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TUBB7P  -  tubulin, beta 7, pseudogene

Homo sapiens

 
 
 
 
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High impact information on TUBB4Q

  • TUBB4Q-related sequences were identified on multiple chromosomes [1].
  • Although the chromosome 4q35 tubulin-member probably represents a pseudogene, ectopic expression due to a postulated position effect variegation (PEV), makes TUBB4Q an ideal dominant-negative candidate gene for FSHD1 [1].
  • Identification of a novel beta-tubulin subfamily with one member (TUBB4Q) located near the telomere of chromosome region 4q35 [1].
  • The TUBB4Q nucleotide and protein sequence show 87% and 86% homology to beta2-tubulin, respectively [1].

References

  1. Identification of a novel beta-tubulin subfamily with one member (TUBB4Q) located near the telomere of chromosome region 4q35. van Geel, M., van Deutekom, J.C., van Staalduinen, A., Lemmers, R.J., Dickson, M.C., Hofker, M.H., Padberg, G.W., Hewitt, J.E., de Jong, P.J., Frants, R.R. Cytogenet. Cell Genet. (2000) [Pubmed]
 
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