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The c.-14C>T variant almost always results in type V OI. No more patients with this variant will be added to the database unless the resulting OI type is other than type V.

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General information
Gene name interferon induced transmembrane protein 5
Gene symbol IFITM5
Chromosome Location 11p15.5
Database location Dalgleish Laboratory, Department of Genetics, University of Leicester, UK
Curator Raymond Dalgleish and Ivana Osredek
PubMed references View all (unique) PubMed references in the IFITM5 database
Date of creation August 17, 2012
Last update August 27, 2019
Version IFITM5 190827
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Reference sequence file Genomic reference sequence for describing sequence variants
Genomic refseq ID NG_032892.1
Transcript refseq ID NM_001025295.2
Exon/intron information Exon/intron information table
Total number of unique DNA variants reported 2
Total number of individuals with variant(s) 46
Total number of variants reported 46
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NOTE The work leading to the establishment of this LSDB was supported by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement nÂș 200754 - the GEN2PHEN project.

Graphical displays and utilities
Summary tables Summary of all sequence variants in the IFITM5 database, sorted by type of variant (with graphical displays and statistics)
Reading-frame checker The Reading-frame checker generates a prediction of the effect of whole-exon changes
UCSC Genome Browser Show variants in the UCSC Genome Browser (compact view)
Ensembl Genome Browser Show variants in the Ensembl Genome Browser (compact view)
NCBI Sequence Viewer Show distribution histogram of variants in the NCBI Sequence Viewer

Sequence variant tables
Unique sequence variants Listing of all unique sequence variants in the IFITM5 database, without patient data
Complete sequence variant listing Listing of all sequence variants in the IFITM5 database
Variants with no known pathogenicity Listing of all IFITM5 variants reported to have no noticeable phenotypic effect (note: excluding variants of unknown effect)

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By type of variant View all sequence variants of a certain type
Simple search Query the database by selecting the most important variables (exon number, type of variant, disease phenotype)
Advanced search Query the database by selecting a combination of variables
Based on patient origin View all variants based on your patient origin search terms
Search through hidden entries Find the number of variant entries in the database (including hidden entries) matching your search terms.

Links to other resources
HGNC 16644
Entrez Gene 387733
OMIM - Gene 614757
OMIM - Disease Osteogenesis imperfecta type V
UniProtKB (SwissProt/TrEMBL) A6NNB3
GeneCards IFITM5
GeneTests IFITM5

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