Gene: ENSMUSG00000026208 (Mus musculus)

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Gene Identifier
ENSMUSG00000026208
Transcript Identifier
ENSMUST00000027409
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
1 : 75360418-75367050 : positive

Family Information

Homologous gene family
HOM03P000726
(76 genes in 7 species)
specific family
Orthologous gene family
ORTHO03P040656
(3 genes in 2 species)
specific family
Duplication type
Block duplicate

Descriptions

gene_descr
desmin

Identifiers

Type Value
UniprotP31001
UniprotQ3V1K9
MGI94885

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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0007517
TAS
Genome Projectmuscle organ development

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0005198
IEA
Genome Projectstructural molecule activity
GO:0005200
TAS
Genome Projectstructural constituent of cytoskeleton
GO:0005515
IPI
Genome Projectprotein binding
GO:0008092
ISO
IEA
Genome Projectcytoskeletal protein binding
GO:0042802
ISO
IEA
Genome Projectidentical protein binding

Cellular Component

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0005622
IDA
Genome Projectintracellular
GO:0005737
IDA
IEA
Genome Projectcytoplasm
GO:0005856
IDA
Genome Projectcytoskeleton
GO:0005882
IDA
IEA
Genome Projectintermediate filament
GO:0005886
IEA
Genome Projectplasma membrane
GO:0005916
IDA
Genome Projectfascia adherens
GO:0016020
IEA
Genome Projectmembrane
GO:0030018
IDA
ISO
IEA
Genome ProjectZ disc
GO:0031594
IDA
Genome Projectneuromuscular junction
GO:0042383
IDA
ISO
IEA
Genome Projectsarcolemma
GO:0043292
IDA
Genome Projectcontractile fiber
GO:0070062
ISO
IEA
Genome Projectextracellular exosome

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GO Sources:   Primary     Orthology     Homology  
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InterPro Description
IPR001664Intermediate filament protein
IPR006821Intermediate filament head, DNA-binding domain
IPR018039Intermediate filament protein, conserved site
IPR027698Desmin

No MapMan annotations defined for this gene.