Table 1

Identities of thalamic axonal mRNAs.

ENSEMBL ID

MGI gene symbol (Full name)

Location of recovered clone within gene.


ENSMUSG00000000751

Rpa1 (replication protein A1)

Exon 5'UTR



ENSMUSG00000039643

Npm1 (Nucleophosmin 1)

Exon ORF


ENSMUSG00000004032

Gstm5 (glutathione S-transferase, Mu 5)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000021643

Serf1 (small EDRK-rich factor 1)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000028248

Sfrs 18 (serine/arginine-rich splicing factor 18)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000003660

Snrnp200 (small nuclear ribonucleoprotein 200 kDa (U5))

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000005312

Ubqln1 (Ubiquilin 1)

Exon 5'UTR


ENSMUSG00000005873

Reep5 (receptor expression- enhancing protein 5)

Exon 5'UTR


ENSMUSG00000006932

Ctnnb1 (β-catenin)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000008859

Rala (v-ral simian leukemia viral oncogene homolog A)

Exon ORF


ENSMUSG00000027220

Syt13 (Synaptotagmin 13)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000028961

Pgd (6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase)

Exon 5'UTR


ENSMUSG00000029580

Actb (β-actin)

Exon 5'UTR


ENSMUSG00000030744

Rps3 (Ribosomal protein S3)

Exon 5'UTR


ENSMUSG00000036693

Nop14 (NOP14 nucleolar protein homolog (yeast))

Exon ORF


ENSMUSG00000038871

Bgpm (2,3-bisphosphoglycerate mutase)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000040225

Bat2l2 (HLA-B associated transcript 2-like 2)

Exon ORF


ENSMUSG00000048120

Entpd1 (ectonucleoside triphosphate diphosphohydrolase 1)

Exon 3'UTR


ENSMUSG00000021087

Rtn1 (Reticulon 1)

Intron 1-2/7 (12989 bp)


ENSMUSG00000024109

Nrxn1 (Neurexin 1α)

Intron 9-10/17 (23196 bp)


ENSMUSG00000031536

PolB (DNA polymeraseβ)

Intron 10-11/14 (2779 bp)


ENSMUSG00000025609

Mkln1 (muskelin 1),

Intron 12-13/18 (11278 bp)


ENSMUSG00000027840

Wnt2b

Intron 4-5/5 (3807 bp)


ENSMUSG00000035394

Ccdc11 (Coiled-coil domain containing 11)

Intron 7-8/9 (27462 bp)


ENSEMBL identifier, MGI gene symbol and common name or description are given for each mRNA along with whether the sequence recovered from the thalamic axon cDNA library mapped to an exon [broken down into 5' or 3' untranslated region (UTR) or open reading frame (ORF)] or an intron [identified by the flanking exons/total number of exons in that gene and the intron size].

Pratt et al. BMC Neuroscience 2012 13:20   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-13-20

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