General information about the entry
Entry name MM_IGKM
Entry type standard
Promoter type single
Accession number EP11154
Description of the gene Immunoglobulin kappa mineral oil-induced plasmacytoma 41
Creation date ??-APR-1987 (Rel. 11)
Last annotation 07-SEP-2007 (Rel. 92)
Taxonomic division VRT
Organism Mus musculus (house mouse)
Keywords Immunoglobulin V region.
Similarities with other entries
Homology group Homology group 57; Mammalian Ig kappa chains subgroup 2
Alternative promoter none.
Neighbouring promoter(s) none.
Cross References
GENOME NT_039353.7 [-20312913, 71611481]
DNA References V00808.1 [-94, 591] ENA GenBank DDBJ
V00804.1 [-94, 570] ENA GenBank DDBJ
AH003507.2 [-93, 1045] ENA GenBank DDBJ
AF003293.1 [-73, 497] ENA GenBank DDBJ
[1] MEDLINE=6409419
Queen C., Baltimore D.
"Immunoglobulin gene transcription is activated by downstream sequence elements"
Cell 33:741-748(1983).
[2] MEDLINE=2998757
Picard D., Schaffner W.
"Cell-type preference of immunoglobulin kappa and lambda gene promoters."
EMBO J. 4:2831-2838(1985).
[3] MEDLINE=6329700
Bodary S.C., Mach B.
"Origin of transcription of a mouse immunoglobulin light chain gene"
EMBO J. 1:719-724(1982).
[4] MEDLINE=3123313
Einat P., Bergman Y., Yaffe D., Shani M.
"Expression in transgenic mice of two genes of different tissue specificity integrated into a single chromosomal site [published erratum appears in Genes Dev 1988 Apr2(4):490].";
Genes Dev. 1:1075-1084(1987).
Promoter-specific information
Sequence gcatcgccttggggacttctttatataacagtcaaacatatcctgtgccATTGTCATTGC
Method(s) Nuclease protection with homologous sequence ladder; transfected or transformed cells [1]
Nuclease protection; transgenic organisms [4]
Nuclease protection with homologous sequence ladder; experiments performed with closely related gene [3].
Taxonomy 6. Vertebrate promoters
6.1. Chromosomal genes
6.1.6. Proteins related to stress or pathogen defense Immunoglobulin Superfamily Immunoglobulins Immunoglobulin light kappa chains
Supplementary information Expression/Regulation: B-lymphocytes;+antigen
5-prime end distribution
No 5' end distribution available

Last update Apr. 2014