Day 238 (10q21.1-10q21.3): a jumonji domain protein


Day 238 has 20 protein-coding genes (browser view) including JMJD1C (jumonji domain containing 1C).

This protein is named for a jumonji domain, which per the discoverers:

The gene was named for the morphology produced by the normal neural groove and abnormal grooves on the neural plates of jmj mutant mice. The morphology resembles a cross, and “jumonji” means cruciform in Japanese.

Many jumonji-domain proteins work to regulate DNA epigenetically, but for many the function is unknown.

Click here to see all 8362339 letters of Day 238 with JMCD1C underlined.

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