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Apolipoprotein C-I
Protein APOC1 PDB 1ioj.png
Gambar rajah PDB berdasarkan 1ioj.
Struktur sedia ada: 1ioj, 1opp
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Simbol APOC1;
ID luar OMIM107710 MGI88053 HomoloGene1244
Ortolog
Manusia Tikus
Entrez 341 11812
Ensembl ENSG00000130208 ENSMUSG00000040564
Uniprot P02654 P34928
Refseq NM_001645 (mRNA)
NP_001636 (protein)
NM_007469 (mRNA)
NP_031495 (protein)
Lokasi Chr 19: 50.11 - 50.11 Mb Chr 7: 18.85 - 18.85 Mb
Gelintaran Pubmed [1] [2]


Apolipoprotein C-I, juga dikenali sebagai APOC1, ialah gen manusia.

Protein yang dikod oleh gen ini ialah ahli famili apolipoprotein C1. Gen ini dinyatakan terutamanya di dalam hati dan diaktifkan apabila monosit dibezakan menjadi makrofaj. Satu pseudogen bagi gen ini terletak 4 kb ke hilir pada orientasi yang sama di dalam kromosom yang sama. Gen ini dipetakan pada kromosom 19 and menghuni di dalam kelompok gen apoliprotein. Varian-varian transkrip bersambat telah dijumpai untuk gen ini, tetapi kesahan biologi bagi sesetengah varian masih tidak dapat ditentukan.[1]

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