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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. 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||Cdyl||"chromodomain protein, Y chromosome-like"||NM_009881||12593||others||none||chr13||+||35061891||"all, "||Liver_Expression MIN6_Expression|
Computational prediction of functional CREs on promoters of mouse 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
Chrom/Strand/Pos: Chromosomal position of the TSS and the strand of
the transcript based on mm3 mouse genome assembly from the UCSC
Genome Bioinformatics Site.