Summary page for 'AC006000.4' (ENSG00000216374) - Project: 5FU

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Basic Gene Stats

Species: Human
Gene Name: 'AC006000.4' (HUGO: N/A)
ALEXA Gene ID: 30295 (ALEXA_hs_53_36o)
EnsEMBL Gene ID: ENSG00000216374
Entrez Gene Record(s): N/A
Ensembl Gene Record: ENSG00000216374
Evidence: Known Gene
Gene Type: processed_pseudogene
Location: chr7 12928695-12929070 (-): N/A
Size (bp): 376
Description: NA

Data links for each library (displays expression data in UCSC Genome Browser)

Comparison: HS04401_vs_HS04391
Mip101 (HS04391) has 0 total reads for 'AC006000.4'. UCSC data links: (C | P)
Mip5FuR (HS04401) has 0 total reads for 'AC006000.4'. UCSC data links: (C | P)

Link to other genes in the same chromosome region as 'AC006000.4'


Features defined for this gene: 62

Gene: 1
Transcript: 1
ExonRegion: 1
Intergenic: 2
ActiveIntergenicRegion: 31
SilentIntergenicRegion: 27

Summary of transcript specific features for 'AC006000.4' (ENSG00000216374)


Summary of known expressed features

Expressed above background

LibraryExon Regions
Known Junctions

Detected at any level above 0

LibraryExon Regions
Known Junctions

Normalized expression data for each known or novel expressed feature of 'AC006000.4'

The following table summarizes the expression values of all known features of the gene 'AC006000.4' in each library. Known features (i.e. those that correspond to one or more EnsEMBL transcripts) are included regardless of their expression level. Novel features are only reported in this table if they are expressed above the level of intergenic background noise. The 'FID' column reports the unique Feature ID for the gene, transcript, exon region, exon junction, etc. The 'Name' column reports the Feature Name for the feature (e.g. E5a_E6a is the name of an exon junction corresponding to the connection of exons 5 and 6). The 'Type' column reports the type of the feature and may be one of the following: Gene, Transcript, Exon Region, Known Junction, Novel Junction, Known Boundary, Novel Boundary, Silent or Active Intronic Regions, and Silent or Active Intergenic Regions (see our manuscript for more details). The 'Base Count' column reports the number of nucleotide bases for the feature followed by the percent of these that do NOT correspond to repeats and the percent that are known to be protein coding in one or more EnsEMBL transcripts. The 'Supporting ESTs/mRNAs' column reports the number of ESTs and mRNAs that when aligned to the human genome support the expression of a feature (i.e. the sequence alignment coordinates match an exon junction or boundaries of an exon, retained intron, etc.). The 'Conserved Species' column reports the number of 'other' species for which there was at least 1 supporting EST/mRNA alignment. Finally, the remaining columns report the log2 expression value for each feature in each library. Bold values indicate expression above background. Each expression value is also a hyperlink to a view of the feature's corresponding genomic region in the UCSC genome browser. Expression data will automatically be loaded as custom GFF and wiggle tracks.

FIDNameTypeBase Count
(% unmasked |
% coding)
Mip101 Log2
Mip5FuR Log2
G30295AC006000.4Gene376 (100% | 0%)N/AN/A0.00 (C | P)0.00 (C | P)
T55610ENST00000406123Transcript376 (100% | 0%)N/AN/A0.00 (C | P)0.00 (C | P)
ER239444ER1aExonRegion376 (100% | 0%)000.00 (C | P)0.00 (C | P)

DE and AE features of 'AC006000.4'

The following table displays the log2 difference and splicing index (SI) values at the level of the gene and for each known transcript. Following these values are the log2 difference and SI values for each individual sequence feature (exon, junction, etc.) that was found to be significantly differentially or alternatively expressed. Features that did not pass the significance threshhold are not displayed. For more details on each feature, including absolute expression levels in each library, refer to the expression table above. To visualize the differences in expression refer to the figures below.

(Log2 Diff | SI Value)

Figures displaying gene and feature expression levels in each library

Insufficient data to create figures