P-POD: Princeton Protein Orthology Database: GO3/OrthoMCL7715

This family has 6 members: 4 Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 2 Schizosaccharomyces pombe.

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6 members.
OrganismProtein (Synonyms)DescriptionAmiGO
S. cerevisiaeUniProtKB:P38248 · SGD:S000000282 (ECM33 · YBR078W)GPI-anchored protein of unknown function, has a possible role in apical bud growth⌘
S. cerevisiaeUniProtKB:Q12355 · SGD:S000002462 (PST1 · HPF2 · YDR055W)Cell wall protein that contains a putative GPI-attachment site⌘
S. cerevisiaeUniProtKB:P25380 · SGD:S000000553 (YCL048W · SPS22)Protein of unknown function, redundant with Sps2p for the organization of the beta-glucan layer of the spore wall⌘
S. cerevisiaeUniProtKB:P08459 · SGD:S000002930 (YDR522C · SPS2)Protein expressed during sporulation, redundant with Sps22p for organization of the beta-glucan layer of the spore wall⌘
S. pombeUniProtKB:O74411 · GeneDB_Spombe:SPCC1223.12c (meu10 · SPCC1223.12c)GPI anchored cell surface protein (predicted) · GPI anchored cell surface protein⌘
S. pombeUniProtKB:O13960 · GeneDB_Spombe:SPAC1705.03c (SPAC1705.03c · SPAC23H4.19)conserved fungal family⌘
ProteinPublicationCurator Notes
UniProtKB:P38248 · SGD:S000000282PMID:15470113 Martinez-Lopez R, et al. The GPI-anchored protein CaEcm33p is required for cell wall integrity, morphogenesis and virulence in Candida albicans. Microbiology. 2004 Oct;150(Pt 10):3341-54.The C. albicans protein Caecm33 complements a homologous mutation in S. cerevisiae.
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
SGD Disease Papers (1)
UniProtKB:P38248 · SGD:S000000282PMID:18434410 Luallen RJ, et al. (2008) An engineered Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain binds the broadly neutralizing human immunodeficiency virus type 1 antibody 2G12 and elicits mannose-specific gp120-binding antibodies. J Virol 82(13):6447-57
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