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Gene: F46F11.2   

F46F11.2SMapS_parentSequenceF46F11
ChromosomeI
Identity (5)
Gene_info Gene_classcey
Alleleok902 Inferred_automaticallyFrom strain object: RB988
Phenotype[C.elegansII] NMK. Encodes predicted Y box protein.Maternal RNA maintained in germ line,lost in soma. [Seydoux and Fire 1994; PD]
StrainRB988
GO_term GO:0003676 IEA Inferred_automatically
GO:0003677 IEA Inferred_automatically
GO:0006355 IEA Inferred_automatically
Contained_in_operonCEOP1268
Structured_description Provisional_description cey-2 encodes a cold-shock/Y-box domain-containing protein; by homology, CEY-2 is predicted to function as either an RNA-binding protein involved in translation or RNA processing, or a DNA-binding protein involved in transcriptional regulation; cey-2 mRNA is expressed maternally in the early embryo, in a pattern characteristic of class II maternal RNAs, which are initially detected throughout the embryo but restricted to the P, or germline, lineage as cell division progresses; as loss of cey-2 activity via large-scale RNAi screens does not result in any obvious abnormalities, the precise role of cey-2 in C. elegans development and/or behavior is not yet known. Paper_evidence WBPaper00002044
WBPaper00004424
Person_evidenceWBPerson1843
Curator_confirmedWBPerson1843
Date_last_updated17 Jun 2004 00:00:00
CEY-2 is predicted to be mitochondrial by phylogenetic profiling.
Concise_descriptioncey-2 encodes a cold-shock/Y-box domain-containing protein; by homology, CEY-2 is predicted to function as either an RNA-binding protein involved in translation or RNA processing, or a DNA-binding protein involved in transcriptional regulation; cey-2 mRNA is expressed maternally in the early embryo, in a pattern characteristic of class II maternal RNAs, which are initially detected throughout the embryo but restricted to the P, or germline, lineage as cell division progresses; as loss of cey-2 activity via large-scale RNAi screens does not result in any obvious abnormalities, the precise role of cey-2 in C. elegans development and/or behavior is not yet known.
Molecular_info (5)
Experimental_info RNAi_result Cenix:86-a5
JA:F46F11.2
WB_RNAi_result JA:F46F11.2
JN:yk600f10
MV_SV:mv_F46F11.2
Cenix:86-a5
Expr_patternExpr564
Y2H_target Y2H007370
Y2H009149
Y2H010276
Y2H010873
Reference (12)
RemarkMap position created from combination of previous interpolated map position (based on known location of sequence) and allele information. Therefore this is not a genetic map position based on recombination frequencies or genetic experiments. This was done on advice of the CGC.CGC_data_submission
MethodGene