Gene : GRL1 T. thermophila SB210

DB identifier  ? TTHERM_00527180 Secondary Identifier  ? | PreTt06450 | 66.m00249 | p40 | 3722.m00106
M 02  -0.910569 M 1012  49.8682
M 1214  -5.9282 M 1416  4.96883
M 1618  9.12211 M 24  47.3117
M 46  -132.602 M 68  -31.1212
M 810  32.3147 Signalp  Y
Signalp _ D  0.825 Tmhmm  {'length':'402','tmhs':'0','segments':[['outside','1','402']]}

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1 Organism

Name Taxon Id
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 312017

1 Proteins


Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 402  

1 Synonyms

Value
TTHERM_00527180

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Proteins

1 Proteins


Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 402  
 

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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
Cowan AT Genetic, genomic, and functional analysis of the granule lattice proteins in Tetrahymena secretory granules. 2005 Mol Biol Cell 16 4046-60 15958493
Bowman GR Analysis of a mutant exhibiting conditional sorting to dense core secretory granules in Tetrahymena thermophila. 2001 Genetics 159 1605-16 11779800
Turkewitz AP Out with a bang! Tetrahymena as a model system to study secretory granule biogenesis. 2004 Traffic 5 63-8 14690495
Jacobs ME Assessing the effectiveness of coding and non-coding regions in antisense ribosome inhibition of gene expression in Tetrahymena. 2004 J Eukaryot Microbiol 51 536-41 15537088
Chilcoat ND Granule lattice protein 1 (Grl1p), an acidic, calcium-binding protein in Tetrahymena thermophila dense-core secretory granules, influences granule size, shape, content organization, and release but not protein sorting or condensation. 1996 J Cell Biol 135 1775-87 8991090
Turkewitz AP Maturation of dense core granules in wild type and mutant Tetrahymena thermophila. 1991 EMBO J 10 1979-87 2065648
Haddad A Analysis of exocytosis mutants indicates close coupling between regulated secretion and transcription activation in Tetrahymena. 1997 Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 94 10675-80 9380694
Bradshaw NR Proprotein processing within secretory dense core granules of Tetrahymena thermophila. 2003 J Biol Chem 278 4087-95 12435750
Verbsky JW Proteolytic processing and Ca2+-binding activity of dense-core vesicle polypeptides in Tetrahymena. 1998 Mol Biol Cell 9 497-511 9450970