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KARG (Knowledgebase for Addiction Related Genes) >> Gene Entry 
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:56660
Official Symbol:KCNK12
Other Aliases:THIK-2|THIK2
See related:HGNC:6274|MIM:607366|HPRD:09562
Gene Description:potassium channel, subfamily K, member 12
Gene type:protein-coding
Gene Structure:
Genomic Context:
KARG Evidence 1
Entrez Gene ID:56660
Evidence Type:Mapping from rat
Evidence ID Type:Entrez Gene
Evidence ID:64119
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 IDBrain RegionBrain Region DetailExpression LevelExpression Density
Gene Ontology
Gene IDGO IDEvidenceGO TypeGO Description
56660GO:0005244IEAFunctionvoltage-gated ion channel activity
56660GO:0005267IEAFunctionpotassium channel activity
56660GO:0006811IEAProcession transport
56660GO:0006813IEAProcesspotassium ion transport
56660GO:0016021IEAComponentintegral to membrane
56660GO:0030955IEAFunctionpotassium ion binding
Interaction Information
Gene Product IDInteractant Gene IDInteractant Gene Product IDInteractant Gene Product NameSourceSource ID
Domain Information
Gene IDUniprot/Swissprot IDUniprot/Swissprot ACCInterpro IDInterpro Short DescriptionInterpro Long Description
56660KCNKC_HUMANQ9HB15IPR004064EDG6_rcptEDG-6 sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor
56660KCNKC_HUMANQ9HB15IPR013099Ion_trans_2_bacIon transport 2, bacterial
56660KCNKC_HUMANQ9HB15IPR001622K+channel_poreK+ channel, pore region
56660KCNKC_HUMANQ9HB15IPR003280K+channel_2poreK+ channel, two pore
56660KCNKC_HUMANQ9HB15IPR003092TASK_channelPotassium channel TASK
56660KCNKC_HUMANQ9HB15IPR005410THIK_channelTHIK K+ channel

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