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Citing this page:Martinez-Jean, C. et al., Exp. Clin. Immunogenet., 18, 255-279 (2001) PMID: 11872956 pdf

"+" or "-" indicates if the gene sequences have been found (+) or not been found (-) transcribed (T) and/or translated into protein (Pr). Arbitrarily that information is shown on the first line of each gene when the data have been confirmed by several studies.

Functionality is shown between parentheses, (F) and (P), when the accession number refers to rearranged genomic DNA or cDNA and the corresponding germline gene has not yet been isolated.
Functionality is shown between brackets, [F] and [P], when the accession number refers to genomic DNA, but not known as being germline or rearranged.

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IMGT gene name IMGT allele name Fct Chromosomal localization T Pr Positions in the locus IMGT/LIGM-DB reference sequences IMGT/LIGM-DB sequences from the literature
Strain Clone names Exons Accession numbers Positions in the sequence Secondary accession numbers Strain Clone names Accession numbers Positions in the sequence
IGKC IGKC*01 F 6 (30.0 cM) C57BL/6J IMGT000068 MAP 3180800..3181122 V00777 [3]
BALB/c V01569 [5]
A/J X67003 [6]
CE X67004 [6] (3)
CBA X67005 [6] (3)
RIII X67006 [6] (4)
C57BL/10 X67007 [6] (5)
NZB X67010 [6] (8)
DBA/2 X67012 [6] (3)
V00806 [1] (1)
V00807 [2]
IGKC*02 F 6 (30.0 cM) AKR X67002 [6] (2) C58 X67008 [6] (6)
PL X67009 [6] (7)
IGKC*03 F 6 (30.0 cM) SJL X67011 [6] (9)
IMGT notes:
  1. (1) Partial C-REGION.
  2. (2) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. a78, t153, g229, c305 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  3. (3) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. a75, t150, g226, c302, g378 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  4. (4) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. a74, a150, a226, t302, a378 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  5. (5) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. g75, c152, a227, t303 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  6. (6) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. a75, a152, a227, c303 are missing in EMBL flat file and nucleotides 170 to 172 are unresolved (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  7. (7) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. t74, g150, c226, a302 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  8. (8) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. a74, a149, a226, t302, a378 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
  9. (9) The sequence described in the manuscript is different from the one submitted to the EMBL data library. We refer to the sequence published in the original manuscript. a75, t150, g226, c302 are missing in EMBL flat file (Position numbering according to the present EMBL sequence).
IMGT references:
  1. [1] Seidman J.G. et al., Nature, 280, 370-375 (1979). PMID:111146
  2. [2] Hieter P.A. et al., Cell, 22, 197-207 (1980). PMID:6775818
  3. [3] Max E.E. et al., J. Biol. Chem., 256, 5116-5120 (1981). PMID:6262318
  4. [4] Jouvin-Marche E. et al., Mol. Biol. Evol., 5, 500-511 (1988). PMID:3143045
  5. [5] van der Loo W. et al., Genetics, 132, 1105-1117 (1992). PMID:1459431
  6. [6] Solin M.L. and Kaartinen M., Immunogenetics, 37, 401-407 (1993). PMID:8436414
Created:
18/10/2001
Last updated:
18/01/2022
Authors:
Ariadni Papadaki, Géraldine Folch