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Gene ATM
Variant K468fs
Impact List frameshift
Protein Effect loss of function - predicted
Gene Variant Descriptions ATM K468fs results in a change in the amino acid sequence of the Atm protein beginning at 468 of 3056, likely resulting in premature truncation of the functional protein (UniProt.org). Due to the loss of all known functional domains (UniProt.org), K468fs is predicted to lead to a loss of Atm protein function.
Associated Drug Resistance
Category Variants Paths

ATM mutant ATM inact mut ATM K468fs

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Transcript NM_000051.3
gDNA chr11:g.(108250866_108250867)
cDNA c.(1402_1401)
Protein p.K468fs
Source Database RefSeq
Genome Build GRCh38/hg38
Transcript gDNA cDNA Protein Source Database Genome Build
XM_006718843 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_005271562.5 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017792.2 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017790.2 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011542843 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017791 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017790 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_001351834.1 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017789 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017792 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017791.1 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_000051.3 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011542843.2 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
NM_000051 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011542840 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_017017789.2 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_005271562 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_006718843.4 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_005271561 chr11:g.108250867_108250868delAA c.1402_1403delAA p.K468fs*18 RefSeq GRCh38/hg38
XM_011542840.3 chr11:g.(108250866_108250867) c.(1402_1401) p.K468fs RefSeq GRCh38/hg38

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