Open Reading Frame (ORF)
Nucleic length (bp)
Amino acid sequence
ENSMUSG00000049128, Ivl, MGI:96626
The MetamORF ID of the transcript. This is an arbitrary ID that does not correspond to any official (Ensembl, NCBI...) transcript ID or external reference.
The official transcript ID (usually an Ensembl ID, e.g. ENST00000395565).
The biotype of the transcript (as defined by Ensembl).
The relative positions of the start and stop codons of the ORF on the transcript.
The method of identification used to identify the ORF. MetamORF currently integrates data from three main type of identification methods: bioinformatic predictions, ribosome profiling experiments and mass spectrometry experiments (either proteomics or proteogenomics). See the data sources section of the advances documentation for more information about this.
The start codon sequence of the ORF.
The sequence flanking the start codon of the ORF on the transcript. This sequence registered the nucleotides from -6 to +4 positions, where +1 corresponds to the first nucleotide of the ORF start codon.
The Kozak context computed by our algorithm for the ORF on the transcript. See the Kozak contexts section of the advanced documentation for more details regarding the nomenclature we use.
The number of original datasets that identifed the ORF on the transcript.
The data sources in which the ORF has been identified. Click on the button to display all the original IDs in a pop-up. See the data sources section of the advanced documentation for more details regarding the information related to the data sources and the original ORF IDs.
A comma-separated list of the annotations computed by our algorithm for the ORF on the transcript. See the section dedicated to ORF annotations in the advanced documentation for more details regarding the nomenclature we use.
A comma-separated list of the cell types in which the ORF has already been identified on the transcript.
|20||ENSMUST00000053107||protein_coding||1179 - 1244||
Liver, MEF, MESC,