AKR1B10 - aldo-keto reductase family 1 member B10


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UniProt: O60218 HGNC Approved Gene Symbol: AKR1B10 
Previous Symbols: AKR1B11 Ensembl ENSG00000198074 
Synonyms : AKR1B12, ARL-1, HIS, ARL1, HSI, ALDRLn Previous Names: "aldo-keto reductase family 1, member B10 (aldose reductase)"
HgncId : HGNC:382  Omim: 604707 
Refseq: NM_020299  GenBank: AF052577 
Genomic coordinates: Cytogenetic location: 7q33 reset view
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AKR1B10 Gene Structure

Chromosome: chr7
Genbank ID: NM_020299 Orientation: +
Length coding sequence : 948 nucleotides.
Regionstartendregion lengthphase at end

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