Incidental Mutation 'R2045:Smad4'
Institutional Source Beutler Lab
Gene Symbol Smad4
Ensembl Gene ENSMUSG00000024515
Gene NameSMAD family member 4
SynonymsDpc4, Smad 4, Madh4, DPC4, D18Wsu70e
MMRRC Submission 040052-MU
Accession Numbers
Is this an essential gene? Essential (E-score: 1.000) question?
Stock #R2045 (G1)
Quality Score225
Status Validated
Chromosomal Location73639009-73703780 bp(-) (GRCm38)
Type of Mutationnonsense
DNA Base Change (assembly) A to T at 73649806 bp
Amino Acid Change Tyrosine to Stop codon at position 352 (Y352*)
Ref Sequence ENSEMBL: ENSMUSP00000110589 (fasta)
Gene Model predicted gene model for transcript(s): [ENSMUST00000025393] [ENSMUST00000114939]
Predicted Effect probably null
Transcript: ENSMUST00000025393
AA Change: Y352*
SMART Domains Protein: ENSMUSP00000025393
Gene: ENSMUSG00000024515
AA Change: Y352*

DWA 31 140 5.77e-65 SMART
low complexity region 286 299 N/A INTRINSIC
DWB 320 529 1.41e-123 SMART
Predicted Effect probably null
Transcript: ENSMUST00000114939
AA Change: Y352*
SMART Domains Protein: ENSMUSP00000110589
Gene: ENSMUSG00000024515
AA Change: Y352*

DWA 31 140 5.77e-65 SMART
low complexity region 286 299 N/A INTRINSIC
DWB 320 529 1.41e-123 SMART
Predicted Effect noncoding transcript
Transcript: ENSMUST00000142672
Predicted Effect noncoding transcript
Transcript: ENSMUST00000147315
Meta Mutation Damage Score 0.9755 question?
Coding Region Coverage
  • 1x: 99.2%
  • 3x: 98.6%
  • 10x: 97.0%
  • 20x: 94.6%
Validation Efficiency 100% (74/74)
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 Smad family of signal transduction proteins. Smad proteins are phosphorylated and activated by transmembrane serine-threonine receptor kinases in response to TGF-beta signaling. The product of this gene forms homomeric complexes and heteromeric complexes with other activated Smad proteins, which then accumulate in the nucleus and regulate the transcription of target genes. This protein binds to DNA and recognizes an 8-bp palindromic sequence (GTCTAGAC) called the Smad-binding element (SBE). The Smad proteins are subject to complex regulation by post-translational modifications. Mutations or deletions in this gene have been shown to result in pancreatic cancer, juvenile polyposis syndrome, and hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia syndrome. [provided by RefSeq, Oct 2009]
PHENOTYPE: Homozygotes for targeted null mutations exhibit impaired formation of extraembryonic membrane and endoderm and die prior to gastrulation. Heterozygotes develop polyposis of the glandular stomach and duodenum. [provided by MGI curators]
Allele List at MGI
Other mutations in this stock
Total: 74 list
GeneRefVarChr/LocMutationPredicted EffectZygosity
Acta2 C T 19: 34,243,399 G303E probably damaging Het
Adamts1 A T 16: 85,795,976 Y515N probably damaging Het
Ankef1 T C 2: 136,554,738 V695A probably benign Het
Ankrd63 C A 2: 118,703,353 probably benign Het
Asah2 A T 19: 32,052,956 N105K probably benign Het
Atf2 A C 2: 73,863,208 D3E probably damaging Het
Atp5f1 T C 3: 105,943,874 probably benign Het
Bag4 C T 8: 25,769,488 A228T probably benign Het
Bms1 A C 6: 118,392,627 L960W probably damaging Het
Cacna1c A G 6: 118,656,137 V977A probably damaging Het
Cadps2 A G 6: 23,839,122 S6P possibly damaging Het
Capn8 A G 1: 182,613,386 T462A probably benign Het
Cd226 T C 18: 89,207,362 S128P probably benign Het
Cd33 G T 7: 43,529,892 H278N probably benign Het
Cdh1 T C 8: 106,666,182 probably benign Het
Cfap54 T C 10: 93,038,809 probably null Het
Chit1 A G 1: 134,151,144 I397M probably benign Het
Cic C A 7: 25,271,536 Q231K possibly damaging Het
Clca4b A G 3: 144,925,163 V312A probably damaging Het
Cngb1 T A 8: 95,297,085 probably null Het
Cyfip2 T C 11: 46,249,789 I430V probably benign Het
Dnah12 A G 14: 26,781,528 E1613G probably null Het
Dock2 T C 11: 34,294,106 probably null Het
Dync2h1 A T 9: 7,160,171 F646I probably damaging Het
Eef1b2 A T 1: 63,179,487 K144* probably null Het
Erap1 T C 13: 74,669,450 V137A probably benign Het
Fam196a T G 7: 134,918,430 K124Q probably damaging Het
Far1 A T 7: 113,539,271 probably null Het
Fbn2 A T 18: 58,090,658 C807S probably damaging Het
Fgfr1 A G 8: 25,558,215 K209R probably benign Het
Fpr-rs4 CAGGAA CA 17: 18,022,334 probably null Het
Frem2 A T 3: 53,535,744 V2533D probably damaging Het
Hip1r T C 5: 124,000,731 M839T probably benign Het
Igfbp2 A G 1: 72,852,151 S303G probably benign Het
Itga10 C T 3: 96,651,738 probably benign Het
Itgb3 T G 11: 104,623,413 S27A probably benign Het
Kif21b G A 1: 136,160,313 D1015N probably damaging Het
Krt7 A T 15: 101,423,484 probably null Het
Krtdap T A 7: 30,790,585 F80L probably benign Het
Lcp1 A T 14: 75,200,401 T84S probably benign Het
Lipi G A 16: 75,550,199 T444I probably damaging Het
Lrguk A T 6: 34,071,068 E316V probably damaging Het
Lypd1 G A 1: 125,910,535 probably benign Het
Med12l A T 3: 59,262,310 K1632* probably null Het
Mrgpra9 A T 7: 47,235,835 M28K probably benign Het
Mylk A G 16: 34,953,653 K1291E probably benign Het
Nek4 T A 14: 30,953,923 W72R probably damaging Het
Nudt8 T C 19: 4,001,899 V170A probably damaging Het
Oosp3 T A 19: 11,699,369 Y31N probably benign Het
Padi2 A T 4: 140,937,930 R449W probably damaging Het
Pcf11 G T 7: 92,661,879 N300K probably damaging Het
Pcsk5 T C 19: 17,581,144 D633G possibly damaging Het
Phlpp2 T A 8: 109,907,600 W271R probably damaging Het
Pikfyve T C 1: 65,253,353 V1276A probably benign Het
Pkhd1l1 A T 15: 44,479,654 N176Y probably damaging Het
Pop5 T G 5: 115,238,212 V33G possibly damaging Het
Prkag2 A G 5: 24,947,582 F175L possibly damaging Het
Ptpn22 T A 3: 103,874,021 D79E possibly damaging Het
Rab32 T G 10: 10,550,833 D123A probably damaging Het
Rnpc3 T C 3: 113,608,360 K513E possibly damaging Het
Senp1 A T 15: 98,059,944 F358I possibly damaging Het
Sft2d2 A G 1: 165,185,078 L83P probably damaging Het
Slc9c1 G A 16: 45,580,250 R741H probably damaging Het
Tamm41 T A 6: 115,016,095 Q232H probably benign Het
Tbx6 T A 7: 126,782,883 L131Q probably damaging Het
Trappc10 T C 10: 78,209,479 probably benign Het
Trp53bp1 C A 2: 121,204,483 A108S probably benign Het
Unc13b G A 4: 43,091,266 V31M probably damaging Het
Usp24 T C 4: 106,400,980 M1525T possibly damaging Het
Vax2 G A 6: 83,711,270 probably benign Het
Vcan T A 13: 89,690,985 I2147L probably benign Het
Zbtb7a C A 10: 81,144,410 A146E probably benign Het
Zcchc6 T C 13: 59,800,656 Y215C probably damaging Het
Zfp287 A G 11: 62,727,569 L157P probably damaging Het
Other mutations in Smad4
AlleleSourceChrCoordTypePredicted EffectPPH Score
IGL01012:Smad4 APN 18 73675809 missense probably damaging 1.00
IGL01647:Smad4 APN 18 73640473 splice site probably benign
IGL02055:Smad4 APN 18 73641928 splice site probably benign
IGL02101:Smad4 APN 18 73658652 missense probably benign 0.02
IGL02306:Smad4 APN 18 73662869 critical splice acceptor site probably null
R0391:Smad4 UTSW 18 73658649 missense probably benign
R1118:Smad4 UTSW 18 73640262 missense probably benign 0.41
R1163:Smad4 UTSW 18 73648907 missense probably damaging 0.99
R1211:Smad4 UTSW 18 73649911 critical splice acceptor site probably null
R1616:Smad4 UTSW 18 73640262 missense probably benign 0.41
R1742:Smad4 UTSW 18 73675897 missense probably damaging 1.00
R1829:Smad4 UTSW 18 73641894 missense probably benign 0.20
R2126:Smad4 UTSW 18 73662744 missense probably benign 0.02
R3013:Smad4 UTSW 18 73648904 missense probably damaging 1.00
R3973:Smad4 UTSW 18 73677736 missense possibly damaging 0.49
R3974:Smad4 UTSW 18 73677736 missense possibly damaging 0.49
R3975:Smad4 UTSW 18 73677736 missense possibly damaging 0.49
R4879:Smad4 UTSW 18 73641903 missense probably damaging 1.00
R5101:Smad4 UTSW 18 73675860 missense probably benign 0.41
R5597:Smad4 UTSW 18 73662827 missense probably benign
R5984:Smad4 UTSW 18 73677911 start codon destroyed probably benign 0.29
R6450:Smad4 UTSW 18 73677746 missense possibly damaging 0.73
R7450:Smad4 UTSW 18 73677853 missense probably damaging 1.00
R7524:Smad4 UTSW 18 73675871 missense probably damaging 1.00
R8001:Smad4 UTSW 18 73641810 missense probably damaging 0.99
Predicted Primers PCR Primer

Sequencing Primer
Posted On2014-08-25