Summary ?
GeneID121268
SymbolRHEBL1
SynonymsRHEBL1c
DescriptionRas homolog enriched in brain like 1
ReferenceHGNC:HGNC:21166|Ensembl:ENSG00000167550|HPRD:15245|Vega:OTTHUMG00000170407
Gene typeprotein-coding
Map location12q13.12
Pascal p-value0.025
Sherlock p-value0.362
eGenePutamen basal ganglia

Gene in Data Sources
Gene set name Method of gene setDescriptionInfo
CV:PGCnpGenome-wide Association StudyGWAS

Section I. Genetics and epigenetics annotation

@eQTL annotation

SNP IDChromosomePositioneGeneGene Entrez IDpvalueqvalueTSS distanceeQTL type
rs2021941061249411131RHEBL1ENSG00000167550.62.87412E-60.0252677gtex_brain_putamen_basal
rs2005839261249463351RHEBL1ENSG00000167550.63.64996E-60.02457gtex_brain_putamen_basal
rs710801681249463352RHEBL1ENSG00000167550.62.56448E-60.02456gtex_brain_putamen_basal
rs2000550561249463361RHEBL1ENSG00000167550.61.0245E-60.02447gtex_brain_putamen_basal

Section II. Transcriptome annotation

General gene expression (GTEx)

Not available

Gene expression of temporal and spatial changes (BrainSpan)

Footnote:
SC: sub-cortical regions; SM: sensory-motor regions; FC: frontal cortex; and TP: temporal-parietal cortex
ST1: fetal (13 - 26 postconception weeks), ST2: early infancy to late childhood (4 months to 11 years), and ST3: adolescence to adulthood (13 - 23 years)
The bar shown representes the lower 25% and upper 25% of the expression distribution.

No co-expressed genes in brain regions


Section V. Pathway annotation

Pathway namePathway size# SZGR 2.0 genes in pathwayInfo
GARGALOVIC RESPONSE TO OXIDIZED PHOSPHOLIPIDS BLUE UP 13680All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway
CUI TCF21 TARGETS 2 UP 428266All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway
CREIGHTON ENDOCRINE THERAPY RESISTANCE 2 473224All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway
WIERENGA STAT5A TARGETS UP 217131All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway
WIERENGA STAT5A TARGETS GROUP1 13676All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway
WINZEN DEGRADED VIA KHSRP 10070All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway
ZWANG TRANSIENTLY UP BY 2ND EGF PULSE ONLY 1725838All SZGR 2.0 genes in this pathway