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Cancer Res, 1999 Jun 15, 59(12), 2995-3002. PubMed
BAX [BAX]L22473.G8.114G8cMNR41.537.324.054.8
CASP5 [CASP5]U28015.A10.179A10cMNR47.638.611.490.5
MSH3 [MSH3]J04810.A8.1202A8cMNR42.038.919.453.1
MSH6 [MSH6]GTBPU54777.C8.3324C8cMNR23.927.215.837.0
SYCP1 [SYCP1]SCP1PRTX95654.A10.2986A10cMNR20.
TGFBR2 [BATRII]TGFB2RM85079.A10.709A10cMNR73.864.514.585.4

9 MNR(s)

Complete tract list of reference SCHWARTZS1999 (latest): The table shows the gene name, alternative gene names (if available), the tract name (accession number, nucleotide, length, position), the tract type (nucleotide and length), the reported tract length (if it was differing from the current annotated length), the type of tract by annotation (coding: cMNR, untranslated: uMNR5/uMNR3, intronic: iMNR, mixed: xMNR, a question mark tags MNRs with unclear annotation), and finally the mutation frequencies of all investigated entities (CRC% for colorectal, GC% for gastric, EC% for endometrial, a.s.o.). Mutation frequencies with greenish background represent significantly elevated ones and such with reddish significantly reduced mutation frequencies, respectively.
You can choose the tract name to get detail information for the respective tract (sequence surrounding the tract, primer system for fragment analysis, detail mutational status of MSI-H colorectal cancer cell lines, and crosslinks to Ensembl, EntrezGene, a. o.). You also can pick the mutation frequency of each entity column to get to the respective position of the complete tract list of this entity (loading can take a while).

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