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SGE1  -  Sge1p

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c

Synonyms: 10-N-nonyl acridine orange resistance protein, Crystal violet resistance protein, NOR1, P9677.3, Protein SGE1, ...
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High impact information on SGE1

  • In the present experiments we isolated a gene, SGE1, that suppresses gal11 for growth on ethidium bromide/galactose agar when the gene was present in two or more copies [1].
  • The other gal11 phenotypes were not suppressed by SGE1 in the multiple-copy state [1].
  • Complete DNA sequence analysis revealed that SGE1 encodes a predicted protein of 543 amino acids [1].
  • SGE1-specific mRNA of 1.8 kilonucleotides was detected by Northern analysis along the direction of the open reading frame [1].
  • GIS5-7 are identical to the previously described genes PDE2, SGE1 and TUB3, respectively [2].

Biological context of SGE1


Anatomical context of SGE1

  • Subcellular fractionation as well as immunolocalization on whole yeast cells demonstrated that Sge1 was tightly associated with the yeast plasma membrane [5].

Associations of SGE1 with chemical compounds


Other interactions of SGE1


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of SGE1


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