Skip to main content

Table 1 Overlapping transcriptional units in mammalian genomes previously described in the literature

From: Computational discovery of sense-antisense transcription in the human and mouse genomes

Sense Antisense References
IGF2R AIR [31]
ASE-1 ERCC1 [32]
COPG2 COPG2AS [33]
MADH5 DAMS [34]
DLX1 DLX1AS [35]
DLX6 DLX6AS [36]
GTROSA26 GTROSA26AS [37]
IGF2 IGF2AS [4]
KCNQ1 KCNQ1OT1 [38]
MCM3AP MCM3APAS [39]
MSX1 MSX1AS [11]
KLHL1 SCA8 [12]
GNAS NESP-AS [40]
FGF2 NUDT6 [41]
RFPL1 RFPL1S [42]
RFPL3 RFPL3S [42]
SLC22A1L SLC22A1LS [43]
  ST7OT1  
ST7 ST7OT2 [44-46]
  ST7OT3  
XIST TSIX [9]
MKRN3 ZNF127AS [47]
HOXA11 HOXA11-AS [48]
WT1 WIT1 [49]
EIF2S1 Not named [50]
GNRHR2 RBM8A [51]
MATN4 RBPSUHL [52]
PMCH AROM [53]
SFRS2 ET [54]
THRA NR1D1 [55]
SURF2 SURF4 [56]
TP53 Not named [57]
MYC Not named [58]
MYCN NCYM [59]
MBP MBP [60,61]
TNFRSF17 Not named [62]
GNRH1 SH [63]
HSPA1B Not named [64]
PTGER1 PRKCL1 [65]
MYB Not named [66]
COL1A1 Not named [67]
MRPL27 Not named [68]
  1. We searched reviews [1,2] and carried out keyword searches of PubMed [69], and NCBI LocusLink [70] for pairs of mammalian mRNA species known to share regions of overlap. This list does not include any of the 80 or so recently described examples of overlapping annotated mRNAs [14] ('cis-NATs') that were not observed elsewhere in the literature. A summary of these can be found in the 'cis-NATs' section of the authors' website [71].