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CBP3  -  Cbp3p
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... High impact information on CBP3 The phenotype of cbp4 mutants is similar to that of cbp3 mutants. An antibody obtained against a trpE/ CBP3 fusion protein detects a protein of 40 kDa in wild type yeast mitochondria. Mutations in CBP3 are expressed in the absence of spectrally and immunologically detectable... / Synonyms: Protein CBP3, mitochondrial
CBP4  -  Cbp4p
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... High impact information on CBP4 The phenotype of cbp4 mutants is similar to that of cbp3 mutants. Characterization of CBP4, a new gene essential for the expression of ubiquinol- cytochrome c reductase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. CBP4 protein is tightly associated with the mitochondrial membrane as evidenced... / Synonyms: Assembly factor CBP4
Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... High impact information on CBP We have cloned and characterized a novel SCP from axial abdominal muscle of crayfish Procambarus clarkii( referred to as pcSCP1 ), and have examined tissue specific distribution and expression as a function of molting stage in non- epithelial and epithelial tissues... / Synonyms: dCBP
CBP6  -  Cbp6p
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... Disease relevance of CBP6 Part of the CBP6 gene has been fused to the trpE gene on a high expression Escherichia coli vector. High impact information on CBP6 Assembly of the mitochondrial membrane system. CBP6, a yeast nuclear gene necessary for synthesis of cytochrome b. The wild- type gene( CBP6...
CBP2  -  Cbp2p
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... High impact information on CBP2 Folding energy provided by CBP2 drives assembly of two RNA domains... the 5' splice site. CBP2 is an RNA tertiary structure binding protein required for efficient splicing of a yeast mitochondrial group I intron. The yeast CBP2 gene product is required for the splicing...
CBP1  -  Cbp1p
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... High impact information on CBP1 To probe the relation between calcium limitation and intracellular parasitism, we designed a strategy to disrupt CBP1 in H. capsulatum using a telomeric linear plasmid and a two- step genetic selection. Identification and cloning of a yeast nuclear gene( CBP1) involved...
Mus musculus
Gene: ... context of Crebbp Sequence analysis reveals that both zones are well conserved in all vertebrate p300/ CBP... differentiation and expression of endogenous GATA- 1 target genes, whereas mutant forms of E1A unable to bind CBP/ p300 have no effect. Thus, although the CBP SID domain adopts a similar fold in complex... / Synonyms: CBP; CBP/p300; Cbp
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... blotting and amino- terminal protein sequencing indicated that all lysine residues in the H3 and H4 amino... to p300/ CBP has functional significance for adenovirus replication in its natural host. Expanded polyglutamine repeats specifically interfere with CBP- activated gene transcription, and overexpression of CBP... / Synonyms: CBP
Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655
Gene: ... Disease relevance of cbpM The cbpA gene is in an operon with an open reading frame, yccD, which encodes a protein that has some homology to DafA of Thermus thermophilus....
Caenorhabditis elegans
Gene: ... related to CBP/ p300, referred to as cbp- 1, is required during early embryogenesis to specify several major differentiation pathways. Inhibition of cbp- 1 expression causes developmental arrest of C... of embryonic cells. A gain- of- function allele of cbp- 1, the Caenorhabditis elegans ortholog of the mammalian...


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