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Trait Data and Analysis  for Record ID 4714688

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Gene Symbol: Chrna3
Aliases: (a)3; A730007P14Rik; Acra-3; Acra3; MGC104879
Description: cholinergic receptor, nicotinic, alpha polypeptide 3; exon 5
Location: Chr 9 @ 55.012809 Mb on the minus strand
Target Score: BLAT specificity: 1.0   Score: 97  
Species and Group: Mouse, MDP
Database 3: UMUTAffy Hippocampus Exon (Feb09) RMA MDP
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  Basic Statistics



StatisticValue
N of Samples21
Mean6.933
Median6.858
Standard Error (SE)0.072
Standard Deviation (SD)0.332
Minimum6.327
Maximum7.534
Range (log2)1.208
Range (fold)2.310
Interquartile Range1.284

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The Literature Correlation (Lit r) between this gene and all other genes is computed
using the Semantic Gene Organizer and human, rat, and mouse data from PubMed.
Values are ranked by Lit r, but Sample r and Tissue r are also displayed.

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The Tissue Correlation (Tissue r) estimates the similarity of expression of two genes
or transcripts across different cells, tissues, or organs (glossary). Tissue correlations
are generated by analyzing expression in multiple samples usually taken from single cases.
Pearson and Spearman Rank correlations have been computed for all pairs of genes
using data from mouse samples.

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chromosomes. The Permutation Test estimates suggestive and significant
linkage scores. The Bootstrap Test estimates the precision of the QTL location.

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Pair-Scan searches for pairs of chromosomal regions that are
involved in two-locus epistatic interactions.

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IndexSampleValue SE
1 129P1/ReJ ±
2 129P3/J ±
3 129PFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
4 129S1/SvImJ ±
5 129S4/SvJae ±
6 129S6/SvEv ±
7 129S6/SvEvTac ±
8 129T2/SvEmsJ ±
9 129X1/SvJ ±
10 A/HeJ ±
11 A/J ±
12 A/WySnJ ±
13 AFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
14 AKFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
15 AKR/J ±
16 ALR/LtJ ±
17 ALS/LtJ ±
18 B6D2F1 ±
19 B6AF1/J ±
20 B6C3F1/J ±
21 B6SJLF1/J ±
22 B10FVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
23 B6.Cg-A<y>/J ±
24 B6.Cg-Tub<tub>/J ±
25 B6.Cg-m +/+ Lepr<db>/J ±
26 B6.V-Lep<ob>/J ±
27 B6129XF1 ±
28 B6CBAF1/J ±
29 B6IcrFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
30 BALB/cByJ ±
31 BALB/cJ ±
32 BDP/J ±
33 BFM/2Ms ±
34 BKS.Cg-m +/+ Lepr<db>/J ±
35 BKS.HRS-Cpe<fat>/J ±
36 BLG2/Ms ±
37 BPH/2J ±
38 BPL/1J ±
39 BPN/3J ±
40 BRFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
41 BTBRT<+>tf/J ±
42 BUB/BnJ ±
43 BUFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
44 BXSB/MpJ ±
45 C3H/HeJ ±
46 C3H/HeOuJ ±
47 C3H/HeSnJ ±
48 C3HeB/FeJ ±
49 C3IcrFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
50 C57BL/10J ±
51 C57BL/10ScSn ±
52 C57BL/10SnJ ±
53 C57BL/6ByJ ±
54 C57BL/6J ±
55 C57BLKS/J ±
56 C57BR/cdJ ±
57 C57L/J ±
58 C58/J ±
59 C58FVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
60 CAF1/J ±
61 CAFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
62 CaJFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
63 CALB/RkJ ±
64 CASA/RkJ ±
65 CAST/EiJ ±
66 CB6F1/J ±
67 CBA/CaJ ±
68 CBA/J ±
69 CE/J ±
70 CEFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
71 CIM ±
72 Clcn3<KO> ±
73 CIcrFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
74 CTP ±
75 CZECHI/EiJ ±
76 CZECHII/EiJ ±
77 D1FVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
78 D2B6F1 ±
79 D2FVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
80 DBA/1J ±
81 DBA/1LacJ ±
82 DBA/2HaSmnJ ±
83 DBA/2J ±
84 DDK/Pas ±
85 FVB-Tg(MMTV) ±
86 FVB/NJ ±
87 Gabbr1<KO> ±
88 Garba1<KO> ±
89 Gnb5<KO> ±
90 Gpr19<KO> ±
91 HMI/Ms ±
92 I/LnJ ±
93 IDH2/Ei ±
94 IFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
95 ILS ±
96 ILS/Bg ±
97 IS/CamRkJ ±
98 ISS ±
99 ISS/Bg ±
100 JF1/Ms ±
101 KJR/Ms ±
102 KK/HlJ ±
103 KKFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
104 LEWES/EiJ ±
105 LG/J ±
106 LP/J ±
107 LPFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
108 MA/MyJ ±
109 MAI ±
110 MAI/Pas ±
111 MBT ±
112 MOFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
113 MOLC/RkJ ±
114 MOLD/RkJ ±
115 MOLF/EiJ ±
116 MRL/MpJ ±
117 MRL/MpJ-Fas<lpr>/J ±
118 MSM/Ms ±
119 MusSpretusOutbred1 ±
120 MusSpretusOutbred2 ±
121 NJL/Ms ±
122 NOD.NON-H2<nb1>/LtJ ±
123 NOD/ShiLtJ ±
124 NOFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
125 NON/LtJ ±
126 NOR/LtJ ±
127 NZB/BlNJ ±
128 NZBFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
129 NZO/HlLtJ ±
130 NZW/LacJ ±
131 NZWFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
132 Nyx<nob> ±
133 O20 ±
134 P/J ±
135 PANCEVO/EiJ ±
136 PERA/EiJ ±
137 PERC/EiJ ±
138 PFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
139 PL/J ±
140 PWD/PhJ ±
141 PWK/Pas ±
142 PWK/PhJ ±
143 PWK/Rbrc ±
144 PWK/Ros ±
145 Qsi5 ±
146 RBA/DnJ ±
147 RBF/DnJ ±
148 RF/J ±
149 RFFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
150 RIIIS/J ±
151 Rpe65<rd12> ±
152 SB/LeJ ±
153 SEA/GnJ ±
154 SEC/1ReJ ±
155 SEFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
156 SEG/Pas ±
157 SENCARA/PtJ ±
158 SENCARB/PtJ ±
159 SENCARC/PtJ ±
160 SF/CamEiJ ±
161 SJL/Bm ±
162 SJL/J ±
163 SKH2/J ±
164 SKIVE/EiJ ±
165 SM/J ±
166 SPRET/EiJ ±
167 ST/bJ ±
168 STFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
169 SWFVBF1-TgN(MMTV) ±
170 SWN/Ms ±
171 SWR/J ±
172 SWRB6F1 ±
173 SWRD2F1 ±
174 SWXL4/TyJ ±
175 TIRANO/EiJ ±
176 WMP/PasDnJ ±
177 WSB/EiJ ±
178 YBR/EiJ ±
179 ZALENDE/EiJ ±

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