Sorry, there was a problem loading sequence from server. Please try again and contact us if the problem persists.

Homo sapiens (human) ECI2 divergent transcript URS000000FF0C_9606

  • 2,277 nucleotides
  • 7 databases (Ensembl, Ensembl/GENCODE, GeneCards, HGNC, LncBook, LNCipedia, RefSeq)
  • Found in 1 species

Automated summary: This lncRNA sequence is 2,277 nucleotides long and is found in Homo sapiens. Annotated by 7 databases (RefSeq, Ensembl, HGNC, Ensembl/GENCODE, GeneCards, LncBook, LNCipedia). Described in 6 papers. Homo sapiens (human) ECI2 divergent transcript sequence is a product of ECI2-DT, lnc-C6orf201-2, ENSG00000234817.2 genes. Found in the human reference genome.

Targeting miRNAs 24 total

According to LncBase, this RNA is targeted by the following miRNAs:

Genome locations

Sorry, there was a problem loading genome locations from server. Please try again and contact us if the problem persists.

This sequence is found in {{ locations.length }} genome :

Go to location Chromosome Start End Strand Ensembl UCSC Sequence identity
Loading genome locations...
Failed to load data from server
No genome locations known
loading browser
  • Can't view - strange chromosome name
  • {{ location.chromosome }} {{ location.start | number }} {{ location.end | number }} {{ location.strand == "1" ? "forward" : "reverse" }} {{ location.ensembl_division.name.replace('EnsemblVertebrates', 'Ensembl') }} UCSC 100% {{ location.identity * 100 | number:0 }}%

    No genome locations found for this sequence. Learn more →

    Gene Ontology annotations

    Sequence

    Sequence features are shown above as colored rectangles. Zoom in and click to view details, or Reset

    AGAUGCUCCCCGGCCUGGCUCCGAGUAACUGCGAGCUGGAGGCGCGGCUGCUCUCUCGGGCGGACCUCAGCUCUGCGAACCCUGUGGCUGCCGGAGCACUGAGCGCCCUGCCCGGAGUCCCGCGGAGCCUGGCGAGGAGGGGUCGCUGCAUCCCGAGGGCCAGCCCUGAGCCGGGAGAUGAAACAGCUGUCAUGGAAAUAUUUUUUAAAUCUCAUACUGGUCAAACGGUGUAAACUUUGCUGGAAGGAACCUUACUCAGAGGGCCAAUCACCUGCUUCUCUAGAGUUCUCAAGCUCUCCUGUGAGCACCAGGUUGAGCUGCAGAAAGCCAGAACCAGCUCAGAAACUGAGAAAUGGACAUGAAGAUGCCCAGGAAACAUCUCUACAGCAUCCCUAACUGGGGGUUGAUCCAUUCAUUUCCAGACACAGAGAACAGAGUCACAUUCUGCUGUUUCCAUAUGUACCAUUUUAGUAAGACUUCUUGGGGCACAAGGCAGGAAGUUGGGGACAAUAUAUUUGUCUGCACCAAGGCAGCCUGAGAAGAGAGAAGUGAAUACUCCUGGGGUUAUUCUAUAUUAUUCACUUAAUAUUCUAAGUGAGUCCUCUAGGGGUACCUGAGACAUGGAGUAUGAAAGUACACAUUCACAAAAGUACCAGCUUUAAAACUAGAUUAUCUCUACUAUUCAAAAACACCAAGGAAAGGCCACACAAUGGAGACAAAGUGCAUCUGAGAUCUAGCAAAUUUCCCUGUUGGCCACAUACUGAUAAUGAUGUAUUAAAAUCAAUUCUAUACUGUGGGGUACUUAUUUGACAUUAAUAGGUACCAUGGUGGUUUAACAUAGUUGCUGCCCAGAGAAAACGCCGCACACUCACCUACACUAAAAUGAAGUCUGAGUCAGCUGCCUCCCCUCCGCCAUCCCUUCCAAAGCCAAUGGUUGAAAGUCACAGAAGUCCCUCUGCUGCCACCUAGUGACGACAAUGUGAAUACAACUACACAGCCUCCUGGGAAAGAAGUUUUGAACCACGUUUGCUUCUAAAGGAAGCCUGUAAUUACCUCUGAGUGCUCUAUUUUGGCUACAAUUUAAAAACAUAUAUAUUUUAAAACUCUAUAAACUCUUAUGCAUAUCCCUUUUUAAGAAUCUGACCUGUAAUGGAUGUAGCCUCACUUUCAAGAACCUAAAAGCUAUGCCCCCAAUUCAGGGAGUAGAACAGACAGGCUUAAGAACAGUGCCUAAAAAUGCCACUAAAUUUAUCUUUAAAAUGCCUGUGGUUCCUUAGCACUUGAAUUCCGUUAUGCCCCUGGGUAUAGUCACCUGGAUGUUAGGGGCUGUCAAAAUUCAGCCCUCAGUUGGUGAUCAGUAGGUUUUCCCUUUAAGUGGUUUCUGAAAGGAUUUUUUUUAAAAAUCUUGAAAUUCUCAUGUCUGGAUGAUGUUUCCAGUUUUGUGGAAGAAUAAAAGAAAAGGGACAUGAAAUUCUGGCUCCCUGGGGGCAGUGGCUGUGUCUUAUUAAUCUCUGUGCCCAUUGUACCAACACCGGUCAGUCACAGCAUGUACUCAACCAAUGCUGAUGAAUGCAGAGGGGCGAGGGGCUGGCACGCUCUUGACCCCUUAUAGGGGCUGCGUCGAUGGCCAGGGUUCAAUGGGAACUUUCUGGUACAGUCUUGCUCUGCCAAUCUUUCAAAUUAAGUGCAGCACAAUUGGAAGCCUCACAUUCUCAUAGACGGGUUGAGGAGGGCAUUAGGGGCAGAAAGGCUCACAUAAGGCCUGAGCGUGAGGUUUCCUGCCCAGCACUGCUGUGCCAUUGCAGCCCACCUUCUUCUCACCUUUCCUUCCACACCACGGCGCGGCAGGUGCAGAAACCGUGCUGGGAUUGAGGCCCUAGAGGCUGACUACAGGUCUUGGGGGCAAAACAUCUGGACACACAGCUGAAGAUGAGCCAAGUAUAUUAGUCAGGGUUCUCUAGAGAAACAGAACCAACAAGAUAGAGAGAUGCAGAGAGACAGAGGGACAGACAGACAGAUUUAAGUAACUGACCCAUAAAAUCUUGGAGGCUUGGCAAGUCCAAAAUCUGCAAGAUGGAAGUGGGCUGGCACAUUGGAGACUCAAGGAAGAGUUGCACGUUGAGUUCAAAGGCCGGCUGCUGGCAGAAUUCCUUUCUGCUCAGGUGAAGUCGGUCUCUGUUCUAUUAAGACCUUCAACUGAUUGGAUGAGGUCCACCCAUAUUAUGAAGGGUCAUUUGCUUUACUCAACAUCUACUCAUCUAAAUAUUAAUCUCAUUG

    Taxonomic tree

    View annotations in different species by clicking on species names.

    Scroll around to explore the entire tree. Click tree nodes to collapse or expand them. Hover over taxon names to display additional information.