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Tip: This table lists computational prediction of CREB binding sites (CREs). To quickly search the same gene in another data set (e.g. ChIP-chip, cAMP induced genes in tissues), click the links from the last column. The locuslink number will be used as query.
|No||Symbol||Gene Name||Accession||LocusLink||Alias Symbols||CRE Prediction||CRE Flag||Full Site||Half Site||Conserved CRE||CREcluster||pHMM+Pos||Chrom||Strand||Pos||Note||Link|
|1||TCTEL1||t-complex-associated-testis-expressed 1-like 1||NM_006519||6993||CW-1;tctex-1||others||ht h||ht_487 h_-363 ht_-786||chr6||-||158975026||"all, "||HEK293T_Expression Human_ChIP_chip Pancreatic_Islet_Expression|
Computational prediction of functional CREs on promoters of human RefSeq genes.
The names for most columns are self-explanatory; Details about columns for computational results are listed below:
CRE Prediction: Genes with predicted functional CRE by any of the three methods (conserved CRE, CRE cluster, or positional conserved pHMM hits) are chosen and further separated into two groups, CRE_TATA and CRE_NoTATA based on the presence of TATA boxes. The rest of the genes are simply labeled as "others". When a gene (defined as unique LocusLink number) has multiple entries (GenBank Accession numbers) due to different splicing forms, the best prediction for CRE is chosen