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Identification
HMDB Protein ID HMDBP02234
Secondary Accession Numbers
  • 7719
Name Transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily V member 1
Synonyms
  1. Capsaicin receptor
  2. OTRPC1
  3. Osm-9-like TRP channel 1
  4. TrpV1
  5. Vanilloid receptor 1
Gene Name TRPV1
Protein Type Unknown
Biological Properties
General Function Involved in ion channel activity
Specific Function Receptor-activated non-selective calcium permeant cation channel involved in detection of noxious chemical and thermal stimuli. Seems to mediate proton influx and may be involved in intracellular acidosis in nociceptive neurons. May be involved in mediation of inflammatory pain and hyperalgesia. Sensitized by a phosphatidylinositol second messenger system activated by receptor tyrosine kinases, which involves PKC isozymes and PCL
Pathways Not Available
Reactions Not Available
GO Classification
Component
cell part
membrane part
intrinsic to membrane
integral to membrane
Function
transmembrane transporter activity
substrate-specific transmembrane transporter activity
ion transmembrane transporter activity
transporter activity
ion channel activity
Process
establishment of localization
transport
ion transport
Cellular Location
  1. Cell membrane
  2. Multi-pass membrane protein
Gene Properties
Chromosome Location Chromosome:1
Locus 17p13.2
SNPs TRPV1
Gene Sequence
>2520 bp
ATGAAGAAATGGAGCAGCACAGACTTGGGGGCAGCTGCGGACCCACTCCAAAAGGACACC
TGCCCAGACCCCCTGGATGGAGACCCTAACTCCAGGCCACCTCCAGCCAAGCCCCAGCTC
TCCACGGCCAAGAGCCGCACCCGGCTCTTTGGGAAGGGTGACTCGGAGGAGGCTTTCCCG
GTGGATTGCCCTCACGAGGAAGGTGAGCTGGACTCCTGCCCGACCATCACAGTCAGCCCT
GTTATCACCATCCAGAGGCCAGGAGACGGCCCCACCGGTGCCAGGCTGCTGTCCCAGGAC
TCTGTCGCCGCCAGCACCGAGAAGACCCTCAGGCTCTATGATCGCAGGAGTATCTTTGAA
GCCGTTGCTCAGAATAACTGCCAGGATCTGGAGAGCCTGCTGCTCTTCCTGCAGAAGAGC
AAGAAGCACCTCACAGACAACGAGTTCAAAGACCCTGAGACAGGGAAGACCTGTCTGCTG
AAAGCCATGCTCAACCTGCACGACGGACAGAACACCACCATCCCCCTGCTCCTGGAGATC
GCGCGGCAAACGGACAGCCTGAAGGAGCTTGTCAACGCCAGCTACACGGACAGCTACTAC
AAGGGCCAGACAGCACTGCACATCGCCATCGAGAGACGCAACATGGCCCTGGTGACCCTC
CTGGTGGAGAACGGAGCAGACGTCCAGGCTGCGGCCCATGGGGACTTCTTTAAGAAAACC
AAAGGGCGGCCTGGATTCTACTTCGGTGAACTGCCCCTGTCCCTGGCCGCGTGCACCAAC
CAGCTGGGCATCGTGAAGTTCCTGCTGCAGAACTCCTGGCAGACGGCCGACATCAGCGCC
AGGGACTCGGTGGGCAACACGGTGCTGCACGCCCTGGTGGAGGTGGCCGACAACACGGCC
GACAACACGAAGTTTGTGACGAGCATGTACAATGAGATTCTGATCCTGGGGGCCAAACTG
CACCCGACGCTGAAGCTGGAGGAGCTCACCAACAAGAAGGGAATGACGCCGCTGGCTCTG
GCAGCTGGGACCGGGAAGATCGGGGTCTTGGCCTATATTCTCCAGCGGGAGATCCAGGAG
CCCGAGTGCAGGCACCTGTCCAGGAAGTTCACCGAGTGGGCCTACGGGCCCGTGCACTCC
TCGCTGTACGACCTGTCCTGCATCGACACCTGCGAGAAGAACTCGGTGCTGGAGGTGATC
GCCTACAGCAGCAGCGAGACCCCTAATCGCCACGACATGCTCTTGGTGGAGCCGCTGAAC
CGACTCCTGCAGGACAAGTGGGACAGATTCGTCAAGCGCATCTTCTACTTCAACTTCCTG
GTCTACTGCCTGTACATGATCATCTTCACCATGGCTGCCTACTACAGGCCCGTGGATGGC
TTGCCTCCCTTTAAGATGGAAAAAACTGGAGACTATTTCCGAGTTACTGGAGAGATCCTG
TCTGTGTTAGGAGGAGTCTACTTCTTTTTCCGAGGGATTCAGTATTTCCTGCAGAGGCGG
CCGTCGATGAAGACCCTGTTTGTGGACAGCTACAGTGAGATGCTTTTCTTTCTGCAGTCA
CTGTTCATGCTGGCCACCGTGGTGCTGTACTTCAGCCACCTCAAGGAGTATGTGGCTTCC
ATGGTATTCTCCCTGGCCTTGGGCTGGACCAACATGCTCTACTACACCCGCGGTTTCCAG
CAGATGGGCATCTATGCCGTCATGATAGAGAAGATGATCCTGAGAGACCTGTGCCGTTTC
ATGTTTGTCTACGTCGTCTTCTTGTTCGGGTTTTCCACAGCGGTGGTGACGCTGATTGAA
GACGGGAAGAATGACTCCCTGCCGTCTGAGTCCACGTCGCACAGGTGGCGGGGGCCTGCC
TGCAGGCCCCCCGATAGCTCCTACAACAGCCTGTACTCCACCTGCCTGGAGCTGTTCAAG
TTCACCATCGGCATGGGCGACCTGGAGTTCACTGAGAACTATGACTTCAAGGCTGTCTTC
ATCATCCTGCTGCTGGCCTATGTAATTCTCACCTACATCCTCCTGCTCAACATGCTCATC
GCCCTCATGGGTGAGACTGTCAACAAGATCGCACAGGAGAGCAAGAACATCTGGAAGCTG
CAGAGAGCCATCACCATCCTGGACACGGAGAAGAGCTTCCTTAAGTGCATGAGGAAGGCC
TTCCGCTCAGGCAAGCTGCTGCAGGTGGGGTACACACCTGATGGCAAGGACGACTACCGG
TGGTGCTTCAGGGTGGACGAGGTGAACTGGACCACCTGGAACACCAACGTGGGCATCATC
AACGAAGACCCGGGCAACTGTGAGGGCGTCAAGCGCACCCTGAGCTTCTCCCTGCGGTCA
AGCAGAGTTTCAGGCAGACACTGGAAGAACTTTGCCCTGGTCCCCCTTTTAAGAGAGGCA
AGTGCTCGAGATAGGCAGTCTGCTCAGCCCGAGGAAGTTTATCTGCGACAGTTTTCAGGG
TCTCTGAAGCCAGAGGACGCTGAGGTCTTCAAGAGTCCTGCCGCTTCCGGGGAGAAGTGA
Protein Properties
Number of Residues 839
Molecular Weight 94955.3
Theoretical pI 7.26
Pfam Domain Function
Signals
  • None
Transmembrane Regions
  • 434-454
  • 477-497
  • 514-534
  • 536-556
  • 580-600
  • 660-680
Protein Sequence
>Transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily V member 1
MKKWSSTDLGAAADPLQKDTCPDPLDGDPNSRPPPAKPQLSTAKSRTRLFGKGDSEEAFP
VDCPHEEGELDSCPTITVSPVITIQRPGDGPTGARLLSQDSVAASTEKTLRLYDRRSIFE
AVAQNNCQDLESLLLFLQKSKKHLTDNEFKDPETGKTCLLKAMLNLHDGQNTTIPLLLEI
ARQTDSLKELVNASYTDSYYKGQTALHIAIERRNMALVTLLVENGADVQAAAHGDFFKKT
KGRPGFYFGELPLSLAACTNQLGIVKFLLQNSWQTADISARDSVGNTVLHALVEVADNTA
DNTKFVTSMYNEILMLGAKLHPTLKLEELTNKKGMTPLALAAGTGKIGVLAYILQREIQE
PECRHLSRKFTEWAYGPVHSSLYDLSCIDTCEKNSVLEVIAYSSSETPNRHDMLLVEPLN
RLLQDKWDRFVKRIFYFNFLVYCLYMIIFTMAAYYRPVDGLPPFKMEKTGDYFRVTGEIL
SVLGGVYFFFRGIQYFLQRRPSMKTLFVDSYSEMLFFLQSLFMLATVVLYFSHLKEYVAS
MVFSLALGWTNMLYYTRGFQQMGIYAVMIEKMILRDLCRFMFVYIVFLFGFSTAVVTLIE
DGKNDSLPSESTSHRWRGPACRPPDSSYNSLYSTCLELFKFTIGMGDLEFTENYDFKAVF
IILLLAYVILTYILLLNMLIALMGETVNKIAQESKNIWKLQRAITILDTEKSFLKCMRKA
FRSGKLLQVGYTPDGKDDYRWCFRVDEVNWTTWNTNVGIINEDPGNCEGVKRTLSFSLRS
SRVSGRHWKNFALVPLLREASARDRQSAQPEEVYLRQFSGSLKPEDAEVFKSPAASGEK
GenBank ID Protein 8977866
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ID Q8NER1
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Entry Name TRPV1_HUMAN
PDB IDs Not Available
GenBank Gene ID AJ277028
GeneCard ID TRPV1
GenAtlas ID TRPV1
HGNC ID HGNC:12716
References
General References
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