Gene: AT1G12700 (Arabidopsis thaliana)

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Gene Identifier
AT1G12700
Transcript Identifier
AT1G12700.2
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
Chr1 : 4324419-4326275 : negative

Family

Gene family
HOM04M007655
(24 genes in 1 species)
specific family
Duplication type
Tandem duplicate

Descriptions

Description
RNA processing FACTOR
Curated Summary
Encodes RNA PROCESSING FACTOR 1 (RPF1), a pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) protein of the P-class containing canonical PPR-repeats. RPF1 is required for the 5’-end processing of the nad4 mRNA in mitochondria. Ler and other accessions impaired in processing of the nad4 mRNA 5′-end, contain a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) 807 nucleotides downstream of the predicted translation start codon (G807A). The resulting premature translation termination codon abolishes the function of the RPF1 gene in Ler.
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Identifiers

Type Value
full_nameRNA processing factor 1
symbolRPF1
tidAT1G12700.2

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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0006397 IBAGene OntologymRNA processing1
GO:0080156 IMPGene Ontologymitochondrial mRNA modification1
GO:0090615 IEAPLAZA Integrative Orthologymitochondrial mRNA processingAT1G12300
GO:0009845 IEAPLAZA Tree-based Orthologyseed germinationAT1G62720
GO:0000966 IEAPLAZA Integrative OrthologyRNA 5'-end processingAT1G62670

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0003723 IBAGene OntologyRNA binding1
GO:0004519 IBAGene Ontologyendonuclease activity1
GO:0004016 IEAPLAZA Integrative Orthologyadenylate cyclase activityAT1G62590

Cellular Component

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0005739 IEA, IMP, ISMGene Ontologymitochondrion1 2 3

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GO Sources:   Primary     Orthology     Homology  
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InterPro Description
IPR002885Pentatricopeptide repeat

Mapman id Description
35.1not assigned.annotated
No SignalP domains detected for this gene.