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Gene Form for submission


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IMPORTANT NOTE: The Author(s) is/are the sole responsible in case of copyright conflicts with previous sources of data;
the Editor of the Atlas cannot check if figures or parts of texts are "copied-and-pasted" from other sources, including other databases;
"copy-and-paste" data are not accepted in the Atlas

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CONTRIBUTORS (first name and name)
DATE
CONTRIBUTORS
UPDATE
AUTHORS AFFILIATIONS / e-MAIL

Abstract (short) -------->


Keywords -------->


Identity -------->

GENE NAME
ALIAS
HUGO NAME
LOCATION
LOCAL ORDER
NOTE
Which CATEGORY does this gene/protein belong in? Please, tick the box(es)

- Cell cycle - Extracellular matrix
- Apoptosis (extrinsic) - Cytoskeleton / scaffold
- Apoptosis (intrinsic) - Cell junctions
    - Channels and gap junctions
- DNA replication and recombination - Exocytosis-endocytosis, vesicle traffic
- DNA repair    
- Nucleole machinery - Signal: Nuclear receptors
- Transcription-translation (transcription) - Signal: Secreted factors
- Transcription-translation (spliceosome) - Signal: Membrane receptors
- Transcription-translation (translation) - Signal: Intracellular transduction: AMPc signaling
- Micro RNA - Signal: Intracellular transduction: PLCG signaling
- Chromatin - Signal: Intracellular transduction: RAS / RAF / MAPK signaling
- Nuclear membrane trafficking - Signal: Intracellular transduction: PI3K / AKT / mTOR signaling
- Mitosis / centrosome-microtubules-kinetochore - Signal: Intracellular transduction: JAK / STAT signaling
    - Signal: Intracellular transduction: TGFb signaling
- Mitochondria (oxydative phosphorylation) - Signal: Intracellular transduction: WNT signaling
- Mitochondria (TOM and TIM) - Signal: Intracellular transduction: Hedgehog signaling
- Proteasome - ubiquitination - Signal: Intracellular transduction: NF-kB signaling
    - Signal: Transcription factors
       
- Immunity    
- Angiogenesis    
- OTHER: specify  

 

DNA ------->

NOTE
DIAGRAM (see below)
DIAGRAM LEGEND
DNA DESCRIPTION
TRANSCRIPTION
PSEUDOGENE


Protein ------->

NOTE
DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM LEGEND
DESCRIPTION
EXPRESSION
LOCALISATION
FUNCTION
HOMOLOGY

Mutations ------->

NOTE
GERMINAL
SOMATIC
DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM LEGEND


Implicated in (PLEASE, develop one paragraph per disease and each cancer separately)------->

NAME
NOTE
DISEASES
PROGNOSIS
CYTOGENETICS
HYBRID GENE
DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM LEGEND
FUSION PROTEIN
DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM LEGEND
ONCOGENESIS


... again if necessary :
NAME
NOTE
DISEASES
PROGNOSIS
CYTOGENETICS
HYBRID GENE
DIAGRAM
LEGEND DIAGRAM
FUSION PROTEIN
DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM LEGEND
ONCOGENESIS


Breakpoints (if variables) ------->

DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM LEGEND
NOTE


To be noted (specific items) ------->

TO BE NOTED


External links (addresses are in the Database section of the Atlas;
find the Hugo name (or, else, GDB), the LocusLink name and number, and SwissProt ID;
we will automatically find other links; please,add specific databases) ------->

HUGO
LOCUSLINK
OTHER DATABASES
NOTE


References (PLEASE, see below and conform to the style) ------->

TITLE
AUTHORS
REFERENCE
PUBMED
Copy and paste another block
TITLE
AUTHORS
REFERENCE
PUBMED

... and again ...
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Instructions to Authors

- Bibliography

Literature references should be included in the text:
by author's name followed by year of publication arranged chronologically and then alphabetically. When there are more than two authors, use the first author name and et al.
e.g. " recent data indicates that teddy bears are very affectionate persons (Paddington and The Pooh, 2009; Paddington et al., 2013) "
- In the references list:
* classified by years, from the oldest * style:

    Title.
    Author1 AB, Author2 CD, Author3 E.
    Journal. Year date;Vol(Number):first page-last page. (add: REVIEW if it is)
    PubMed number

    Example:

    All teddy bears are gentle persons.
    Paddington B, The Pooh W.
    Int J Teddy Bears. 2013 Dec 25;12(12):501-9. (REVIEW)
    PMID 1642873591

- Images

For Images, please:
* Send optimum visual quality iconography.
* Please use preferably Arial 9 point for lettering.
* Images should be sent by e-mail, preferably in PNG, JPG or PSD (for photographs: chromosomes, histo-pathology, radiographs, ...); and PPT (for drawings); the desk may have problems with other formats.
* The Editor keeps the right to process drawings for them to conform with our editorial policies.

- Submission of the manuscript

- Please, send your contribution by e-mail (as an attachment, in Word).

atlasgeneticsoncology@usal.es *AND* Carbon Copy Editorial@AtlasGeneticsOncology.org *AND* Carbon Copy jlhuret@univ-poitiers.fr (for safety)

- Please also, send copy of the main papers by traditional mail to speed up the refereeing process to:

Jean-Loup HURET,
Atlas Genet Cytogenet Oncol Haematol, Editor,
UMR 8125 CNRS, Genetics, Dept Medical Information,
University Hospital, F-86021 Poitiers, FRANCE
tel +33 5 49 44 45 46 or +33 5 49 44 47 67

- PubMed Central

Once the paper online, authors are encouraged to send their manuscript to PubMed Central http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/ with reference to the original paper in the Atlas in http://documents.irevues.inist.fr/handle/2042/15655

See examples:
PMID:24174994
PMID:22977462