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TGIF1
TGFB induced factor homeobox 1

The human orthologue of this gene is associated
with the following human disease:
Gene
Official SymbolTGIF1
Official Full NameTGFB induced factor homeobox 1
CGNC ID49758
also known asTGIF, homeobox protein AKR|TGFB-induced factor (TALE family homeobox)|avian knotted-related protein|homeodomain protein AKR
gene typeprotein-coding
Genomic Map
 Ensembl
NCBI
UCSC
Gallus-Browse
Sequence Information
Genomic
RNANM_205379
PolypeptideNP_990710
Sequence Clusters/ESTsUnigene
Gene Expression
In Situ HybridizationGEISHA
EST ProfileGga.768
Orthology
Entrez GeneEnsembl GeneGenetic PhenotypesMOD
Fruit Fly
Human7050ENSG00000177426MIM:142946MIM:602630
Mouse21815ENSMUSG00000047407All phenotypic alleles (8):Targeted, knock-out(4) Targeted, other(4) MGI:1194497
Xenopus395014, 380112853020
Zebrafish321756ENSDARG00000059337ZDB-GENE-030131-475ZFIN:ZDB-GENE-030131-475
Gene Ontology
Molecular FunctionDNA binding, sequence-specific DNA binding, sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activity
Biological Processnegative regulation of transcription, DNA-templated, transcription, DNA-templated
Cellular Componentnucleus
Links to other databases
Entrez Gene396339
Ensembl GeneENSGALG00000014795
KEGGgga:396339
No expression data available.
 Data from NCBI Unigene EST Profile
Unigene ID: Gga.768

Mouse

EmageMGI:1194497
EurexpressMGI:1194497
MGI GXDMGI:1194497

Frog

Xenbase853020

Fruit Fly

BDGP

Zebra Finch

ZEBrA

Zebrafish

ZFINZDB-GENE-030131-475
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