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Newer gene family pages are available

This is our older gene family page that is no longer maintained. Please go to our new look gene family index to view a complete list of our new maintained gene families. More information can be found in our gene families help page.

We have created a mapping file (Excel) that will map most of the old families to the new. However because we have changed the way we assign families and how we organise them, this file may not map all the old families.

Integrins

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Approved Symbol Approved Name Previous Symbols Synonyms Chromosome
ITGA1 integrin subunit alpha 1 VLA1, CD49a 5q11.2
ITGA2 integrin subunit alpha 2 CD49B CD49b 5q11.2
ITGA2B integrin subunit alpha 2b GP2B CD41B, CD41, PPP1R93 17q21.31
ITGA3 integrin subunit alpha 3 MSK18 CD49c, VLA3a, VCA-2, GAP-B3 17q21.33
ITGA4 integrin subunit alpha 4 CD49D CD49d 2q31.3
ITGA5 integrin subunit alpha 5 FNRA CD49e 12q13.13
ITGA6 integrin subunit alpha 6 CD49f 2q31.1
ITGA7 integrin subunit alpha 7 12q13.2
ITGA8 integrin subunit alpha 8 10p13
ITGA9 integrin subunit alpha 9 RLC, ITGA4L, ALPHA-RLC 3p22.2
ITGA10 integrin subunit alpha 10 1q21.1
ITGA11 integrin subunit alpha 11 HsT18964 15q23
ITGAD integrin subunit alpha D CD11d, ADB2 16p11.2
ITGAE integrin subunit alpha E CD103, HUMINAE 17p13.2
ITGAL integrin subunit alpha L CD11A LFA-1 16p11.2
ITGAM integrin subunit alpha M CR3A, CD11B MAC-1, CD11b 16p11.2
ITGAV integrin subunit alpha V VNRA, MSK8, VTNR CD51 2q32.1
ITGAX integrin subunit alpha X CD11C CD11c 16p11.2
ITGB1 integrin subunit beta 1 FNRB, MSK12, MDF2 CD29, GPIIA 10p11.22
ITGB2 integrin subunit beta 2 CD18, MFI7 LFA-1, MAC-1 21q22.3
ITGB3 integrin subunit beta 3 GP3A CD61, GPIIIa 17q21.32
ITGB4 integrin subunit beta 4 CD104 17q25.1
ITGB5 integrin subunit beta 5 3q21.2
ITGB6 integrin subunit beta 6 2q24.2
ITGB7 integrin subunit beta 7 12q13.13
ITGB8 integrin subunit beta 8 7p21.1

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