CLRN1-AS1

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CLRN1-AS1
Identifiers
Aliases CLRN1-AS1, CLRN1OS, UCRP, CLRN1-AS1, CLRN1 antisense RNA 1
External IDs GeneCards: CLRN1-AS1
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Species Human Mouse
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Location (UCSC) Chr 3: 150.85 – 151.08 Mb n/a
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In molecular biology, CLRN1 antisense RNA 1 (CLRN1-AS1) (previously known as clarin 1 opposite strand, CLRN1OS or USH critical region pseudogene, UCRP) is a human gene encoding a long non-coding RNA. It was originally identified in a screen to identify the genes responsible for Usher syndrome type 3 and presumed to be an unprocessed pseudogene.[2]

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  1. ^ "Human PubMed Reference:". 
  2. ^ Joensuu, T.; Hämäläinen, R.; Yuan, B.; Johnson, C.; Tegelberg, S.; Gasparini, P.; Zelante, L.; Pirvola, U.; Pakarinen, L.; Lehesjoki, A. E.; De La Chapelle, A.; Sankila, E. M. (2001). "Mutations in a Novel Gene with Transmembrane Domains Underlie Usher Syndrome Type 3". The American Journal of Human Genetics. 69 (4): 673–684. doi:10.1086/323610. PMC 1226054Freely accessible. PMID 11524702. 

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