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Table 2 Novel promoters and coding first exon coordinates

From: Novel promoters and coding first exons in DLG2 linked to developmental disorders and intellectual disability

Human hg18a hg19 hg38a
HPin7 Chr11:84107722-84110266 Chr11:84430074-84432618 Chr11:84719031-84721575
HPin8 Chr11:83825494-83826799 Chr11:84147846-84149151 Chr11:84436803-84438108
CFEin7 coding region Chr11:84108987-84109049 Chr11:84431339-84431401 Chr11:84720296-84720358
CFEin8 coding region Chr11:83826079-83826156 Chr11:84148431-84148508 Chr11:84437388-84437465
Mouse mm9a mm10
mHPin1 Chr7:98410804-98411661 Chr7:91262294-91263151
mHPin2 Chr7:98691323-98692132 Chr7:91542813-91543622
mCFEin1 coding region Chr7:98411443-98411505 Chr7:91262933-91262995
mCFEin2 coding region Chr7:98691624-98691701 Chr7:91543114-91543191
  1. Genomic coordinates of the novel functional regions found the human DLG2 and mouse Dlg2 genes. We investigated their location in hg19 and mm10, respectively. Their corresponding location in other genome references were retrieved by means of the UCSC liftOver tool. In DLG2, we name HPin7 and HPin8 the H3K4me3 peak found in introns 7 and 8, respectively. Inside HPin7 and HPin8 we discovered a protein-coding exon. We identify the coding part of the human exons as CFEin7 (inside HPin7) and CFEin8 (inside HPin8). In mouse, we name the orthologous H3K4me3 peak regions mHPin1 and mHPin2, as they are located in the first and second introns of the Dlg2 gene. We identify the coding part of the mouse exons as mCFEin1 (inside HPin1) and mCFEin2 (inside HPin2)
  2. aGenomic locations retrieved using the UCSC liftOver tool