Gene : CIT1 T. thermophila SB210

DB identifier  ? TTHERM_00529790 Secondary Identifier  ? | PreTt04648 | 67.m00163 | 3684.m00033
M 02  2.82896 M 1012  17.7441
M 1214  -0.605415 M 1416  -20.1172
M 1618  -6.36691 M 24  107.977
M 46  -81.8941 M 68  -22.279
M 810  13.3892 Signalp  N
Signalp _ D  0.107 Tmhmm  {'length':'462','tmhs':'0','segments':[['outside','1','462']]}

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1 Organism

Name Taxon Id
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 312017

1 Proteins


Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 551  

1 Synonyms

Value
TTHERM_00529790

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Proteins

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Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 551  
 

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2 Data Sets

Name URL
Tetrahymena thermophila genome  
GO Annotation from TGD  

16 Publications

First Author Title Year Journal Volume Pages PubMed ID
Kurasawa Y Identification of Tetrahymena 14-nm filament-associated protein as elongation factor 1 alpha. 1992 Exp Cell Res 203 251-8 1385189
Numata O Multifunctional proteins in Tetrahymena: 14-nm filament protein/citrate synthase and translation elongation factor-1 alpha. 1996 Int Rev Cytol 164 1-35 8575889
Takeda T Identification of Tetrahymena hsp60 as a 14-nm filament protein/citrate synthase-binding protein and its possible involvement in the oral apparatus formation. 2001 Genes Cells 6 139-49 11260259
Kojima H Enzymatic form and cytoskeletal form of bifunctional Tetrahymena 49kDa protein is regulated by phosphorylation. 2002 Zoolog Sci 19 37-42 12025402
Fabregat I Citrate synthase of Tetrahymena pyriformis: evolutionary and regulatory aspects. 1983 Arch Biochem Biophys 220 354-60 6401983
Numata O Control of germ cell nuclear behaviour at fertilization by Tetrahymena intermediate filament protein. 1985 Nature 314 192-4 3883198
Kojima H The dual functions of Tetrahymena citrate synthase are due to the polymorphism of its isoforms. 1997 J Biochem 122 998-1003 9443816
Levy MR Enzyme inactivation by a cellular neutral protease: enzyme specificity, effects of ligands on inactivation, and implications for the regulation of enzyme degradation. 1977 J Cell Physiol 90 253-63 14168
Numata O In vitro assembly and disassembly of 14-nm filament from Tetrahymena pyriformis. The protein component of 14-nm filament is a 49,000-Dalton protein. 1982 J Biochem 91 1563-73 6807972
Mukai A Presence of a bacterial-like citrate synthase gene in Tetrahymena thermophila: recent lateral gene transfers (LGT) or multiple gene losses subsequent to a single ancient LGT? 2004 J Mol Evol 58 540-9 15170257
Numata O Tetrahymena 14-nm filament-forming protein has citrate synthase activity. 1991 Biochem Biophys Res Commun 174 1028-34 1993043
Kojima H Citrate synthase purified from Tetrahymena mitochondria is identical with Tetrahymena 14-nm filament protein. 1995 J Biochem 118 189-95 8537311
Numata O Involvement of Tetrahymena intermediate filament protein, a 49K protein, in the oral morphogenesis. 1983 Exp Cell Res 148 207-20 6414830
Numata O Tetrahymena intramitochondrial filamentous inclusions contain 14-nm filament protein/citrate synthase. 1995 Exp Cell Res 218 123-31 7737352
Takeda T Polymerization of highly purified Tetrahymena 14-nm filament protein/citrate synthase into filaments and its possible role in regulation of enzymatic activity. 1995 J Biochem 117 869-74 7592552
Takeda T Direct demonstration of the bifunctional property of Tetrahymena 14-nm filament protein/citrate synthase following expression of the gene in Escherichia coli. 1997 Biochem Biophys Res Commun 237 205-10 9268687