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Schematic summary of GABAB1 isoforms.

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posted on 20.02.2013, 22:39 by Changhoon Lee, R. Dayne Mayfield, R. Adron Harris

A. Introns and exons of known and novel GABAB1 isoforms were compared. The numbers listed at the top are exon numbers of GABAB1a. Blocks represent exons, and lines are introns of the GABAB1 gene. Black lines and blocks are ORFs, and grey lines and blocks are UTRs. Double line is cDNA microarray probe, clone 300899, which aligns to the intron 4 of GABAB1a. Human GABAB1a, b, c, e, and rat GABAB1j are previously identified isoforms. After cloning, the following novel isoforms were found in human: GABAB1k, GABAB1l, GABAB1m, and GABAB1n. Human GABAB1j was predicted. Mouse GABAB1j and GABAB1k were also cloned. GABAB1k contains the 3′ part of intron 4 through exon 23. GABAB1l has additional splicing out of exon 15, and GABAB1m has similar splicing patterns as GABAB1l except for additional splicing out at 5′ part of exon 6. GABAB1n has an SNP on exon 8. B. ORFs of GABAB1 isoforms are shown with important functional domains. Black bars are previously known isoforms, and grey bars represent novel isoforms. Dotted lines stand for unique sequence of each isoform. GABAB1k contains GABA binding sites, seven transmembrane domains, a G-protein coupling region, and a C-terminal intracellular region. GABAB1l and GABAB1m do not have transmembrane domains, a G-protein coupling region, or C-terminal intracellular regions (same as GABAB1e). GABAB1m has a longer N-terminal than GABAB1l. GABAB1n contains only a partial GABA binding site.

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