Gene : NgoA T. thermophila SB210

DB identifier  ? TTHERM_00655890 Secondary Identifier  ? | PreTt03683 | 96.m00152
M 02  -26.4721 M 1012  -18.8433
M 1214  25.4968 M 1416  -15.5945
M 1618  1.90711 M 24  65.2623
M 46  -37.4208 M 68  12.9765
M 810  -42.5357 Signalp  N
Signalp _ D  0.108 Tmhmm  {'length':'304','tmhs':'3','segments':[['inside','1','96'],['TMhelix','97','114'],['outside','115','167'],['TMhelix','168','190'],['inside','191','274'],['TMhelix','275','297'],['outside','298','304']]}

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1 Organism

Name Taxon Id
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 312017

1 Proteins


Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 348  

1 Synonyms

Value
TTHERM_00655890

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Proteins

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Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 348  
 

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2 Data Sets

Name URL
Tetrahymena thermophila genome  
GO Annotation from TGD  

9 Publications

First Author Title Year Journal Volume Pages PubMed ID
Shang Y A robust inducible-repressible promoter greatly facilitates gene knockouts, conditional expression, and overexpression of homologous and heterologous genes in Tetrahymena thermophila. 2002 Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99 3734-9 11891286
Martindale DW Tetrahymena conjugation-induced genes: structure and organization in macro- and micronuclei. 1986 Nucleic Acids Res 14 1341-54 3005971
Shen X Linker histone H1 regulates specific gene expression but not global transcription in vivo. 1996 Cell 86 475-83 8756729
Martindale DW Cloning of abundant mRNA species present during conjugation of Tetrahymena thermophila: identification of mRNA species present exclusively during meiosis. 1983 Mol Cell Biol 3 1857-65 6646127
Huang H A nonessential HP1-like protein affects starvation-induced assembly of condensed chromatin and gene expression in macronuclei of Tetrahymena thermophila. 1999 Mol Cell Biol 19 3624-34 10207086
Dou Y Regulation of transcription by H1 phosphorylation in Tetrahymena is position independent and requires clustered sites. 2002 Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99 6142-6 11972045
Dou Y Phosphorylation and an ATP-dependent process increase the dynamic exchange of H1 in chromatin. 2002 J Cell Biol 158 1161-70 12356861
Feng L Differentially expressed genes of Tetrahymena thermophila in response to tributyltin (TBT) identified by suppression subtractive hybridization and real time quantitative PCR. 2007 Aquat Toxicol 81 99-105 17188762
Dedon PC Formaldehyde cross-linking and immunoprecipitation demonstrate developmental changes in H1 association with transcriptionally active genes. 1991 Mol Cell Biol 11 1729-33 1996118