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Gene FBXW7
Variant Q47*
Impact List nonsense
Protein Effect loss of function - predicted
Gene Variant Descriptions FBXW7 Q47* results in a premature truncation of the Fbxw7 protein at amino acid 47 of 707 (UniProt.org). Q47* has not been characterized however, due to the effects of other truncation mutations downstream of Q47 (PMID: 30510140, PMID: 24838835), is predicted to lead to a loss of Fbxw7 protein function.
Associated Drug Resistance
Category Variants Paths

FBXW7 mutant FBXW7 inact mut FBXW7 Q47*

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Transcript NM_033632.3
gDNA chr4:g.152411665G>A
cDNA c.139C>T
Protein p.Q47*
Source Database RefSeq
Genome Build GRCh38/hg38
Transcript gDNA cDNA Protein Source Database Genome Build
XM_047415901.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532084 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_033632 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_024454124.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017008362 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_001257069.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532084.2 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_047415898.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532084.3 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532085 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_047415899.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_001257069 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_047415900.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532085.2 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532083 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_024454123.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_001349798.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_033632.3 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_024454123.2 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_047415897.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_033632.3 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_001349798.2 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_001257069.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_024454121.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011532085.3 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_024454122.1 chr4:g.152411665G>A c.139C>T p.Q47* RefSeq GRCh38/hg38

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Molecular Profile Protein Effect Treatment Approaches
FBXW7 Q47* loss of function - predicted mTORC1 Inhibitor