Gene: SNHG1

Basic information

LNCipedia gene ID: SNHG1 ?
Location (hg38): chr11:62851874-62856011
Strand: -
Transcripts: 64

Transcripts

Transcript IDLocation (hg38)Length
SNHG1:1 chr11:62851938-62856011 3284 bp
SNHG1:10 chr11:62851988-62855867 1487 bp
SNHG1:11 chr11:62854080-62855812 996 bp
SNHG1:12 chr11:62854682-62855758 870 bp
SNHG1:13 chr11:62851988-62855746 1374 bp
SNHG1:14 chr11:62852290-62855488 748 bp
SNHG1:15 chr11:62854442-62855488 646 bp
SNHG1:16 chr11:62852297-62855488 588 bp
SNHG1:17 chr11:62854680-62855488 594 bp
SNHG1:18 chr11:62852252-62855488 754 bp
SNHG1:19 chr11:62854368-62855488 578 bp
SNHG1:2 chr11:62852258-62855914 780 bp
SNHG1:20 chr11:62852832-62855488 636 bp
SNHG1:21 chr11:62853073-62855488 784 bp
SNHG1:22 chr11:62853354-62855488 550 bp
SNHG1:23 chr11:62853547-62855479 532 bp
SNHG1:24 chr11:62852609-62855467 347 bp
SNHG1:25 chr11:62851989-62855466 2001 bp
SNHG1:26 chr11:62852749-62855460 610 bp
SNHG1:27 chr11:62851991-62855460 1038 bp
SNHG1:28 chr11:62851988-62855236 1071 bp
SNHG1:29 chr11:62852020-62855236 955 bp
SNHG1:3 chr11:62851988-62855888 1118 bp
SNHG1:30 chr11:62853573-62855174 240 bp
SNHG1:31 chr11:62853072-62854342 625 bp
SNHG1:32 chr11:62852048-62853696 849 bp
SNHG1:33 chr11:62851874-62855885 2740 bp
SNHG1:34 chr11:62851874-62855885 2463 bp
SNHG1:35 chr11:62851986-62855885 1066 bp
SNHG1:36 chr11:62851988-62855885 633 bp
SNHG1:37 chr11:62851988-62855885 1505 bp
SNHG1:38 chr11:62851988-62855885 1513 bp
SNHG1:39 chr11:62852258-62855885 751 bp
SNHG1:4 chr11:62851989-62855885 2768 bp
SNHG1:40 chr11:62854682-62855885 997 bp
SNHG1:41 chr11:62855568-62855885 318 bp
SNHG1:42 chr11:62851874-62855885 3253 bp
SNHG1:43 chr11:62851874-62855885 2503 bp
SNHG1:44 chr11:62851989-62855885 2768 bp
SNHG1:45 chr11:62854080-62855885 1069 bp
SNHG1:46 chr11:62852297-62855473 573 bp
SNHG1:47 chr11:62851988-62855473 1308 bp
SNHG1:48 chr11:62851991-62855473 1051 bp
SNHG1:49 chr11:62852020-62855473 1192 bp
SNHG1:5 chr11:62851988-62855881 629 bp
SNHG1:50 chr11:62852252-62855473 739 bp
SNHG1:51 chr11:62852290-62855473 733 bp
SNHG1:52 chr11:62852609-62855473 353 bp
SNHG1:53 chr11:62852749-62855473 623 bp
SNHG1:54 chr11:62852832-62855473 621 bp
SNHG1:55 chr11:62853354-62855473 535 bp
SNHG1:56 chr11:62854680-62855473 579 bp
SNHG1:57 chr11:62853073-62855473 769 bp
SNHG1:58 chr11:62853547-62855473 526 bp
SNHG1:59 chr11:62853573-62855473 539 bp
SNHG1:6 chr11:62851988-62855874 1404 bp
SNHG1:60 chr11:62854368-62855473 563 bp
SNHG1:61 chr11:62854442-62855473 631 bp
SNHG1:62 chr11:62852867-62854693 979 bp
SNHG1:63 chr11:62853072-62853963 246 bp
SNHG1:64 chr11:62852048-62853963 1116 bp
SNHG1:7 chr11:62851988-62855874 1455 bp
SNHG1:8 chr11:62851988-62855874 1502 bp
SNHG1:9 chr11:62851988-62855874 1451 bp

Locus conservation

Locus conservation?
SNHG1 no no

Available literature

  1. Ichigozaki (2016), Serum long non-coding RNA, snoRNA host gene 5 level as a new tumor marker of malignant melanoma., Experimental dermatology
  2. Li (2015), Discovery of Protein-lncRNA Interactions by Integrating Large-Scale CLIP-Seq and RNA-Seq Datasets., Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology
  3. You (2015), Noncoding RNA small nucleolar RNA host gene 1 promote cell proliferation in nonsmall cell lung cancer., Indian journal of cancer
  4. Zhang (2015), Cancer Specific Long Noncoding RNAs Show Differential Expression Patterns and Competing Endogenous RNA Potential in Hepatocellular Carcinoma., PloS one
  5. Zhi (2015), The Use of Three Long Non-Coding RNAs as Potential Prognostic Indicators of Astrocytoma., PloS one
  6. Cao (2013), Analysis of long non-coding RNA expression profiles in gastric cancer., World journal of gastroenterology
  7. Clark (2012), Genome-wide analysis of long noncoding RNA stability., Genome research
  8. Mizutani (2012), Identification and characterization of novel genotoxic stress-inducible nuclear long noncoding RNAs in mammalian cells., PloS one
  9. Mercer (2010), Long noncoding RNAs in neuronal-glial fate specification and oligodendrocyte lineage maturation., BMC neuroscience
  10. Friedel (2009), Conserved principles of mammalian transcriptional regulation revealed by RNA half-life., Nucleic acids research
  11. Tanaka-Fujita (2007), Human and mouse protein-noncoding snoRNA host genes with dissimilar nucleotide sequences show chromosomal synteny., RNA (New York, N.Y.)
  12. Pelczar (1998), The host gene for intronic U17 small nucleolar RNAs in mammals has no protein-coding potential and is a member of the 5'-terminal oligopyrimidine gene family., Molecular and cellular biology
  13. Tycowski (1996), A mammalian gene with introns instead of exons generating stable RNA products., Nature