Gene: Trpa1 (transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily A, member 1) Rattus norvegicus
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Symbol: Trpa1
Name: transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily A, member 1
Description: Exhibits osmolarity-sensing cation channel activity and voltage-gated calcium channel activity; involved in several processes, including calcium ion transmembrane import into cytosol, positive regulation of transport, and regulation of neurological system process; localizes to the apical plasma membrane and axon; used to study diabetic neuropathy; orthologous to human TRPA1 (transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily A member 1); INTERACTS WITH 4-hydroxynon-2-enal; aconitine; acrolein.
Type: protein-coding
RefSeq Status: PROVISIONAL
Also known as: ANKTM1; ankyrin-like with transmembrane domains protein 1; transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily A member 1
Orthologs:
Latest Assembly: Rnor_6.0 - RGSC Genome Assembly v6.0
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
Rnor_6.053,783,247 - 3,836,485 (+)NCBIRnor6.0Rnor_6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_5.053,764,339 - 3,818,781 (+)NCBIRnor5.0Rnor_5.0rn5Rnor5.0
RGSC_v3.453,531,163 - 3,584,401 (+)NCBIRGSC3.4rn4RGSC3.4
RGSC_v3.153,531,162 - 3,584,401 (+)NCBI
Celera53,971,809 - 4,024,939 (+)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map5q11NCBI
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CRRD Object Information
CRRD ID: 1303284
Created: 2004-12-03
Species: Rattus norvegicus
Last Modified: 2019-04-23
Status: ACTIVE



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