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Gene: GABRQ (gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptor theta subunit) Homo sapiens
Symbol: GABRQ
Name: gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptor theta subunit
Description: The gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptor is a multisubunit chloride channel that mediates the fastest inhibitory synaptic transmission in the central nervous system. This gene encodes the theta subunit of the GABA A receptor. The gene is mapped to chromosome Xq28 in a cluster of genes including those that encode the alpha 3 and epsilon subunits of the GABA A receptor. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2017]
Type: protein-coding
RefSeq Status: REVIEWED
Also known as: GABA(A) receptor subunit theta; GABA(A) receptor, theta; GABA-A receptor theta subunit; gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) A receptor, theta; gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptor, theta; gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor subunit theta; MGC129629; MGC129630; THETA
Allele / Splice: See ClinVar data
Latest Assembly: GRCh38 - Human Genome Assembly GRCh38
Human AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
GRCh38X152,637,895 - 152,659,828 (+)NCBIGRCh38GRCh38hg38GRCh38
GRCh37X151,806,637 - 151,821,825 (+)NCBIGRCh37GRCh37hg19GRCh37
Build 36X151,557,293 - 151,572,481 (+)NCBINCBI36hg18NCBI36
Build 34X151,477,204 - 151,492,393NCBI
CeleraX152,051,839 - 152,067,018 (+)NCBI
Cytogenetic MapXq28NCBI
HuRefX140,659,584 - 140,674,760 (+)NCBIHuRef
CHM1_1X151,681,317 - 151,696,496 (+)NCBICHM1_1
JBrowse: View Region in Genome Browser (JBrowse)

References - curated
References - uncurated


Comparative Map Data
Position Markers
miRNA Target Status


Nucleotide Sequences
Protein Sequences
Clinical Variants

Additional Information

External Database Links
Nomenclature History
More on GABRQ
Alliance Gene
Ensembl Gene
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HGNC Report
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CRRD Object Information
CRRD ID: 731793
Created: 2004-01-12
Species: Homo sapiens
Last Modified: 2019-07-09
Status: ACTIVE


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