Non-Mouse RefSeq Gene

Non-Mouse RefSeq Gene IFNGR1

RefSeq: NM_001284940.1   Status: Provisional
Description: Macaca fascicularis interferon gamma receptor 1 (IFNGR1), mRNA.
Organism: Macaca fascicularis
UCSC browser: NM_001284940 on Crab-eating macaque (macFas5)
Entrez Gene: 101866179
PubMed on Gene: IFNGR1
PubMed on Product: interferon gamma receptor 1 precursor

mRNA/Genomic Alignments

browser |   544   77.6%         10     ++  19597413  19609760          NM_001284940   119  1573  2071

Position: chr10:19597413-19609760
Band: 10qA3
Genomic Size: 12348
Strand: +
Gene Symbol: IFNGR1
CDS Start: not complete
CDS End: complete

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Data last updated at UCSC: 2020-08-17


This track shows known protein-coding and non-protein-coding genes for organisms other than mouse, taken from the NCBI RNA reference sequences collection (RefSeq). The data underlying this track are updated weekly.

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The RNAs were aligned against the mouse genome using blat; those with an alignment of less than 15% were discarded. At least 40 bases must be aligned to DNA that is not repeat masked. When a single RNA aligned in multiple places, the alignment having the highest base identity was identified. Only alignments having a base identity level within 1.0% of the best and at least 35% base identity with the genomic sequence were kept.


This track was produced at UCSC from RNA sequence data generated by scientists worldwide and curated by the NCBI RefSeq project.


Kent WJ. BLAT--the BLAST-like alignment tool. Genome Res. 2002 Apr;12(4):656-64. PMID: 11932250; PMC: PMC187518