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ATP13A3  -  ATPase type 13A3

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: AFURS1, ATPase family homolog up-regulated in senescence cells 1
 
 
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  • The AFURS1 gene might have a role in cellular aging and tumor suppression as well [1].
  • The ORF of the new gene shows significant homology to P-type ATPase family gene products and therefore was called AFURS1 (ATPase family homolog up-regulated in senescence cells) [1].
  • According to the GenBank database AFURS1 is mapped to the sequence segment NT_005535.3 at chromosomal region 3q26.32 and has 18 exons [1].

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