Gene: AT1G66030 (Arabidopsis thaliana)

Overview

Gene Identifier
AT1G66030
Transcript Identifier
AT1G66030.1
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
1 : 24583149-24583652 : positive

Family

Gene family
HOM03D000050
(915 genes in 16 species)
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Descriptions

Description
cytochrome P450, family 96, subfamily A, polypeptide 14 pseudogene
Curated Summary
encodes a protein with cytochrome P450 domain
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Identifiers

Identifier Name
aliasCYP96A14P
alias'cytochrome P450, family 96, subfamily A, polypeptide 14 pseudogene'

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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0055114IEAInterProoxidation-reduction process
GO:0044699IEAPLAZA Homologysingle-organism processHOM03D000093
GO:0044710IEAPLAZA Homologysingle-organism metabolic processHOM03D000093
GO:0008152IEAPLAZA Homologymetabolic processHOM03D000093

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0005506IEAInterProiron ion binding
GO:0016705IEAInterProoxidoreductase activity, acting on paired donors, with incorporation or reduction of molecular oxygen
GO:0020037IEAInterProheme binding
GO:0043169IEAPLAZA Homologycation bindingHOM03D000093
GO:0043167IEAPLAZA Homologyion bindingHOM03D000093
GO:0046914IEAPLAZA Homologytransition metal ion bindingHOM03D000093
GO:0003824IEAPLAZA Homologycatalytic activityHOM03D000093
GO:0046906IEAPLAZA Homologytetrapyrrole bindingHOM03D000093
GO:0046872IEAPLAZA Homologymetal ion bindingHOM03D000093
GO:1901363IEAPLAZA Homologyheterocyclic compound bindingHOM03D000093
GO:0005488IEAPLAZA HomologybindingHOM03D000093
GO:0016491IEAPLAZA Homologyoxidoreductase activityHOM03D000093
GO:0097159IEAPLAZA Homologyorganic cyclic compound bindingHOM03D000093

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InterPro Description
IPR001128Cytochrome P450
Mapman id Description
26.10misc.cytochrome P450
No SignalP domains detected for this gene.