ENSG-like CATG Identifier?
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aaragak1 ▴ 40

Hello all,

I've been giving some expression data which has rather perplexing identifiers. Along with Ensembl ENSG identifiers, it also has similar CATG identifiers (eg CATG00000000004) that I can seem to find nothing about. I know the answer is probably obvious to the initiated, but I'm stumped - any help would be appreciated.

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GenoMax 115k

They appear to be from lncRNAKB. Check this file. They are also in this GTF file.

lnckb.60009 chr10   100268853   100270417   FANTOM  lncRNA  gene_id_alias "CATG00000000612.1";geneSuperClass "all_lncRNA";geneClass "lncRNA_intergenic";geneSubClass "proximal_to_coding_genes_sense_strand";gene_type "__na";gene_name "CATG00000000612.1";coding_status "nonCoding";cumulative_support "ENCODE";geneCategory "__na";DHS_type "DHS_dyadic";
lnckb.66742 chr10   100286763   100287348   NONCODE,FANTOM,LNCipedia,MITranscriptome    lncRNA  gene_id_alis_alias "CATG00000116184.1";geneSuperClass "all_lncRNA";geneClass "lncRNA_divergent";geneSubClass "divergent_promoters";gene_type "__na";gene_name "CATG00000116184.1";coding_status "nonCoding";cumulative_support "ENCODE:FANTOM:HUBDMAP";geneCategory "p_lncRNA_divergent";DHS_type "DHS_promoter";
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Mpiro ▴ 40

Hello, Yes, we have it in our lncRNAKB knowledgebase: http://psychiatry.som.jhmi.edu/lncrnakb/gene_details.php?id=lnckb.60009.chr10:100268853-100270417

The original record is actually from FANTOM: https://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/cat/v1/#/genes/CATG00000000612.1

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