Number of germline genes and potential repertoire: Human TRAV at 14q11.2

Print of this table: Scaviner, D. and Lefranc, M.-P., Exp. Clin. Immunogenet., 17, 83-96 (2000). PMID:10810225
UPDATE: 23/07/2003

IMGT TRAV subgroups are according to Boysen, C. et al., unpublished.
For correspondence between nomenclatures, click here

Among the TRAV genes are included 5 genes designated as TRAV/DV which belong to 5 different subgroups and which have been found rearranged either to TRAJ or TRDD segments and can therefore be used in the synthesis of alpha or delta chains.

SubgroupFunctionalORFPseudogeneTotal
TRAV12--2
TRAV21--1
TRAV3(1)*-(1)*1
TRAV41--1
TRAV51--1
TRAV61--1
TRAV71--1
TRAV85-38
TRAV92--2
TRAV101--1
TRAV11--22
TRAV123--3
TRAV132--2
TRAV14/DV41-12
TRAV15--11
TRAV161--1
TRAV171--1
TRAV181--1
TRAV191--1
TRAV201--1
TRAV211--1
TRAV221--1
TRAV23/DV61--1
TRAV241--1
TRAV251--1
TRAV262--2
TRAV271--1
TRAV28--11
TRAV29/DV5(1)*-(1)*1
TRAV301--1
TRAV31--11
TRAV32--11
TRAV33--11
TRAV341--1
TRAV35(1)*-(1)*1
TRAV36/DV71--1
TRAV37--11
TRAV38/DV8 (1)2--2
TRAV391--1
TRAV401--1
TRAV411--1
TRAV46--11
TRAVA--11
TRAVB--11
TRAVC--11
Total42(+3)*-16(+3)*61

* FUNCTIONAL or PSEUDOGENE (TRAV3, TRAV29/DV5 and TRAV35)

IMGT note:
(1) Only the TRAV38-2 gene has so far been found rearranged to TRDD segments.

More information:
Gene table: human (Homo sapiens) TRAV
Gene table: human (Homo sapiens) TRAJ
Gene table: human (Homo sapiens) TRAC
Potential germline repertoire: human (Homo sapiens) TRDV genes on chromosome 14


Created: 04/08/1999
Last updated: Monday, 20-Jan-2020 21:02:15 CET
Author: Dominique Scaviner and Viviane Nguefack Ngoune