ⓘ Proser1

                                     

ⓘ Proser1

PROSER1 is located on the negative reverse strand of chromosome 13 at position 13q13.3. It spans from 39.009.865 base pairs from the pter to 39.038.095 bp from the pter, with a size of 28.231 bases. PROSER1 has a total of 13 exons in its primary unspliced transcript mRNA of 5.185 bp. There are 2 isoforms of PROSER1, both within the 5.000 bp range.

Expressed sequence tag display PROSER1 expression shows that it has particularly high expression in the lymph, embryonic tissue, thymus, uterus, and sites. It has a moderate expression in the testes, larynx, nerves, blood, and adipose tissue sites. According to human protein Atlas, PROSER1 is a common expression in the cytoplasm and is expressed in all categories of RNA tissue.

                                     
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