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Gene: Ap4s1 (adaptor related protein complex 4 subunit sigma 1) Rattus norvegicus
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Symbol: Ap4s1
Name: adaptor related protein complex 4 subunit sigma 1
Description: Predicted to be involved in vesicle-mediated transport. Predicted to localize to the AP-4 adaptor complex and intracellular membrane-bounded organelle. Human ortholog(s) of this gene implicated in hereditary spastic paraplegia 52. Orthologous to human AP4S1 (adaptor related protein complex 4 subunit sigma 1); INTERACTS WITH bisphenol A; cadmium dichloride; p-toluidine.
Type: protein-coding
RefSeq Status: VALIDATED
Also known as: adaptor-related protein complex 4, sigma 1 subunit; adaptor-related protein complex AP-4, sigma 1; AP-4 complex subunit sigma-1; LOC366618; MGC187750
Orthologs:
Latest Assembly: Rnor_6.0 - RGSC Genome Assembly v6.0
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
Rnor_6.0672,461,977 - 72,502,717 (+)NCBIRnor6.0Rnor_6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_5.0682,026,136 - 82,066,642 (+)NCBIRnor5.0Rnor_5.0rn5Rnor5.0
RGSC_v3.4671,794,606 - 71,835,640 (+)NCBIRGSC3.4rn4RGSC3.4
RGSC_v3.1671,819,503 - 71,838,512 (+)NCBI
Celera668,009,030 - 68,050,287 (+)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map6q23NCBI
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CRRD Object Information
CRRD ID: 1311990
Created: 2005-01-12
Species: Rattus norvegicus
Last Modified: 2019-08-20
Status: ACTIVE



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