GLUnr1hosa  human glutamate receptor NMDAR1 subunit

Organism Homo sapiens
Date of entry creation: 22/JUN/2000 Date of last modification: 22/AUG/2001
Accession codes for other databases DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank: A38680
DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank: D13515
DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank: L05666
DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank: L13266-8
DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank: U08107
  • Masu,M. Direct Submission to DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank (28-OCT-1992) Masayuki Masu, Kyoto University Faculty of Medicine, Institute for Immunology; Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 606, Japan (Tel:75-753-4407, Fax:75-753-4404).
  • Foldes,R.L., Rampersad,V. and Kamboj,R.K. Cloning and sequence analysis of cDNAs encoding human hippocampus N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunits: evidence for alternative RNA splicing. Gene 131, 293-298 (1993).
  • Karp,S.J., Masu,M., Eki,T., Ozawa,K. and Nakanishi,S. Molecular cloning and chromosomal localization of the key subunit of the human N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor. J. Biol. Chem. 268 (5), 3728-3733 (1993).
  • Planells-Cases,R., Sun,W., Ferrer-Montiel,A.V. and Montal,M. Molecular cloning, functional expression, and pharmacological characterization of an N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunit from human brain. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 90 (11), 5057-5061 (1993).
  • Foldes,R.L., Rampersad,V. and Kamboj,R.K. Cloning and sequence analysis of additional splice variants encoding human N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (hNR1) subunits. Gene 147 (2), 303-304 (1994).
  • Foldes,R.L. Direct Submission to DDBJ|EMBL|Genbank (29-MAR-1994) Robert L. Foldes, Allelix Biopharmaceuticals Inc., 6850 Goreway Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L4V 1V7, Canada
  • Le,B.B., Myers,J.A. and Whiting,P.J. Patent: WO 9411501-A 1 26-MAY-1994; MERCK SHARP & DOHME (GB).
General notes
initially provided by Wladimir Saudek
transcript Note: fusion between the first 3044 bp of D13515 and the last 1237 bp of L13268
FASTA: EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-1a.cem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-1a.cgb
transcript Note: L13267
FASTA: EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-2a.cem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-2a.cgb
transcript Note: U08107
FASTA: EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-4b.cem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-4b.cgb
transcript Note: L13266 is much longer and presented here. L05666 and L13266 present 5 mismatches (which however do not affect the protein). They were deciphered by comparison with the rat sequence.
FASTA: EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-4a.cem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-4a.cgb
transcript Note: A38680
FASTA: EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-Xa.cem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-Xa.cgb
FASTA: GLUnr1hosa-Xa.pfa EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-Xa.pem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-Xa.pgb
FASTA: GLUnr1hosa-4b.pfa EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-4b.pem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-4b.pgb
FASTA: GLUnr1hosa-4a.pfa EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-4a.pem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-4a.pgb
FASTA: GLUnr1hosa-2a.pfa EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-2a.pem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-2a.pgb
FASTA: GLUnr1hosa-1a.pfa EMBL: GLUnr1hosa-1a.pem Genbank: GLUnr1hosa-1a.pgb
Phylogenetic analyses
All the information under the LGICdb format (the file is unparsable by HTML browsers. You can visualize it with the "View Source" tool of your browser.)


Nicolas Le Novère and Jean-Pierre Changeux (1999). The Ligand-Gated Ion Channel database. Nucleic Acid Research, 27 : 340-342
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Last modification: Mon Jun 25 12:43:55 2007 GMT | Nicolas Le Novère