Introduction to Data on Imprinted Genes

The data on Genomic Imprinting held within MouseBook comprise information on mouse chromosome regions associated with imprinted phenotypes, imprinted genes within these regions, and imprinted genes in other regions of the genome. The Composite Imprinting Map shows all chromosomes with imprinted genes and/or regions or phenotypes. The individual imprinting maps show greater detail of the position of imprinted regions and imprinted phenotypes. Regions of human homology for mouse imprinted regions are shown on the left of the individual maps, and are linked to references for human imprinted genes on http://igc.otago.ac.nz/. More information on the imprinted genes shown on the maps can be obtained from the tables of imprinted genes and their functions. The genes in the table are listed in Chromosome order. The order of the genes on each Chromosome, as shown on the map, is based on nucleotide position from MGI. Some imprinted genes are not listed in MGI; they are in order on the map and are at the end of the entries for each chromosome in the table.

The maps were formerly published in Mouse Genome and are based on mouse genetic studies in which Robertsonian (Rb) and reciprocal (T) translocations have been used to generate uniparental disomies and uniparental duplications of whole or selected chromosome regions, respectively. The approved Nomenclature Rules applicable to these genetic studies are also given. Chromosome regions exhibiting imprinting effects (phenotypes) with 2 maternal (M) and no paternal, or 2 paternal (P) and no maternal copies are illustrated on both the ideogram, Evans (1996), Beechey & Evans (2004) and genetic maps. These maps are not exhaustive as some imprinting effects may be subtle. Imprinted genes within domains are not necessarily shown in the correct order relative to each other or to chromosomal orientation (centromere to telomere).

Other areas of the genome where imprinted genes have been identified are also shown, (chromosome 1, 5, 10, 13, 14, 15 and 19), despite no obvious abnormal phenotype being associated with maternal or paternal duplication.

All currently known imprinted genes, imprinted small nucleolar RNAs (snoRNAs), microRNAs, (miRNAs) and their expressed parental allele are identified on the individual maps, along with the chromosome anomalies used to define each imprinting region. Gene symbols written in red are expressed from the maternal allele and those in blue from the paternal allele. MGI gene smbols are used. Each imprinted gene has links to the appropriate reference(s). Symbols for Robertsonian (Rb) translocations used to identify imprinting phenotypes are shown above each chromosome. The positions of reciprocal translocations (T) which currently define the regions with imprinting phenotypes are shown in bold with their positions, if known, on both the linkage and physical maps. Other reciprocal translocations, insertions (Is) and deletions (Del) that have been used to define or investigate imprinting regions are also identified.

Evans EP (1996) Standard Idiogram. In Lyon MF, Rastan S & Brown SDM (eds.) Genetic Variants and Strains of the Laboratory Mouse , 3rd ed. Oxford University Press: pp 1446-1448

Beechey CV & Evans EP (2004), MRC Harwell, Harwell, Oxfordshire. Standard Ideogram/Anomaly Breakpoints of the Mouse (URL:http://www.har.mrc.ac.uk/).

Lyon MF, Cocking Y & Gao XQ (1997) Mouse Genome 94 :29-77

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Prox 2Dist 2Prox 6Prox 7Cent 7Dist 7Dist 9Prox 11Dist 12Prox 17Cent 18
RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Prox 2MatDp(prox2)centT11HFeotal/placental growth retardation, postnatal viableGatm, Sfmbt2
PatDp(prox2)centT11HNormal feotal growth, placental overgrowth, postnatal viableGatm, Sfmbt2
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Dist 2MatDp(dist2)T2WaT28HHypoactive, lethalNespas, Gnas
PatDp(dist2)T2WaT28HHyperactive, oedematous, lethalNespas, Gnas
MatDp(dist2)T11HT26H?Hypoactive, lethal
PatDp(dist2)T11HT26H?Hyperactive, oedematous, lethal
MatDp(dist2)T26HT2Wadecreased cerebellar folding Nnat, Blcap
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Prox 6MatDp(prox6) centromere to A3.2centT77Hearly embryonic lethalitySgce, Asb4, Dlx5, Calcr, Peg10, Ppp1r9a, Pon2, Pon3, Tfpi2, Casd1
MatDp(prox6) A3.2 - to C2T77HT6AdFoetal growth retardationCopg2, Copg2as2, Nap1l5, Klf14, Mest, Copg2as1, Mir335
PatDp (prox6) A3.2 - to C2T77HT6AdFoetal overgrowthCopg2, Copg2as2, Nap1l5, Klf14, Mest, Copg2as1, Mir335
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Beechey CV A reassessment of imprinting regions and phenotypes on mouse chromosome 6: Nap1l5 locates within the currently defined sub-proximal imprinting region. Cytogenetic and genome research. 2004();107(1-2):108-14 PUBMED
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Beechey CV & Cattanach BM (1989) Mouse News Letter 84:82-83
back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Prox 7MatDp(prox7)centT40AdFoetal/Placental growth retardation, viablePeg3, Zim1, Usp29, Zim3, Zfp264, Zim2, Apeg3
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Buettner VL,Longmate JA,Barish ME,Mann JR,Singer-Sam J Analysis of imprinting in mice with uniparental duplication of proximal chromosomes 7 and 15 by use of a custom oligonucleotide microarray. Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society. 2004();15(3):199-209 PUBMED
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Cent 7MatDp(cent7)Is1CtT9Hpostnatal lethality. PWSSnrpn, Mkrn3, Zfp127as, Ipw, Ube3a, Ndn, Snurf, Magel2, Snord116, Snord64, Snord115, Peg12, Atp10a, Ube3a-as, Pec2, Pec3
PatDp(cent7)T43Ad / T30AdT9Hpostnatal growth / viability / behaviour. ASSnrpn, Mkrn3, Zfp127as, Ipw, Ube3a, Ndn, Snurf, Magel2, Snord116, Snord64, Snord115, Peg12, Atp10a, Ube3a-as, Pec2, Pec3
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Dist 7MatDp(dist7)T65Hterlate foetal lethalityIns2, H19, Igf2, Ascl2, Cdkn1c, Phlda2, Kcnq1, Igf2as, Cd81, Tssc4, Osbpl5, AF313042, Nap1l4, Th, Tspan32, Slc22a18, Tnfrsf23, Dhcr7, Kcnq1ot1
PatDp(dist7)T65Hterearly embryonic lethalityIns2, H19, Igf2, Ascl2, Cdkn1c, Phlda2, Kcnq1, Igf2as, Cd81, Tssc4, Osbpl5, AF313042, Nap1l4, Th, Tspan32, Slc22a18, Tnfrsf23, Dhcr7, Kcnq1ot1
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Dist 9MatDp(dist9)T45Hterpostnatal growth retardationRasgrf1, Mir184
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Prox 11MatDp(prox11)centT41AdFeotal/placental growth retardationDdc, Grb10, Cobl, Zrsr1, Commd1, Grb10as
PatDp(prox11)centT41AdFeotal/placental overgrowthDdc, Grb10, Cobl, Zrsr1, Commd1, Grb10as
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Cattanach BM,Beechey CV,Peters J Interactions between imprinting effects: summary and review. Cytogenetic and genome research. 2006();113(1-4):17-23 PUBMED
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Dist 12MatDp(dist12)T52Hter (Del75H)late embryonic/neonatal lethality, & reduced growthDlk1, Meg3, Rtl1, AF357428, AF357341, Dio3, Mir376b, Mir154, Mir337, Mir433, Mir411, Mir127, Mir380, Mir370, Mir136, AF357426, Mir134, Mir410, , AF357425, Mir434, Mir431, Rian, Begain, Mico1, Mico1os, MBII-426, MBII-343, AK050713, AK053394, AntiRtl1
PatDp(dist12)T52Hter (Del75H, T31H)late embryonic lethality, & growth enhancementDlk1, Meg3, Rtl1, AF357428, AF357341, Dio3, Mir376b, Mir154, Mir337, Mir433, Mir411, Mir127, Mir380, Mir370, Mir136, AF357426, Mir134, Mir410, , AF357425, Mir434, Mir431, Rian, Begain, Mico1, Mico1os, MBII-426, MBII-343, AK050713, AK053394, AntiRtl1
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Prox 17PatDp(prox17)17A3.117A3.3neonatal lethality (Tme)Slc22a3, Slc22a2, Airn, Igf2r, Pde10a
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back to top RegionUniparental DuplicationProxBkptDisBkptEffectsLoci
Cent 18MatDp(18)centterfoetal growth retardation?Impact
PatDp(18)centterfoetal growth retardation?Impact
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LociChromosome Chromosome RegionExpressed Parental Allele Name
Gpr1 1-PG protein-coupled receptor 1
Zdbf2 1-Pzinc finger, DBF-type containing 2
Sfmbt2 2prox 2PScm-like with four mbt domains 2
Wt1 2-MWilms tumor 1 homolog
Gatm 2prox 2Mglycine amidinotransferase (L-arginine:glycine amidinotransferase)
H13 2-Mhistocompatibility 13
Mcts2 2-Pmalignant T cell amplified sequence 2
Nnat 2dist 2Pneuronatin
Blcap 2dist 2Mbladder cancer associated protein homolog (human)
Zfp64 2-Pzinc finger protein 64
Gnas 2dist 2MGNAS (guanine nucleotide binding protein, alpha stimulating) complex locus
Nespas 2dist 2Pneuroendocrine secretory protein antisense
Jade1 3-Pjade family PHD finger 1
Htra3 5-MHtrA serine peptidase 3
Mkrn1-ps1 5-Pmakorin, ring finger protein 1, pseudogene 1
Calcr 6prox 6Mcalcitonin receptor
Tfpi2 6prox 6Mtissue factor pathway inhibitor 2
Casd1 6prox 6MCAS1 domain containing 1
Sgce 6prox 6Psarcoglycan, epsilon
Peg10 6prox 6Ppaternally expressed 10
Ppp1r9a 6prox 6Mprotein phosphatase 1, regulatory (inhibitor) subunit 9A
Pon3 6prox 6Mparaoxonase 3
Pon2 6prox 6Mparaoxonase 2
Asb4 6prox 6Mankyrin repeat and SOCS box-containing 4
Dlx5 6prox 6Mdistal-less homeobox 5
Mest 6prox 6Pmesoderm specific transcript
Mir335 6prox 6PmicroRNA 335
Copg2 6prox 6Mcoatomer protein complex, subunit gamma 2
Klf14 6prox 6MKruppel-like factor 14
Nap1l5 6prox 6Pnucleosome assembly protein 1-like 5
Cntn3 6-Mcontactin 3
Klrb1f 6-Mkiller cell lectin-like receptor subfamily B member 1F
Copg2os2 6prox 6Pcoatomer protein complex, subunit gamma 2, opposite strand 2
Copg2os1 6prox 6Pcoatomer protein complex, subunit gamma 2, opposite strand 1
Zim1 7prox 7Mzinc finger, imprinted 1
Peg3 7prox 7Ppaternally expressed 3
Usp29 7prox 7Pubiquitin specific peptidase 29
Axl 7-MAXL receptor tyrosine kinase
Atp10a 7cent 7MATPase, class V, type 10A
Ube3a 7cent 7Mubiquitin protein ligase E3A
Ipw 7cent 7Pimprinted gene in the Prader-Willi syndrome region
Snord64 7cent 7Psmall nucleolar RNA, C/D box 64
Snurf 7cent 7PSNRPN upstream reading frame
Snrpn 7cent 7Psmall nuclear ribonucleoprotein N
Ndn 7cent 7Pnecdin
Magel2 7cent 7Pmelanoma antigen, family L, 2
Mkrn3 7cent 7Pmakorin, ring finger protein, 3
Peg12 7cent 7Ppaternally expressed 12
Art5 7-MADP-ribosyltransferase 5
Ampd3 7-Madenosine monophosphate deaminase 3
H19 7dist 7MH19, imprinted maternally expressed transcript
Igf2os 7dist 7Pinsulin-like growth factor 2, opposite strand
Igf2 7dist 7Pinsulin-like growth factor 2
Ins2 7dist 7Pinsulin II
Th 7dist 7Mtyrosine hydroxylase
Ascl2 7dist 7Machaete-scute complex homolog 2 (Drosophila)
Tspan32 7dist 7Mtetraspanin 32
Cd81 7dist 7MCD81 antigen
Tssc4 7dist 7Mtumor-suppressing subchromosomal transferable fragment 4
Kcnq1 7dist 7Mpotassium voltage-gated channel, subfamily Q, member 1
Kcnq1ot1 7dist 7PKCNQ1 overlapping transcript 1
Cdkn1c 7dist 7Mcyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 1C (P57)
Slc22a18 7dist 7Msolute carrier family 22 (organic cation transporter), member 18
Phlda2 7dist 7Mpleckstrin homology-like domain, family A, member 2
Nap1l4 7dist 7Mnucleosome assembly protein 1-like 4
Tnfrsf23 7dist 7Mtumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily, member 23
Osbpl5 7dist 7Moxysterol binding protein-like 5
Dhcr7 7dist 7M7-dehydrocholesterol reductase
Snord116 7cent 7Psmall nucleolar RNA, C/D box 116 cluster
AF313042 7dist 7McDNA sequence AF313042
Mkrn3os 7cent 7Pmakorin, ring finger protein 3, opposite strand
Snord115 7cent 7Psmall nucleolar RNA, C/D Box 115 cluster
Zim3 7prox 7Mzinc finger, imprinted 3
Zfp264 7prox 7Pzinc finger protein 264
Zim2 7prox 7Mzinc finger, imprinted 2
Apeg3 7prox 7PApeg3
Ube3a-as 7cent 7PUbe3a-as
Pec2 7cent 7PPec2
Pec3 7cent 7PPec3
Inpp5f_v2 7-PInpp5f_v2
Inpp5f_v3 7-PInpp5f_v3
PIHit 7-PPIHit
Mir184 9dist 9PmicroRNA 184
Rasgrf1 9dist 9PRAS protein-specific guanine nucleotide-releasing factor 1
Mst1r 9-Mmacrophage stimulating 1 receptor (c-met-related tyrosine kinase)
A19 9-PA19
AK029869 9-PAK029869
Plagl1 10-Ppleiomorphic adenoma gene-like 1
Phactr2 10-Mphosphatase and actin regulator 2
Dcn 10-Mdecorin
Ddc 11prox 11Pdopa decarboxylase
Grb10 11prox 11Mgrowth factor receptor bound protein 10
Cobl 11prox 11Mcordon-bleu WH2 repeat
Zrsr1 11prox 11Pzinc finger (CCCH type), RNA binding motif and serine/arginine rich 1
Commd1 11prox 11MCOMM domain containing 1
Grb10as 11prox 11MGrb10as
Scin 12-Mscinderin
Begain 12dist 12Pbrain-enriched guanylate kinase-associated
Dlk1 12dist 12Pdelta-like 1 homolog (Drosophila)
Meg3 12dist 12Mmaternally expressed 3
Mir337 12dist 12MmicroRNA 337
Mir431 12dist 12MmicroRNA 431
Mir433 12dist 12MmicroRNA 433
Mir127 12dist 12MmicroRNA 127
Mir434 12dist 12MmicroRNA 434
Mir136 12dist 12MmicroRNA 136
Rtl1 12dist 12Pretrotransposon-like 1
Rian 12dist 12MRNA imprinted and accumulated in nucleus
Mir370 12dist 12MmicroRNA 370
AF357425 12dist 12MsnoRNA AF357425
AF357428 12dist 12MsnoRNA AF357428
AF357341 12dist 12MsnoRNA AF357341
Mir411 12dist 12MmicroRNA 411
Mir380 12dist 12MmicroRNA 380
Mir376b 12dist 12MmicroRNA 376b
Mir134 12dist 12MmicroRNA 134
Mir154 12dist 12MmicroRNA 154
Mir410 12dist 12MmicroRNA 410
Dio3 12dist 12Pdeiodinase, iodothyronine type III
AF357426 12dist 12MsnoRNA AF357426
Mico1 12dist 12MMico1
Mico1os 12dist 12MMico1os
MBII-426 12dist 12MMBII-426
MBII-343 12dist 12MMBII-343
AK050713 12dist 12MAK050713
AK053394 12dist 12MAK053394
AntiRtl1 12dist 12MAntiRtl1
Cmah 13-Mcytidine monophospho-N-acetylneuraminic acid hydroxylase
Drd1a 13-Mdopamine receptor D1A
Pde4d 13-Pphosphodiesterase 4D, cAMP specific
Htr2a 14-M5-hydroxytryptamine (serotonin) receptor 2A
Kcnk9 15-Mpotassium channel, subfamily K, member 9
Peg13 15-Ppaternally expressed 13
Trappc9 15-Mtrafficking protein particle complex 9
Slc38a4 15-Psolute carrier family 38, member 4
Fbxo40 16-MF-box protein 40
Pde10a 17-Mphosphodiesterase 10A
Slc22a3 17prox 17Msolute carrier family 22 (organic cation transporter), member 3
Slc22a2 17prox 17Msolute carrier family 22 (organic cation transporter), member 2
Airn 17prox 17Pantisense Igf2r RNA
Igf2r 17prox 17Minsulin-like growth factor 2 receptor
Qpct 17-Mglutaminyl-peptide cyclotransferase (glutaminyl cyclase)
Impact 18cent 18Pimpact, RWD domain protein
Tbc1d12 19-PTBC1D12: TBC1 domain family, member 12
Ins1 19-Pinsulin I
Fthl17X-Pferritin, heavy polypeptide-like 17
Xlr3bX-MX-linked lymphocyte-regulated 3B
Xlr4bX-MX-linked lymphocyte-regulated 4B
Xlr4cX-MX-linked lymphocyte-regulated 4C
Rhox5X-Preproductive homeobox 5