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ATP6V1E2  -  ATPase, H+ transporting, lysosomal 31kDa,...

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: ATP6E1, ATP6EL2, ATP6V1EL2, MGC9341, V-ATPase subunit E 2, ...
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  • Northern blotting analysis demonstrated that ATP6E1 is specifically transcribed in testis as 1.1 kb and 2.2 kb mRNAs, whereas the previously reported ATP6E2 (E2) is expressed in all tissues tested [1].
  • ATP6E1 was mapped to approximately 2p16-p12 on chromosome 2, and has a simple genomic organization: a noncoding exon and a coding one for an E1 isoform separated by a 6.1 kb intron, with boundaries following the GT-AG rule [1].


  1. A human gene, ATP6E1, encoding a testis-specific isoform of H(+)-ATPase subunit E. Imai-Senga, Y., Sun-Wada, G.H., Wada, Y., Futai, M. Gene (2002) [Pubmed]
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