Gria1 (glutamate ionotropic receptor AMPA type subunit 1) - Rat Genome Database

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Gene: Gria1 (glutamate ionotropic receptor AMPA type subunit 1) Rattus norvegicus
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Symbol: Gria1
Name: glutamate ionotropic receptor AMPA type subunit 1
RGD ID: 621531
Description: Enables several functions, including enzyme binding activity; signaling receptor binding activity; and transmitter-gated monoatomic ion channel activity. Involved in several processes, including cellular response to organonitrogen compound; central nervous system development; and modulation of chemical synaptic transmission. Located in several cellular components, including dendrite; endosome membrane; and neuronal cell body membrane. Part of AMPA glutamate receptor complex. Is active in glutamatergic synapse; postsynaptic density membrane; and presynaptic active zone membrane. Used to study hyperhomocysteinemia. Biomarker of epilepsy; hepatic encephalopathy; status epilepticus; and visual epilepsy. Human ortholog(s) of this gene implicated in autosomal dominant intellectual developmental disorder and autosomal recessive intellectual developmental disorder 76. Orthologous to human GRIA1 (glutamate ionotropic receptor AMPA type subunit 1); PARTICIPATES IN calcium/calmodulin dependent kinase 2 signaling pathway; ephrin - ephrin receptor bidirectional signaling axis; amyotrophic lateral sclerosis pathway; INTERACTS WITH (+)-pilocarpine; (S)-AMPA; 1-(4-methoxybenzyl)-3-(5-nitro-1,3-thiazol-2-yl)urea.
Type: protein-coding
RefSeq Status: VALIDATED
Previously known as: AMPA-selective glutamate receptor 1; GluA1; gluR-1; gluR-A; gluR-K1; GluR1; glutamate receptor 1; glutamate receptor A; glutamate receptor subunit GluR1; glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA 1; glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA1 (alpha 1)
RGD Orthologs
Human
Mouse
Chinchilla
Bonobo
Dog
Squirrel
Pig
Green Monkey
Naked Mole-Rat
Alliance Genes
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Latest Assembly: mRatBN7.2 - mRatBN7.2 Assembly
NCBI Annotation Information: Annotation category: partial on reference assembly
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
mRatBN7.21041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)NCBImRatBN7.2mRatBN7.2
mRatBN7.2 Ensembl1041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)EnsemblmRatBN7.2 Ensembl
UTH_Rnor_SHR_Utx1045,861,160 - 46,177,214 (+)NCBIRnor_SHR
UTH_Rnor_SHRSP_BbbUtx_1.01045,351,373 - 45,667,433 (+)NCBIRnor_SHRSP
UTH_Rnor_WKY_Bbb_1.01040,855,030 - 41,171,065 (+)NCBIRnor_WKY
Rnor_6.01042,441,723 - 42,760,200 (+)NCBIRnor6.0Rnor_6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_6.0 Ensembl1042,614,713 - 42,760,200 (+)EnsemblRnor6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,257,736 - 42,571,220 (+)NCBIRnor5.0Rnor_5.0rn5Rnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,613,359 - 42,616,610 (+)NCBIRGSC3.4RGSC_v3.4rn4RGSC3.4
Celera1040,506,762 - 40,822,664 (+)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map10q22NCBI
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Gene-Chemical Interaction Annotations     Click to see Annotation Detail View
(+)-pilocarpine  (EXP)
(S)-AMPA  (EXP)
1-(4-methoxybenzyl)-3-(5-nitro-1,3-thiazol-2-yl)urea  (EXP)
1-[3-(dimethylamino)propyl]-1-(4-fluorophenyl)-1,3-dihydro-2-benzofuran-5-carbonitrile  (ISO)
1-bromopropane  (EXP)
17beta-estradiol  (ISO)
2,2',4,4'-Tetrabromodiphenyl ether  (ISO)
2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzodioxine  (EXP)
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzofuran  (EXP)
2,3-Dioxo-6-nitro-7-sulfamoylbenzo(f)quinoxaline  (EXP)
2,4-dibromophenyl 2,4,5-tribromophenyl ether  (ISO)
2-methyl-6-(phenylethynyl)pyridine  (EXP)
2-tert-butylhydroquinone  (ISO)
4-[1-hydroxy-2-[4-(phenylmethyl)-1-piperidinyl]propyl]phenol  (EXP)
6-Cyano-7-nitroquinoxaline-2,3-dione  (EXP)
6-propyl-2-thiouracil  (EXP)
8-Br-cAMP  (ISO)
acrylamide  (EXP)
aflatoxin B1  (ISO)
all-trans-retinoic acid  (ISO)
ammonium chloride  (EXP)
arsenic acid  (EXP)
arsenite(3-)  (ISO)
arsenous acid  (ISO)
atrazine  (EXP,ISO)
azoxystrobin  (EXP)
Bay-K-8644  (ISO)
benzo[a]pyrene  (EXP,ISO)
benzoates  (EXP)
beta-naphthoflavone  (EXP)
bicuculline  (EXP)
bis(2-chloroethyl) sulfide  (ISO)
bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate  (ISO)
bisphenol A  (EXP,ISO)
calcium atom  (EXP)
calcium(0)  (EXP)
capsaicin  (EXP)
carbon nanotube  (ISO)
celecoxib  (ISO)
CGP 52608  (ISO)
chaetocin  (EXP)
chlorpyrifos  (EXP)
citalopram  (ISO)
Citreoviridin  (ISO)
cocaine  (EXP,ISO)
corticosterone  (ISO)
crocidolite asbestos  (ISO)
Cuprizon  (EXP)
cypermethrin  (ISO)
decabromodiphenyl ether  (EXP)
Diacetoxyscirpenol  (ISO)
diarsenic trioxide  (ISO)
diazinon  (EXP)
dichloroacetic acid  (ISO)
dieldrin  (EXP)
dizocilpine maleate  (EXP)
domoic acid  (EXP)
dopamine  (EXP)
dorsomorphin  (ISO)
doxorubicin  (ISO)
endosulfan  (ISO)
entinostat  (ISO)
ethanol  (EXP,ISO)
excitatory amino acid agonist  (EXP)
flavonoids  (EXP)
fluoxetine  (EXP,ISO)
genistein  (EXP,ISO)
glycine  (EXP)
glyphosate  (EXP)
haloperidol  (EXP)
imidacloprid  (EXP)
istradefylline  (EXP)
kainic acid  (EXP,ISO)
ketamine  (ISO)
KN-93  (EXP)
L-ascorbic acid  (ISO)
lactacystin  (EXP)
lead diacetate  (ISO)
lead(0)  (EXP,ISO)
lead(2+)  (EXP,ISO)
lithium atom  (EXP)
lithium hydride  (EXP)
maleic acid  (ISO)
methamphetamine  (EXP)
methylmercury chloride  (ISO)
microcystin-LR  (ISO)
mifepristone  (ISO)
minocycline  (EXP)
morphine  (EXP,ISO)
N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide  (EXP)
N-benzyloxycarbonyl-L-leucyl-L-leucyl-L-leucinal  (EXP)
N-nitrosodiethylamine  (EXP)
nickel atom  (EXP)
nifedipine  (ISO)
nitrofen  (EXP)
ochratoxin A  (EXP)
Ondansetron  (EXP)
ozone  (ISO)
paclitaxel  (EXP)
panobinostat  (ISO)
perfluorooctane-1-sulfonic acid  (EXP)
permethrin  (EXP)
pirinixic acid  (ISO)
poly(cytidylic acid)  (EXP)
progesterone  (ISO)
quinpirole  (ISO)
resveratrol  (ISO)
rifampicin  (ISO)
rimonabant  (ISO)
SB 431542  (ISO)
sevoflurane  (ISO)
SL-327  (ISO)
sodium arsenate  (ISO)
sodium arsenite  (ISO)
sterigmatocystin  (EXP)
sulfur dioxide  (EXP)
tadalafil  (ISO)
tetrachloromethane  (EXP)
tetrodotoxin  (EXP)
thiabendazole  (EXP)
thioacetamide  (ISO)
titanium dioxide  (ISO)
triazolam  (ISO)
tributylstannane  (EXP)
trichostatin A  (ISO)
urethane  (EXP)
valproic acid  (EXP,ISO)
venlafaxine hydrochloride  (EXP)
vorinostat  (ISO)
WIN 55212-2  (EXP)

Gene Ontology Annotations     Click to see Annotation Detail View

Biological Process
cellular response to amine stimulus  (IEP)
cellular response to amino acid stimulus  (IEP)
cellular response to ammonium ion  (IEA,ISO)
cellular response to brain-derived neurotrophic factor stimulus  (IDA)
cellular response to dsRNA  (IEP)
cellular response to growth factor stimulus  (IEP)
cellular response to organic cyclic compound  (IEP)
cellular response to peptide hormone stimulus  (IEP)
cerebral cortex development  (IEP)
chemical synaptic transmission  (IEA,ISO)
chemical synaptic transmission, postsynaptic  (ISO)
ionotropic glutamate receptor signaling pathway  (IEA)
long-term memory  (IEA,IMP,ISO)
long-term synaptic depression  (IEA,ISO)
modulation of chemical synaptic transmission  (IDA)
monoatomic ion transmembrane transport  (IEA,ISO)
neuronal action potential  (IMP)
positive regulation of gene expression  (IMP)
positive regulation of membrane potential  (IMP)
positive regulation of synaptic transmission  (IMP)
receptor internalization  (IDA,IEA,ISO)
regulation of postsynaptic cytosolic calcium ion concentration  (IEA)
regulation of postsynaptic membrane potential  (IEA,ISO)
regulation of presynaptic membrane potential  (IEA)
regulation of receptor recycling  (IMP)
regulation of synaptic plasticity  (IMP,NAS)
response to arsenic-containing substance  (IEP)
response to cocaine  (IEP)
response to electrical stimulus  (IEP)
response to estradiol  (IEP)
response to fungicide  (IEP)
response to lithium ion  (IEP)
response to organic cyclic compound  (IEP)
response to peptide hormone  (IEP)
response to toxic substance  (IMP)
response to xenobiotic stimulus  (IEP)
spinal cord development  (IEP)
synapse assembly  (ISO)
synaptic transmission, glutamatergic  (NAS)

References

References - curated
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70. PID Annotation Import Pipeline Pipeline to import Pathway Interaction Database annotations from NCI into RGD
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73. Data Import for Chemical-Gene Interactions RGD automated import pipeline for gene-chemical interactions
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Genomics

Comparative Map Data
Gria1
(Rattus norvegicus - Norway rat)
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
mRatBN7.21041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)NCBImRatBN7.2mRatBN7.2
mRatBN7.2 Ensembl1041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)EnsemblmRatBN7.2 Ensembl
UTH_Rnor_SHR_Utx1045,861,160 - 46,177,214 (+)NCBIRnor_SHR
UTH_Rnor_SHRSP_BbbUtx_1.01045,351,373 - 45,667,433 (+)NCBIRnor_SHRSP
UTH_Rnor_WKY_Bbb_1.01040,855,030 - 41,171,065 (+)NCBIRnor_WKY
Rnor_6.01042,441,723 - 42,760,200 (+)NCBIRnor6.0Rnor_6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_6.0 Ensembl1042,614,713 - 42,760,200 (+)EnsemblRnor6.0rn6Rnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,257,736 - 42,571,220 (+)NCBIRnor5.0Rnor_5.0rn5Rnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,613,359 - 42,616,610 (+)NCBIRGSC3.4RGSC_v3.4rn4RGSC3.4
Celera1040,506,762 - 40,822,664 (+)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map10q22NCBI
GRIA1
(Homo sapiens - human)
Human AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
GRCh385153,489,615 - 153,813,869 (+)NCBIGRCh38GRCh38hg38GRCh38
GRCh38.p13 Ensembl5153,489,615 - 153,813,869 (+)EnsemblGRCh38hg38GRCh38
GRCh375152,870,230 - 153,193,429 (+)NCBIGRCh37GRCh37hg19GRCh37
Build 365152,850,499 - 153,171,354 (+)NCBINCBI36Build 36hg18NCBI36
Build 345152,850,498 - 153,171,354NCBI
Celera5148,945,616 - 149,268,929 (+)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map5q33.2NCBI
HuRef5148,010,721 - 148,334,111 (+)NCBIHuRef
CHM1_15152,302,506 - 152,626,274 (+)NCBICHM1_1
T2T-CHM13v2.05154,023,831 - 154,347,051 (+)NCBIT2T-CHM13v2.0
Gria1
(Mus musculus - house mouse)
Mouse AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
GRCm391156,902,342 - 57,221,070 (+)NCBIGRCm39GRCm39mm39
GRCm39 Ensembl1156,902,213 - 57,221,070 (+)EnsemblGRCm39 Ensembl
GRCm381157,011,571 - 57,330,244 (+)NCBIGRCm38GRCm38mm10GRCm38
GRCm38.p6 Ensembl1157,011,387 - 57,330,244 (+)EnsemblGRCm38mm10GRCm38
MGSCv371156,825,193 - 57,143,746 (+)NCBIGRCm37MGSCv37mm9NCBIm37
MGSCv361156,855,379 - 57,146,439 (+)NCBIMGSCv36mm8
Celera1161,935,002 - 62,079,468 (+)NCBICelera
Cytogenetic Map11B1.3NCBI
cM Map1134.51NCBI
Gria1
(Chinchilla lanigera - long-tailed chinchilla)
Chinchilla AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
ChiLan1.0 EnsemblNW_0049554087,912,592 - 8,223,570 (+)EnsemblChiLan1.0
ChiLan1.0NW_0049554087,912,223 - 8,226,241 (+)NCBIChiLan1.0ChiLan1.0
GRIA1
(Pan paniscus - bonobo/pygmy chimpanzee)
Bonobo AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
PanPan1.15154,877,807 - 155,204,660 (+)NCBIpanpan1.1PanPan1.1panPan2
PanPan1.1 Ensembl5154,879,080 - 155,204,660 (+)Ensemblpanpan1.1panPan2
Mhudiblu_PPA_v05148,879,996 - 149,206,914 (+)NCBIMhudiblu_PPA_v0Mhudiblu_PPA_v0panPan3
GRIA1
(Canis lupus familiaris - dog)
Dog AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
CanFam3.1455,801,269 - 56,103,383 (-)NCBICanFam3.1CanFam3.1canFam3CanFam3.1
CanFam3.1 Ensembl455,803,296 - 56,103,669 (-)EnsemblCanFam3.1canFam3CanFam3.1
Dog10K_Boxer_Tasha455,639,927 - 55,995,772 (-)NCBIDog10K_Boxer_Tasha
ROS_Cfam_1.0456,183,572 - 56,538,983 (-)NCBIROS_Cfam_1.0
ROS_Cfam_1.0 Ensembl456,237,177 - 56,538,754 (-)EnsemblROS_Cfam_1.0 Ensembl
UMICH_Zoey_3.1456,012,350 - 56,367,654 (-)NCBIUMICH_Zoey_3.1
UNSW_CanFamBas_1.0456,111,546 - 56,466,793 (-)NCBIUNSW_CanFamBas_1.0
UU_Cfam_GSD_1.0456,613,928 - 56,969,631 (-)NCBIUU_Cfam_GSD_1.0
Gria1
(Ictidomys tridecemlineatus - thirteen-lined ground squirrel)
Squirrel AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
HiC_Itri_2NW_024407213110,488,036 - 110,787,054 (-)NCBIHiC_Itri_2
SpeTri2.0 EnsemblNW_0049365158,940,009 - 9,083,151 (-)EnsemblSpeTri2.0
SpeTri2.0NW_0049365158,937,391 - 9,236,438 (-)NCBISpeTri2.0SpeTri2.0SpeTri2.0
GRIA1
(Sus scrofa - pig)
Pig AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
Sscrofa11.1 Ensembl1669,332,587 - 69,655,380 (-)EnsemblSscrofa11.1susScr11Sscrofa11.1
Sscrofa11.11669,332,786 - 69,654,366 (-)NCBISscrofa11.1Sscrofa11.1susScr11Sscrofa11.1
Sscrofa10.21675,191,970 - 75,275,696 (+)NCBISscrofa10.2Sscrofa10.2susScr3
GRIA1
(Chlorocebus sabaeus - green monkey)
Green Monkey AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
ChlSab1.12355,944,128 - 56,265,748 (+)NCBIChlSab1.1ChlSab1.1chlSab2
ChlSab1.1 Ensembl2356,101,294 - 56,265,849 (+)EnsemblChlSab1.1ChlSab1.1 EnsemblchlSab2
Vero_WHO_p1.0NW_02366603421,402,866 - 21,730,046 (-)NCBIVero_WHO_p1.0Vero_WHO_p1.0
Gria1
(Heterocephalus glaber - naked mole-rat)
Naked Mole-rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceGenome Browsers
JBrowseNCBIUCSCEnsembl
HetGla_female_1.0 EnsemblNW_00462473335,339,683 - 35,647,349 (-)EnsemblHetGla_female_1.0HetGla_female_1.0 EnsemblhetGla2
HetGla 1.0NW_00462473335,337,039 - 35,648,184 (-)NCBIHetGla_female_1.0HetGla 1.0hetGla2

Variants

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Variants in Gria1
2306 total Variants
miRNA Target Status

Predicted Target Of
Summary Value
Count of predictions:118
Count of miRNA genes:52
Interacting mature miRNAs:55
Transcripts:ENSRNOT00000071615, ENSRNOT00000073148
Prediction methods:Microtar, Rnahybrid, Targetscan
Result types:miRGate_prediction

The detailed report is available here: Full Report CSV TAB Printer

miRNA Target Status data imported from miRGate (http://mirgate.bioinfo.cnio.es/).
For more information about miRGate, see PMID:25858286 or access the full paper here.


QTLs in Region (mRatBN7.2)
The following QTLs overlap with this region.    Full Report CSV TAB Printer Gviewer
RGD IDSymbolNameLODP ValueTraitSub TraitChrStartStopSpecies
7411611Foco17Food consumption QTL 1718.70.001eating behavior trait (VT:0001431)feed conversion ratio (CMO:0001312)10142315980Rat
70223Bp57Blood pressure QTL 575arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)systolic blood pressure (CMO:0000004)10180676123Rat
10401803Kidm50Kidney mass QTL 50kidney mass (VT:0002707)both kidneys wet weight (CMO:0000085)1041834445418344Rat
631554Bp133Blood pressure QTL 1330.005arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)systolic blood pressure (CMO:0000004)1074336463851208Rat
2313064Bmd71Bone mineral density QTL 710.90.0001tibia mineral mass (VT:1000283)cortical volumetric bone mineral density (CMO:0001730)10538701450387014Rat
2313066Bss63Bone structure and strength QTL 631.40.0001tibia strength trait (VT:1000284)bone polar moment of inertia (CMO:0001558)10538701450387014Rat
2313081Bss64Bone structure and strength QTL 641.30.0001tibia strength trait (VT:1000284)tibia total energy absorbed before break (CMO:0001736)10538701450387014Rat
2313095Bss62Bone structure and strength QTL 621.50.0001tibia size trait (VT:0100001)tibia midshaft cross-sectional area (CMO:0001717)10538701450387014Rat
2313104Bss61Bone structure and strength QTL 610.90.0001tibia area (VT:1000281)tibia midshaft cross-sectional area (CMO:0001717)10538701450387014Rat
2298544Neuinf9Neuroinflammation QTL 94.6nervous system integrity trait (VT:0010566)spinal cord complement component 1, q subcomponent, B chain mRNA level (CMO:0002126)10580199062146030Rat
8662860Vetf10Vascular elastic tissue fragility QTL 10artery integrity trait (VT:0010639)number of ruptures of the internal elastic lamina of the abdominal aorta and iliac arteries (CMO:0002562)10615418273453136Rat
61427Cia16Collagen induced arthritis QTL 163.2joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)10635789696121100Rat
1578761Stresp21Stress response QTL 213.3thymus mass (VT:0004954)thymus wet weight (CMO:0000855)10637574651375746Rat
2303118Mamtr7Mammary tumor resistance QTL 70.003mammary gland integrity trait (VT:0010552)mammary tumor growth rate (CMO:0000344)109658275104670812Rat
9590310Scort19Serum corticosterone level QTL 196.30.001blood corticosterone amount (VT:0005345)plasma corticosterone level (CMO:0001173)101147401056474010Rat
9590268Scort13Serum corticosterone level QTL 133.260.001blood corticosterone amount (VT:0005345)plasma corticosterone level (CMO:0001173)101147401056474010Rat
9589136Insul27Insulin level QTL 2710.460.001blood insulin amount (VT:0001560)plasma insulin level (CMO:0000342)101147401056474010Rat
2301967Cm73Cardiac mass QTL 734.55heart left ventricle mass (VT:0007031)heart left ventricle weight to body weight ratio (CMO:0000530)101448701189062041Rat
631268Cia21Collagen induced arthritis QTL 213.1joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)1014487011104060283Rat
2316949Gluco60Glucose level QTL 603.7blood glucose amount (VT:0000188)blood glucose level (CMO:0000046)1014487011107057807Rat
1354587Kidm21Kidney mass QTL 213.3kidney mass (VT:0002707)right kidney wet weight (CMO:0000082)101502851360430477Rat
631564Apr3Acute phase response QTL 33.9blood interleukin-6 amount (VT:0008595)plasma interleukin-6 level (CMO:0001927)101527595560275955Rat
6893350Bw99Body weight QTL 990.870.16body mass (VT:0001259)body weight (CMO:0000012)11590666560906665Rat
6893352Bw100Body weight QTL 1000.330.6body mass (VT:0001259)body weight (CMO:0000012)11590666560906665Rat
631532Cm50Cardiac mass QTL 506.6heart mass (VT:0007028)calculated heart weight (CMO:0000073)101790711351786432Rat
1598852Anxrr19Anxiety related response QTL 195.07body movement coordination trait (VT:0005424)number of rearing movements in an experimental apparatus (CMO:0001752)101816784163167841Rat
2313055Bw96Body weight QTL 963.60.0001body mass (VT:0001259)body weight (CMO:0000012)101960648364606483Rat
2313087Bmd80Bone mineral density QTL 803.20.0001tibia mineral mass (VT:1000283)total volumetric bone mineral density (CMO:0001728)101960648364606483Rat
1554317Bmd4Bone mineral density QTL 49.40.0001lumbar vertebra mineral mass (VT:0010511)volumetric bone mineral density (CMO:0001553)101981604299406971Rat
1581497Esta1Estrogen-induced thymic atrophy QTL 1thymus mass (VT:0004954)thymus wet weight (CMO:0000855)102132980561345413Rat
724556Pur2Proteinuria QTL 25.5urine protein amount (VT:0005160)urine protein level (CMO:0000591)102242750090627625Rat
61354Pia10Pristane induced arthritis QTL 100.01joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)1023444813104060283Rat
631267Cia20Collagen induced arthritis QTL 203.2joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)1023444813104060283Rat
61325Aia5Adjuvant induced arthritis QTL 50.01joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)1023444813104060283Rat
70224Eae3Experimental allergic encephalomyelitis QTL 34.1nervous system integrity trait (VT:0010566)experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis incidence/prevalence measurement (CMO:0001046)102652195761345413Rat
1298069Bp168Blood pressure QTL 1685.5blood pressure trait (VT:0000183)systolic blood pressure (CMO:0000004)102652195798003205Rat
631542Bp82Blood pressure QTL 826.8arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)systolic blood pressure (CMO:0000004)102652195798952741Rat
2300171Bmd58Bone mineral density QTL 584.90.0001lumbar vertebra mineral mass (VT:0010511)volumetric bone mineral density (CMO:0001553)102694462871944628Rat
10402859Bp381Blood pressure QTL 3810.002arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)mean arterial blood pressure (CMO:0000009)102760646872606468Rat
2292441Bp308Blood pressure QTL 308arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)mean arterial blood pressure (CMO:0000009)102760646872606468Rat
724527Bp148Blood pressure QTL 1480.0001arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)mean arterial blood pressure (CMO:0000009)102845313673453136Rat
1600371Mcs21Mammary carcinoma susceptibility QTL 213mammary gland integrity trait (VT:0010552)mammary tumor growth rate (CMO:0000344)102887565052200160Rat
1331762Rf40Renal function QTL 403.873kidney blood vessel physiology trait (VT:0100012)absolute change in renal vascular resistance (CMO:0001900)102929950464155584Rat
1331791Cm31Cardiac mass QTL 313.84606heart mass (VT:0007028)heart wet weight (CMO:0000069)1029299504107211142Rat
631557Bp136Blood pressure QTL 1360.003arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)systolic blood pressure (CMO:0000004)103063205375632053Rat
1576311Pia26Pristane induced arthritis QTL 26joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)103122402675632053Rat
1578779Tcas10Tongue tumor susceptibility QTL 103.12tongue integrity trait (VT:0010553)number of squamous cell tumors of the tongue with diameter greater than 3 mm (CMO:0001950)103129743976297439Rat
1576319Cia29Collagen induced arthritis QTL 29joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)103397392178973921Rat
61332Eau3Experimental allergic uveoretinitis QTL 30.004uvea integrity trait (VT:0010551)experimental autoimmune uveitis score (CMO:0001504)103449055945579777Rat
1354614Hpcl1Hepatic cholesterol level QTL 13.3liver cholesterol amount (VT:0010498)liver cholesterol level (CMO:0001597)103539226751793994Rat
1358897Stresp6Stress response QTL 64.170.022blood norepinephrine amount (VT:0005663)plasma norepinephrine level (CMO:0001010)103539226764155584Rat
61441Btemp1Thermal response to stress QTL 14body temperature trait (VT:0005535)core body temperature (CMO:0001036)103539245763642539Rat
2317042Aia20Adjuvant induced arthritis QTL 203.38joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)right rear ankle joint diameter (CMO:0002150)103756507982565079Rat
2317043Aia7Adjuvant induced arthritis QTL 73.82joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)left rear ankle joint diameter (CMO:0002149)103756507982565079Rat
1576308Schws1Schwannoma susceptibility QTL 10.0041nervous system integrity trait (VT:0010566)percentage of study population developing trigeminal nerve neurilemmomas during a period of time (CMO:0002017)1040035094102359817Rat
631269Cia22Collagen induced arthritis QTL 228.9joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)1040035094104060283Rat
631270Cia23Collagen induced arthritis QTL 233.9joint integrity trait (VT:0010548)joint inflammation composite score (CMO:0000919)1040035094104060283Rat
631552Vetf2Vascular elastic tissue fragility QTL 24.50.0002aorta elastic tissue integrity trait (VT:0010556)artery internal elastic lamina non-tumorous lesion count (CMO:0001913)104114263386142633Rat
61463Bp12Blood pressure QTL 126.30.0001arterial blood pressure trait (VT:2000000)systolic blood pressure (CMO:0000004)104133325886333258Rat

Markers in Region
D10Rat126  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,482,022 - 41,482,228 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,716,036 - 42,716,241NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,526,318 - 42,526,523UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,777,431 - 40,777,636UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10452.9UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10452.9RGD
RH 2.0 Map10470.1RGD
SHRSP x BN Map1038.6199RGD
FHH x ACI Map1035.9499RGD
D10Rat165  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,361,875 - 41,362,094 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,595,412 - 42,595,630NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_6.01042,592,183 - 42,592,397NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,408,413 - 42,408,631UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,657,748 - 40,657,974UniSTS
SHRSP x BN Map1038.5499RGD
SHRSP x BN Map1038.5499UniSTS
D10Got68  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,415,826 - 41,416,063 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,649,802 - 42,650,038NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,460,499 - 42,460,735UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,712,729 - 40,712,953UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10452.9RGD
RH 3.4 Map10452.9UniSTS
X57497  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,527,211 - 41,527,327 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,760,129 - 42,760,244NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,571,149 - 42,571,264UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,822,593 - 40,822,708UniSTS
RH138240  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,231,885 - 41,232,036 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,463,288 - 42,463,438NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,279,301 - 42,279,451UniSTSRnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,634,532 - 42,634,682UniSTSRGSC3.4
Celera1040,527,881 - 40,528,031UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10440.59UniSTS
AU048687  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,239,851 - 41,240,077 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,471,248 - 42,471,471NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,287,261 - 42,287,484UniSTSRnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,642,492 - 42,642,715UniSTSRGSC3.4
Celera1040,535,851 - 40,536,104UniSTS
AU049642  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
Celera1040,736,495 - 40,736,651UniSTS
RH143108  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,491,538 - 41,491,644 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,725,552 - 42,725,657NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,535,834 - 42,535,939UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,786,947 - 40,787,052UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10452.8UniSTS
RH144075  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,527,332 - 41,527,523 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,760,250 - 42,760,440NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,571,270 - 42,571,460UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,822,714 - 40,822,904UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10452.7UniSTS
BF416798  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,241,330 - 41,241,420 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,472,725 - 42,472,814NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,288,738 - 42,288,827UniSTSRnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,643,969 - 42,644,058UniSTSRGSC3.4
Celera1040,537,358 - 40,537,447UniSTS
RH 3.4 Map10441.0UniSTS
BF390153  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,218,612 - 41,218,784 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,449,623 - 42,449,794NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,265,636 - 42,265,807UniSTSRnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,621,259 - 42,621,430UniSTSRGSC3.4
Celera1040,514,678 - 40,514,849UniSTS
AU049595  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,261,128 - 41,261,344 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,492,689 - 42,492,906NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,308,480 - 42,308,697UniSTSRnor5.0
RGSC_v3.41042,663,835 - 42,664,052UniSTSRGSC3.4
Celera1040,556,980 - 40,557,203UniSTS
AU049867  
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)SourceJBrowse
mRatBN7.21041,523,343 - 41,523,566 (+)MAPPERmRatBN7.2
Rnor_6.01042,756,267 - 42,756,489NCBIRnor6.0
Rnor_5.01042,567,294 - 42,567,516UniSTSRnor5.0
Celera1040,818,668 - 40,818,890UniSTS


Expression


RNA-SEQ Expression
High: > 1000 TPM value   Medium: Between 11 and 1000 TPM
Low: Between 0.5 and 10 TPM   Below Cutoff: < 0.5 TPM

alimentary part of gastrointestinal system circulatory system endocrine system exocrine system hemolymphoid system hepatobiliary system integumental system musculoskeletal system nervous system renal system reproductive system respiratory system appendage
High
Medium 64 2 4
Low 1 31 14 1 15 1 4 4 6 21 15 11 4
Below cutoff 2 12 15 12 3 12 4 7 4 8 22 4

Sequence


Reference Sequences
RefSeq Acc Id: ENSRNOT00000071615   ⟹   ENSRNOP00000064722
RefSeq Status:
Type: CODING
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)Source
mRatBN7.2 Ensembl1041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)Ensembl
Rnor_6.0 Ensembl1042,618,487 - 42,760,200 (+)Ensembl
RefSeq Acc Id: ENSRNOT00000073148   ⟹   ENSRNOP00000066072
RefSeq Status:
Type: CODING
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)Source
mRatBN7.2 Ensembl1041,380,221 - 41,527,283 (+)Ensembl
Rnor_6.0 Ensembl1042,614,713 - 42,760,129 (+)Ensembl
RefSeq Acc Id: ENSRNOT00000081136   ⟹   ENSRNOP00000074119
RefSeq Status:
Type: CODING
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)Source
mRatBN7.2 Ensembl1041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)Ensembl
Rnor_6.0 Ensembl1042,614,713 - 42,760,129 (+)Ensembl
RefSeq Acc Id: NM_031608   ⟹   NP_113796
RefSeq Status: VALIDATED
Type: CODING
Position:
Rat AssemblyChrPosition (strand)Source
mRatBN7.21041,210,713 - 41,527,283 (+)NCBI
Rnor_6.01042,441,723 - 42,760,200 (+)NCBI
Rnor_5.01042,257,736 - 42,571,220 (+)NCBI
RGSC_v3.41042,613,359 - 42,616,610 (+)RGD
Celera1040,506,762 - 40,822,664 (+)RGD
Sequence:
Reference Sequences
RefSeq Acc Id: NP_113796   ⟸   NM_031608
- Peptide Label: precursor
- UniProtKB: P19490 (UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot)
- Sequence:
RefSeq Acc Id: ENSRNOP00000066072   ⟸   ENSRNOT00000073148
RefSeq Acc Id: ENSRNOP00000074119   ⟸   ENSRNOT00000081136
RefSeq Acc Id: ENSRNOP00000064722   ⟸   ENSRNOT00000071615
Protein Domains
Lig_chan-Glu_bd   PBPe

Protein Structures
Name Modeler Protein Id AA Range Protein Structure
AF-P19490-F1-model_v2 AlphaFold P19490 1-907 view protein structure

Transcriptome

eQTL   View at Phenogen
WGCNA   View at Phenogen
Tissue/Strain Expression   View at Phenogen


Additional Information

Database Acc Id Source(s)
AGR Gene RGD:621531 AgrOrtholog
BioCyc Gene G2FUF-25030 BioCyc
Ensembl Genes ENSRNOG00000045816 Ensembl, ENTREZGENE, UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
Ensembl Protein ENSRNOP00000064722 ENTREZGENE, UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  ENSRNOP00000066072.3 UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  ENSRNOP00000074119 UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
Ensembl Transcript ENSRNOT00000071615 ENTREZGENE, UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  ENSRNOT00000073148.3 UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  ENSRNOT00000081136 UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
InterPro ANF_lig-bd_rcpt UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  Glu/Gly-bd UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  Iono_rcpt_met UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  Iontro_rcpt UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  Peripla_BP_I UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
KEGG Report rno:50592 UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot
NCBI Gene 50592 ENTREZGENE
Pfam ANF_receptor UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  Lig_chan UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  Lig_chan-Glu_bd UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
PhenoGen Gria1 PhenoGen
PRINTS NMDARECEPTOR UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
SMART Lig_chan-Glu_bd UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  PBPe UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
Superfamily-SCOP SSF53822 UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, UniProtKB/TrEMBL
UniProt A0A0G2K798_RAT UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  GRIA1_RAT UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot
  M0R5P7_RAT UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  M0R9A7_RAT UniProtKB/TrEMBL
  P19490 ENTREZGENE


Nomenclature History
Date Current Symbol Current Name Previous Symbol Previous Name Description Reference Status
2016-02-11 Gria1  glutamate ionotropic receptor AMPA type subunit 1  Gria1  glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA 1  Nomenclature updated to reflect human and mouse nomenclature 1299863 APPROVED
2008-10-24 Gria1  glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA 1  Gria1  glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA1 (alpha 1)  Nomenclature updated to reflect human and mouse nomenclature 1299863 APPROVED
2004-02-26 Gria1  glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA1 (alpha 1)      Symbol and Name status set to approved 625702 APPROVED
2002-08-07 Gria1  glutamate receptor, ionotropic, AMPA1 (alpha 1)      Symbol and Name status set to provisional 70820 PROVISIONAL