is to control CELL PROLIFERATION and APOPTOSIS. A mutant or absent p53 protein has been found in LEUKEMIA; OSTEOSARCOMA; LUNG CANCER; and COLORECTAL CANCER.N/A
Alias:Oncoprotein p53//TRP53 Protein//p53 Tumor Suppressor Protein//pp53 Phosphoprotein//Phosphoprotein, pp53//TP53 Protein//Cellular Tumor Antigen p53//p53 AntigenN/A

 

Evidence Support

Strong Evidence:N/A
Weak Evidence:Meta-analysis
Prediction Method:N/A

 

Reference

[1] PubMed ID:23791884
Disease Name:Tumor Suppressor Protein p53
Sample:N/A
Dysfunction Pattern:Expression [differentially expressed]
Validated Method:Meta-analysis
Description:Biogenesis,metabolism,and functions of lncRNAs are otherwise interconnected with known pathogenic mechanisms
Author:Shi X,Sun M,Liu H,Yao Y,Song Y
Year:2013
Title:Long non-coding RNAs: a new frontier in the study of human diseases.
Causality:No