Incidental Mutation 'F6893:Anxa3'
Institutional Source Beutler Lab
Gene Symbol Anxa3
Ensembl Gene ENSMUSG00000029484
Gene Nameannexin A3
Accession Numbers

Genbank: NM_013470; MGI: 1201378; Ensembl: ENSMUST00000112985

Is this an essential gene? Probably non essential (E-score: 0.182) question?
Stock #F6893 (G3) of strain busy
Quality Score
Status Validated
Chromosomal Location96793339-96845966 bp(+) (GRCm38)
Type of Mutationunclassified
DNA Base Change (assembly) T to C at 96824994 bp
Amino Acid Change
Ref Sequence ENSEMBL: ENSMUSP00000142527 (fasta)
Gene Model predicted gene model for transcript(s): [ENSMUST00000031447] [ENSMUST00000198631] [ENSMUST00000200379]
Predicted Effect probably benign
Transcript: ENSMUST00000031447
SMART Domains Protein: ENSMUSP00000031447
Gene: ENSMUSG00000029484

ANX 35 87 5.74e-24 SMART
ANX 107 159 1.67e-25 SMART
ANX 191 243 3.67e-22 SMART
ANX 266 318 2.87e-24 SMART
Predicted Effect noncoding transcript
Transcript: ENSMUST00000197196
Predicted Effect noncoding transcript
Transcript: ENSMUST00000197339
Predicted Effect unknown
Transcript: ENSMUST00000198631
AA Change: S171P
SMART Domains Protein: ENSMUSP00000143491
Gene: ENSMUSG00000029484
AA Change: S171P

ANX 35 87 5.74e-24 SMART
ANX 107 159 1.67e-25 SMART
Predicted Effect noncoding transcript
Transcript: ENSMUST00000199656
Predicted Effect probably benign
Transcript: ENSMUST00000200379
SMART Domains Protein: ENSMUSP00000142527
Gene: ENSMUSG00000029484

ANX 24 76 7.2e-28 SMART
Meta Mutation Damage Score 0.1472 question?
Coding Region Coverage
  • 1x: 88.7%
  • 3x: 74.0%
Validation Efficiency 88% (165/188)
MGI Phenotype FUNCTION: [Summary is not available for the mouse gene. This summary is for the human ortholog.] This gene encodes a member of the annexin family. Members of this calcium-dependent phospholipid-binding protein family play a role in the regulation of cellular growth and in signal transduction pathways. This protein functions in the inhibition of phopholipase A2 and cleavage of inositol 1,2-cyclic phosphate to form inositol 1-phosphate. This protein may also play a role in anti-coagulation. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008]
Allele List at MGI

All alleles(1) : Gene trapped(1)

Other mutations in this stock
Total: 35 list
GeneRefVarChr/LocMutationPredicted EffectZygosity
Abca14 G A 7: 120,325,038 V1638M probably damaging Het
Agrn C T 4: 156,174,179 R972Q probably benign Het
Bpifa6 G T 2: 153,987,158 D202Y probably damaging Het
Ccdc15 G A 9: 37,315,640 T346I probably damaging Homo
Celsr3 G A 9: 108,835,067 R1731H probably benign Het
Ces4a A G 8: 105,147,227 R443G possibly damaging Het
Chd2 T C 7: 73,507,872 Q175R possibly damaging Het
Dpyd T A 3: 118,804,134 probably null Het
Dscam G T 16: 97,056,460 H117N possibly damaging Het
F13a1 A G 13: 36,972,025 Y205H probably damaging Het
Fat3 A C 9: 16,006,789 L1446R probably damaging Homo
Golga4 T C 9: 118,553,457 L515S probably damaging Het
Hoxb1 A T 11: 96,365,902 T26S probably benign Het
Igsf10 T G 3: 59,331,060 T567P probably damaging Het
Lamb2 T C 9: 108,482,556 V365A probably benign Het
Mepe A G 5: 104,337,376 I127M possibly damaging Het
Mpi A T 9: 57,546,549 M230K probably benign Homo
Myh4 A G 11: 67,255,457 D1447G probably null Homo
Olfr161 A G 16: 3,593,163 I256V possibly damaging Het
Olfr350 A G 2: 36,850,807 T254A probably benign Het
Panx2 T C 15: 89,068,010 Y227H probably damaging Homo
Pdzd7 A G 19: 45,036,734 W441R probably damaging Het
Poldip2 A G 11: 78,519,194 I267M probably damaging Homo
Pros1 T A 16: 62,924,639 V539E probably damaging Het
Sacs T C 14: 61,212,976 M4157T probably benign Het
Slc45a3 A G 1: 131,981,337 E424G probably benign Homo
Slc9a1 A G 4: 133,422,146 E761G probably benign Homo
Stab2 G A 10: 86,855,171 P2178L probably damaging Het
Syt4 C T 18: 31,444,221 V27I possibly damaging Homo
Thumpd1 T A 7: 119,720,576 K56* probably null Het
Tpr A G 1: 150,393,562 K19E possibly damaging Homo
Ttll10 A G 4: 156,048,318 I74T probably benign Het
Txnrd1 C T 10: 82,866,989 Q95* probably null Homo
Zc3h7b A G 15: 81,778,671 E421G possibly damaging Homo
Zc3hc1 G T 6: 30,387,526 D51E probably benign Homo
Other mutations in Anxa3
AlleleSourceChrCoordTypePredicted EffectPPH Score
IGL01984:Anxa3 APN 5 96834771 splice site probably benign
IGL03243:Anxa3 APN 5 96828692
R0026:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96838401 missense probably benign 0.01
R0468:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96811099 missense probably benign 0.00
R0562:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96812884 missense possibly damaging 0.90
R0724:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96828748 missense possibly damaging 0.70
R1442:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96828690 splice site probably null
R2276:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96830490 critical splice donor site probably null
R4922:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96820429 missense probably damaging 1.00
R5108:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96830414 missense possibly damaging 0.83
R5230:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96838312 missense possibly damaging 0.47
R5529:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96828379 missense probably benign 0.00
R5733:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96820472 missense probably damaging 1.00
R5857:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96828792 critical splice donor site probably null
R5902:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96812853 nonsense probably null
R6558:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96812939 splice site probably null
R6772:Anxa3 UTSW 5 96811113 missense probably damaging 0.98
Nature of Mutation
DNA sequencing using the SOLiD technique identified a T to C transition at position 603 of the Anxa3 transcript using Ensembl record ENSMUST00000112985 in exon 7 of 7 total exons. Two transcripts of the Anxa3 gene are displayed on Ensembl. The mutated nucleotide causes a serine to proline substitution at amino acid 171 of the encoded protein. The mutation has been confirmed by DNA sequencing using the Sanger method (Figure 1).
Protein Function and Prediction
If using the Ensembl record ENSMUST00000112985, the Anxa3 gene encodes a 180 amino acid protein that belongs to the annexin family and contains two annexin repeats. A pair of annexin repeats may form one binding site for calcium and phospholipid (Uniprot Q3TET3). The NCBI record NM_013470 predicts a 323 amino acid protein that does not contain the residue altered in busy mice.  This protein contains 4 annexin repeats (Uniprot Q8C1X9).
The S171P change is predicted to be benign by the PolyPhen program.
Posted On2010-04-30