16p11.2 distal deletion syndrome (Homo sapiens)

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6102597893414function suspected in mitochondriainvolved in disease syndromes, such as sensorineural deafness, diabetes, and retinopathyRNA geneunknown functionChromosome 16:28,740,000 - 28,950,000 bpC3TUFMJAK2RABGEF1Hedgehog signaling pathwayB Cell Receptor signaling pathwayCD82KDRCD81SDCCAG8CD19/CD21 complexRAB4ARAB5ACD19GRB2GRB2Insulin signalinghsa-mir-4721VAV2MPLATP2A1Primary cilium developmentVEGF signalingGrowth hormone signalingATXN2LATP2A1-AS1SH2B1CR2RABEP2INSRIFITM1NPIPB91CD19RABEP291010


Description

16p11.2 distal deletion syndrome is a rare genetic disorder (copy number variation) caused by a deletion on chromosome 16 in the range 28.74-28.95-Mb.

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111260view15:35, 27 July 2020FehrhartOntology Term : 'genetic disease' added !
111259view15:35, 27 July 2020FehrhartOntology Term : 'disease pathway' added !
111258view15:35, 27 July 2020FehrhartOntology Term : 'chromosome 16p11.2 deletion syndrome, 220kb' added !
111254view15:33, 27 July 2020FehrhartModified description
111252view15:28, 27 July 2020FehrhartNew pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
ATP2A1-AS1GeneProductENSG00000260442 (Ensembl)
ATP2A1GeneProductENSG00000196296 (Ensembl)
ATXN2LGeneProductENSG00000168488 (Ensembl)
B Cell Receptor signaling pathwayPathwayWP23 (WikiPathways)
C3GeneProductENSG00000125730 (Ensembl)
CD19/CD21 complexComplex
CD19GeneProductENSG00000177455 (Ensembl)
CD81GeneProductENSG00000110651 (Ensembl) also known as TAPA-1 or Tspan-28
CD82GeneProductENSG00000085117 (Ensembl)
CR2GeneProductENSG00000117322 (Ensembl) also known as CD21
GRB2GeneProductENSG00000177885 (Ensembl)
Growth hormone signalingPathwayWP2657 (WikiPathways)
Hedgehog signaling pathwayPathwayWP4249 (WikiPathways)
IFITM1GeneProductENSG00000185885 (Ensembl) also known as CD225
INSRGeneProductENSG00000171105 (Ensembl)
Insulin signalingPathwayWP481 (WikiPathways)
JAK2GeneProductENSG00000096968 (Ensembl)
KDRGeneProductENSG00000128052 (Ensembl) VEGFR2
MPLGeneProductENSG00000117400 (Ensembl)
NPIPB9GeneProductENSG00000196993 (Ensembl)
Primary cilium developmentPathwayWP4536 (WikiPathways)
RAB4AGeneProductENSG00000168118 (Ensembl)
RAB5AGeneProductENSG00000144566 (Ensembl)
RABEP2GeneProductENSG00000177548 (Ensembl)
RABGEF1GeneProductENSG00000154710 (Ensembl)
SDCCAG8GeneProductENSG00000054282 (Ensembl)
SH2B1GeneProductENSG00000178188 (Ensembl)
TUFMGeneProductENSG00000178952 (Ensembl)
VAV2GeneProductENSG00000160293 (Ensembl)
VEGF signalingPathwayWP1919 (WikiPathways)
hsa-mir-4721GeneProductMI0017356 (miRBase Sequence)

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