Gene: ENSMUSG00000039166 (Mus musculus)

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Gene Identifier
ENSMUSG00000039166
Transcript Identifier
ENSMUST00000041984
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
10 : 25171052-25289638 : negative

Family Information

Homologous gene family
HOM03P014258
(6 genes in 6 species)
specific family

Descriptions

gene_descr
A kinase (PRKA) anchor protein 7

Identifiers

Type Value
UniprotQ7TN79
MGI1859150

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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0007178
ISA
Genome Projecttransmembrane receptor protein serine/threonine kinase signaling pathway
GO:0008104
ISA
Genome Projectprotein localization
GO:0060306
ISO
Genome Projectregulation of membrane repolarization
GO:0071320
ISO
Genome Projectcellular response to cAMP
GO:1901381
ISO
Genome Projectpositive regulation of potassium ion transmembrane transport
GO:1902261
ISO
Genome Projectpositive regulation of delayed rectifier potassium channel activity

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0000166
IEA
Genome Projectnucleotide binding
GO:0005515
IPI
Genome Projectprotein binding
GO:0019901
IDA
Genome Projectprotein kinase binding
GO:0034237
IDA
Genome Projectprotein kinase A regulatory subunit binding
GO:0051018
ISO
IEA
Genome Projectprotein kinase A binding

Cellular Component

GO termEvidence(s)Provider(s)DescriptionSource(s)
GO:0005634
IDA
IEA
Genome Projectnucleus
GO:0005737
IDA
IEA
Genome Projectcytoplasm
GO:0005829
ISO
IEA
Genome Projectcytosol
GO:0016324
ISO
Genome Projectapical plasma membrane
GO:0016328
ISO
Genome Projectlateral plasma membrane

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GO Sources:   Primary     Orthology     Homology  
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InterPro Description
IPR009097RNA ligase/cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase
IPR019510Protein kinase A anchor protein, nuclear localisation signal domain
IPR019511A-kinase anchor protein 7, RI-RII subunit-binding domain

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