Description

cystatin 11 [Source:HGNC Symbol;Acc:HGNC:15959]

Synonyms

CST8L, CTES2, dJ322G13.6

Location
INSDC coordinates

chromosome:GRCh38:CM000682.2:23450403:23452857:1

About this gene

This gene has 2 transcripts (splice variants), 68 orthologues, 7 paralogues, is a member of 2 Ensembl protein families and is associated with 41 phenotypes.

NameTranscript IDbpProteinTranslation IDBiotypeCCDSUniProtRefSeqFlags
CST11-001ENST00000377009554138aaENSP00000366208
 
Protein codingGenes and/or transcript that contains an open reading frame (ORF).
CCDS13155Q9H112 NM_130794
NP_570612
TSL:1

TSL1: All splice junctions of the transcript are supported by at least one non-suspect mRNA.

The Transcript Support Level (TSL) is a method to highlight the well-supported and poorly-supported transcript models for users. The method relies on the primary data that can support full-length transcript structure: mRNA and EST alignments supplied by UCSC and Ensembl.

GENCODE basicThe GENCODE set is the gene set for human and mouse. GENCODE Basic is a subset of representative transcripts (splice variants).APPRIS PI4APPRIS candidate principal isoform (longest CCDS)
Glossary entry for APPRIS
APPRIS website
CST11-002ENST00000377007461103aaENSP00000366206
 
Protein codingGenes and/or transcript that contains an open reading frame (ORF).
CCDS13154Q9H112 NM_080830
NP_543020
TSL:1

TSL1: All splice junctions of the transcript are supported by at least one non-suspect mRNA.

The Transcript Support Level (TSL) is a method to highlight the well-supported and poorly-supported transcript models for users. The method relies on the primary data that can support full-length transcript structure: mRNA and EST alignments supplied by UCSC and Ensembl.

GENCODE basicThe GENCODE set is the gene set for human and mouse. GENCODE Basic is a subset of representative transcripts (splice variants).APPRIS ALT2APPRIS candidate principal isoform that appears to be conserved in fewer than three tested non-primate species
Glossary entry for APPRIS
APPRIS website

Gene-based displays