Gene: AT5G49940 (Arabidopsis thaliana)

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Gene Identifier
AT5G49940
Transcript Identifier
AT5G49940.1
Gene Type
Coding gene
Location
Chr5 : 20315464-20317228 : positive

Family

Gene family
HOM04M001336
(109 genes in 29 species)
specific family
Subfamily
ORTHO04M002357
(72 genes in 28 species)
specific family

Descriptions

Description
NIFU-like protein 2
Curated Summary
Encodes a protein containing the NFU domain and functions as a molecular scaffold for iron-sulfur cluster assembly and delivery. Homologous to the cyanobacterial CNFU protein and is targeted to the chloroplast.
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Identifiers

Type Value
AliasATCNFU2,CHLOROPLAST-LOCALIZED NIFU-LIKE PROTEIN 2
symbolNFU2
tidAT5G49940.1
UniProtQ93W20

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Biological Process

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0016226 IEA, IMP, IGI, UniProtiron-sulfur cluster assembly1 2
GO:0009658 IMPUniProtchloroplast organization1

Molecular Function

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0005506 IEAUniProtiron ion binding1
GO:0051536 IEAUniProtiron-sulfur cluster binding
GO:0051537 IEAUniProt2 iron, 2 sulfur cluster binding1
GO:0005198 TASUniProtstructural molecule activity1
GO:0005509 IBAUniProtcalcium ion binding

Cellular Component

GO termEvidence(s)ProviderDescriptionSource
GO:0009507 IDA, ISM, UniProtchloroplast1 2
GO:0009570 IDAUniProtchloroplast stroma1
GO:0005739 IDAUniProtmitochondrion
GO:0005783 IDAUniProtendoplasmic reticulum
GO:0005789 IEAUniProtendoplasmic reticulum membrane
GO:0016021 IEAUniProtintegral component of membrane

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GO Sources:   Primary     Orthology     Homology  
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InterPro Description
IPR034904Fe-S cluster assembly domain
IPR001075NIF system FeS cluster assembly, NifU, C-terminal

Mapman id Description
7.11.1.2.2.Coenzyme metabolism.iron-sulfur cluster assembly machinery.plastidial SUF system.transfer phase.scaffold protein (NFU1|2|3)
No SignalP domains detected for this gene.