The Interleukin-6-dependent DNA-binding protein gene (transcription factor 5: TCF5) maps to human chromosome 20 and rat chromosome 3, the IL6 receptor locus (IL6R) to human chromosome 1 and rat chromosome 2, and the rat IL6 gene to rat chromosome 4

Szpirer, J.; Szpirer, C.; Rivière, M.; Houart, C.; Baumann, M.; Fey, G.H.; Poli, V.; Cortese, R.; Islam, M.Q.; Levan, G.

Genomics 10(3): 539-546


ISSN/ISBN: 0888-7543
PMID: 1889804
Accession: 007912309

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Using two panels of somatic cell hybrids segregating either human or rat chromosomes, the gene encoding the interleukin-6-dependent DNA-binding protein, also called liver activator protein (designated transcription factor 5: TCF5), was assigned to human chromosome 20 and to rat chromosome 3. The TCF5 gene might be identical with the NF-IL6 gene. The locus encoding the IL6 receptor gene (IL6R) was localized to human chromosome 1 and rat chromosome 2. An IL6R-like (IL6RL) locus was also assigned to human chromosome 9. In addition, the rat interleukin-6(IL6) gene was assigned to rat chromosome 4. These mapping data allow one to extend comparison between the rat, mouse, and human gene maps.