P-POD: Princeton Protein Orthology Database: GO3/Jaccard2999

This family has 11 members: 1 Arabidopsis thaliana, 1 Caenorhabditis elegans, 1 Danio rerio, 1 Dictyostelium discoideum, 1 Drosophila melanogaster, 1 Gallus gallus, 1 Homo sapiens, 1 Mus musculus, 1 Rattus norvegicus, 1 Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 1 Schizosaccharomyces pombe.

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11 members.
OrganismProtein (Synonyms)DescriptionAmiGO
A. thalianaTAIR:locus:2206890 (T9L24_37 · T9L24.37 · AT1G73430) · NCBI:NP_177485.2⌘
C. elegansWB:WBGene00022121 (Y71F9AM.4 · cogc-3) · UniProtKB:Q6AW08⌘
D. rerioUniProtKB:Q4V9H7 · ZFIN:ZDB-GENE-050913-26 (cog3)component of oligomeric golgi complex 3⌘
D. discoideumUniProtKB:Q54TT4 · dictyBase:DDB_G0281511 (cog3)oligomeric Golgi complex component, Sec34-like family protein⌘
D. melanogasterUniProtKB:Q961G1 · FB:FBgn0031536 (CG3248 · dCOG3 · Cog3 · SEC34 · COG3)CG 3248⌘
G. gallusNCBI:XP_417041 · ENTREZ:418846
H. sapiensENSEMBL:ENSG00000136152 · UniProtKB:Q96JB2 (COG3_HUMAN · IPI00555771 · SEC34 · COG3 · Q96JB2 · IPI00414858)Conserved oligomeric Golgi complex subunit 3⌘
M. musculusUniProtKB:Q8CI04 · MGI:MGI:2450151 (Cog3)component of oligomeric golgi complex 3⌘
R. norvegicusUniProtKB:Q5XHZ8 · RGD:1304555 (Cog3)component of oligomeric golgi complex 3⌘
S. cerevisiaeUniProtKB:P40094 · SGD:S000000959 (GRD20 · SEC34 · COG3 · YER157W)Essential component of the conserved oligomeric Golgi complex (Cog1p through Cog8p), a cytosolic tethering complex that functions in protein trafficking to mediate fusion of transport vesicles to Golgi compartments⌘
S. pombeUniProtKB:Q9Y7Z4 · GeneDB_Spombe:SPBC1539.05 (cog3 · SPBC1539.05)Golgi transport complex subunit Cog3 (predicted) · Golgi transport complex subunit Cog3⌘

No functional conservation results.

Sequences in this family.fasta
mafft aligned Fasta file.afasta
phyml newick file.newick
Notung rooted & rearranged newick file.newick.rooting.0.rearrange.0
Notung Homolog Table.newick.rooting.0.rearrange.0.homologs.csv
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