Gene : HMGC T. thermophila SB210

DB identifier  ? TTHERM_00257230 Secondary Identifier  ? | PreTt25409 | 22.m00354 | HMG C | LG2 | HMG-C
M 02  -15.5292 M 1012  -18.4997
M 1214  30.5203 M 1416  -27.223
M 1618  -3.12219 M 24  60.6283
M 46  40.7327 M 68  44.0531
M 810  -39.6805 Signalp  N
Signalp _ D  0.102 Tmhmm  {'length':'249','tmhs':'1','segments':[['inside','1','49'],['TMhelix','50','69'],['outside','70','249']]}

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1 Organism

Name Taxon Id
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 312017

1 Proteins


Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 157  

1 Synonyms

Value
TTHERM_00257230

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Proteins

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Organism . Name
Length
Tetrahymena thermophila SB210 157  
 

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2 Data Sets

Name URL
Tetrahymena thermophila genome  
GO Annotation from TGD  

15 Publications

First Author Title Year Journal Volume Pages PubMed ID
Wu M Four distinct and unusual linker proteins in a mitotically dividing nucleus are derived from a 71-kilodalton polyprotein, lack p34cdc2 sites, and contain protein kinase A sites. 1994 Mol Cell Biol 14 10-20 8264578
Levy-Wilson B Isolation, characterization, and postsynthetic modifications of tetrahymena high mobility group proteins. 1983 Biochemistry 22 1715-21 6849878
Roth SY The complete amino acid sequence of an HMG-like protein isolated from the macronucleus of Tetrahymena. 1987 Nucleic Acids Res 15 8112 3671074
Schulman IG Macronuclei and micronuclei in Tetrahymena thermophila contain high-mobility-group-like chromosomal proteins containing a highly conserved eleven-amino-acid putative DNA-binding sequence. 1991 Mol Cell Biol 11 166-74 1986218
Suda M A protein that accumulates during starvation in Tetrahymena nuclei. 1989 J Biochem 106 612-5 2514183
Hamana K Selective release of HMG nonhistone proteins during DNase digestion of Tetrahymena chromatin at different stages of the cell cycle. 1980 Nucleic Acids Res 8 5275-88 6258140
Hayashi T Tetrahymena HMG nonhistone chromosomal protein. Isolation and amino acid sequence lacking the N- and C-terminal domains of vertebrate HMG 1. 1989 J Biochem 105 577-81 2760016
Lilley DM DNA--protein interactions. HMG has DNA wrapped up. 1992 Nature 357 282-3 1589033
Schulman IG Cell-cell interactions trigger the rapid induction of a specific high mobility group-like protein during early stages of conjugation in Tetrahymena. 1991 Dev Biol 143 248-57 1991550
Prasanna P Identification in Tetrahymena pyriformis of 3-hydroxy-3-methyl glutaryl coenzyme a lyase: its purification and properties. 1987 Int J Biochem 19 385-9 3109974
Wang T An abundant high-mobility-group-like protein is targeted to micronuclei in a cell cycle-dependent and developmentally regulated fashion in Tetrahymena thermophila. 1993 Mol Cell Biol 13 163-73 8417323
Hamana K Release of nucleosomes from nuclei by bleomycin-induced DNA strand scission. 1989 Biochem Int 18 971-9 2476991
Wang T Replication-dependent and independent regulation of HMG expression during the cell cycle and conjugation in Tetrahymena. 1992 Nucleic Acids Res 20 6525-33 1480473
Hamana K High mobility group nonhistone chromosomal proteins also exist in Tetrahymena. 1979 J Biochem 86 789-94 117005
Schulman IG Tetrahymena contain two distinct and unusual high mobility group (HMG)-like proteins. 1987 J Cell Biol 104 1485-94 3584238