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Gene: Cenps (centromere protein S) Rattus norvegicus
Symbol: Cenps
Name: centromere protein S
RGD ID: 5128728
Description: Predicted to contribute to double-stranded DNA binding activity. Predicted to be involved in DNA repair; replication fork processing; and resolution of meiotic recombination intermediates. Predicted to localize to FANCM-MHF complex and Fanconi anaemia nuclear complex. Orthologous to human CENPS (centromere protein S); INTERACTS WITH acetamide; fipronil; ochratoxin A.
Type: protein-coding
RefSeq Status: VALIDATED
Also known as: Apitd1; apoptosis-inducing, TAF9-like domain 1; FANCM associated histone fold protein 1; Mhf1
Homo sapiens (human) : CENPS (centromere protein S)  HGNC  Alliance
Mus musculus (house mouse) : Cenps (centromere protein S)  MGI  Alliance
Chinchilla lanigera (long-tailed chinchilla) : Cenps (centromere protein S)
Pan paniscus (bonobo/pygmy chimpanzee) : CENPS (centromere protein S)
Canis lupus familiaris (dog) : PEX14 (peroxisomal biogenesis factor 14)
Heterocephalus glaber (naked mole-rat) : Cenps (centromere protein S)
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Latest Assembly: Rnor_6.0 - RGSC Genome Assembly v6.0
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
Rnor_6.05165,946,106 - 165,955,723 (-)NCBIRnor6.0Rnor_6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_5.05169,596,287 - 169,605,817 (-)NCBIRnor5.0Rnor_5.0rn5Rnor5.0
Celera5157,834,868 - 157,844,482 (-)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map5q36NCBI
JBrowse: View Region in Genome Browser (JBrowse)

References - curated
References - uncurated


Comparative Map Data
QTLs in Region (Rnor_6.0)



Nucleotide Sequences
Protein Sequences

Strain Variation

Strain Sequence Variants (Rnor 6.0)

Additional Information

External Database Links
Nomenclature History
More on Cenps
Alliance Gene
Ensembl Gene
JBrowse: rn5 rn6
NCBI Genome Data Viewer

RGD Object Information
RGD ID: 5128728
Created: 2011-03-15
Species: Rattus norvegicus
Last Modified: 2020-08-20
Status: ACTIVE


RGD is funded by grant HL64541 from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute on behalf of the NIH.