Knowledgebase for Addiction-Related Genes
KARG (Knowledgebase for Addiction Related
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For each addiction related gene, evidences from various strategies have been listed in detail. In addition, each gene were further annotated with various online databases including basic information, gene ontology annotation, protein interaction and domain information.
Basic Information Gene ID: 2171 Official Symbol: FABP5 Other Aliases: E-FABP|EFABP|PA-FABP|PAFABP See related: HGNC:3560|MIM:605168|HPRD:05524 Chromosome: 8 Location: 8q21.13 Gene Description: fatty acid binding protein 5 (psoriasis-associated) Gene type: protein-coding Gene Structure: Genomic Context:
KARG Evidence 1 KARG ID: EVIC0211 ORGANISM: human Entrez Gene ID: 2171 Evidence Type: Mapping from mouse Evidence ID Type: Entrez Gene Evidence ID: 16592 Addiction Drug: Addiction Drug Detail: Addiction Brain Area: Drug Effects: Fold Change:
Mapped Allen Brain Atlas (Click to check expression images in Allan Brain Atlas) Mouse Entrez Gene ID Brain Region Brain Region Detail Expression Level Expression Density
Gene Ontology Gene ID GO ID Evidence GO Type GO Description 2171 GO:0005504 TAS Function fatty acid binding 2171 GO:0005737 TAS Component cytoplasm 2171 GO:0006629 TAS Process lipid metabolism 2171 GO:0006810 IEA Process transport 2171 GO:0008544 TAS Process epidermis development
Interaction Information Gene Product ID Interactant Gene ID Interactant Gene Product ID Interactant Gene Product Name Source Source ID NP_001435.1 6278 NP_002954.1 S100 calcium-binding protein A7 HPRD 05524 NP_001435.1 6278 NP_002954.1 S100 calcium-binding protein A7 HPRD 02645 NP_001435.1 6278 NP_002954.1 S100 calcium-binding protein A7 BIND 19163
Domain Information Gene ID Uniprot/Swissprot ID Uniprot/Swissprot ACC Interpro ID Interpro Short Description Interpro Long Description 2171 FABPE_HUMAN Q01469 IPR000463 Fatty_acid_bd Cytosolic fatty-acid binding 2171 FABPE_HUMAN Q01469 IPR000566 Lipocln_cytFABP Lipocalin-related protein and Bos/Can/Equ allergen
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