Gene: AT1G49050 (Arabidopsis thaliana)

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Gene Identifier
AT1G49050
Transcript Identifier
AT1G49050.1
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
1 : 18150638-18153186 : positive

Family

Gene family
HOM03M000031
(1041 genes in 16 species)
specific family
Subfamily
ORTHO03M023859
(2 genes in 2 species)
specific family
Duplication type
Block duplicate

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Descriptions

Description
Eukaryotic aspartyl protease family protein
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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0006508ISS, IEAGene Ontologyproteolysis1
GO:0006499RCAGene OntologyN-terminal protein myristoylation1
GO:0008152IEAPLAZA Homologymetabolic processHOM03M000031
GO:0071704IEAPLAZA Homologyorganic substance metabolic processHOM03M000031
GO:0043170IEAPLAZA Homologymacromolecule metabolic processHOM03M000031
GO:0019538IEAPLAZA Homologyprotein metabolic processHOM03M000031
GO:0044238IEAPLAZA Homologyprimary metabolic processHOM03M000031

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0004190IEAInterProaspartic-type endopeptidase activity
GO:0070011IEAPLAZA Homologypeptidase activity, acting on L-amino acid peptidesHOM03M000031
GO:0004175IEAPLAZA Homologyendopeptidase activityHOM03M000031
GO:0016787IEAPLAZA Homologyhydrolase activityHOM03M000031
GO:0070001IEAPLAZA Homologyaspartic-type peptidase activityHOM03M000031
GO:0008233IEAPLAZA Homologypeptidase activityHOM03M000031
GO:0003824IEAPLAZA Homologycatalytic activityHOM03M000031

Cellular Component

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0005576ISMGene Ontologyextracellular region1

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InterPro Description
IPR001461Aspartic peptidase
IPR021109Aspartic peptidase domain
IPR001969Aspartic peptidase, active site

Mapman id Description
29.5.4protein.degradation.aspartate protease
No SignalP domains detected for this gene.