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Identification
HMDB Protein ID HMDBP08726
Secondary Accession Numbers
  • 14449
Name Ras GTPase-activating protein-binding protein 1
Synonyms
  1. ATP-dependent DNA helicase VIII
  2. G3BP-1
  3. GAP SH3 domain-binding protein 1
  4. hDH VIII
Gene Name G3BP1
Protein Type Unknown
Biological Properties
General Function Involved in nucleotide binding
Specific Function May be a regulated effector of stress granule assembly. Phosphorylation-dependent sequence-specific endoribonuclease in vitro. Cleaves exclusively between cytosine and adenine and cleaves MYC mRNA preferentially at the 3'-UTR. ATP- and magnesium-dependent helicase. Unwinds preferentially partial DNA and RNA duplexes having a 17 bp annealed portion and either a hanging 3' tail or hanging tails at both 5'- and 3'-ends. Unwinds DNA/DNA, RNA/DNA, and RNA/RNA substrates with comparable efficiency. Acts unidirectionally by moving in the 5' to 3' direction along the bound single-stranded DNA.
Pathways Not Available
Reactions
Adenosine triphosphate + Water → ADP + Phosphate details
GO Classification
Biological Process
transport
Ras protein signal transduction
nucleic acid phosphodiester bond hydrolysis
Cellular Component
cytosol
cytoplasm
plasma membrane
nucleus
Component
cell part
intracellular
Function
binding
nucleotide binding
nucleic acid binding
Molecular Function
endonuclease activity
ATP-dependent RNA helicase activity
ATP binding
ATP-dependent DNA helicase activity
RNA binding
DNA binding
Process
establishment of localization
transport
Cellular Location
  1. Cell membrane
  2. Nucleus
  3. Cytoplasm
  4. Cytoplasm
  5. cytosol
Gene Properties
Chromosome Location 5
Locus 5q33.1
SNPs G3BP1
Gene Sequence
>1401 bp
ATGGTGATGGAGAAGCCTAGTCCCCTGCTGGTCGGGCGGGAATTTGTGAGACAGTATTAC
ACACTGCTGAACCAGGCCCCAGACATGCTGCATAGATTTTATGGAAAGAACTCTTCTTAT
GTCCATGGGGGATTGGATTCAAATGGAAAGCCAGCAGATGCAGTCTACGGACAGAAAGAA
ATCCACAGGAAAGTGATGTCACAAAACTTCACCAACTGCCACACCAAGATTCGCCATGTT
GATGCTCATGCCACGCTAAATGATGGTGTGGTAGTCCAGGTGATGGGGCTTCTCTCTAAC
AACAACCAGGCTTTGAGGAGATTCATGCAAACGTTTGTCCTTGCTCCTGAGGGGTCTGTT
GCAAATAAATTCTATGTTCACAATGATATCTTCAGATACCAAGATGAGGTCTTTGGTGGG
TTTGTCACTGAGCCTCAGGAGGAGTCTGAAGAAGAAGTAGAGGAACCTGAAGAAAGACAG
CAAACACCTGAGGTGGTACCTGATGATTCTGGAACTTTCTATGATCAGGCAGTTGTCAGT
AATGACATGGAAGAACATTTAGAGGAGCCTGTTGCTGAACCAGAGCCTGATCCTGAACCA
GAACCAGAACAAGAACCTGTATCTGAAATCCAAGAGGAAAAGCCTGAGCCAGTATTAGAA
GAAACTGCCCCTGAGGATGCTCAGAAGAGTTCTTCTCCAGCACCTGCAGACATAGCTCAG
ACAGTACAGGAAGACTTGAGGACATTTTCTTGGGCATCTGTGACCAGTAAGAATCTTCCA
CCCAGTGGAGCTGTTCCAGTTACTGGGATACCACCTCATGTTGTTAAAGTACCAGCTTCA
CAGCCCCGTCCAGAGTCTAAGCCTGAATCTCAGATTCCACCACAAAGACCTCAGCGGGAT
CAAAGAGTGCGAGAACAACGAATAAATATTCCTCCCCAAAGGGGACCCAGACCAATCCGT
GAGGCTGGTGAGCAAGGTGACATTGAACCCCGAAGAATGGTGAGACACCCTGACAGTCAC
CAACTCTTCATTGGCAACCTGCCTCATGAAGTGGACAAATCAGAGCTTAAAGATTTCTTT
CAAAGTTATGGAAACGTGGTGGAGTTGCGCATTAACAGTGGTGGGAAATTACCCAATTTT
GGTTTTGTTGTGTTTGATGATTCTGAGCCTGTTCAGAAAGTCCTTAGCAACAGGCCCATC
ATGTTCAGAGGTGAGGTCCGTCTGAATGTCGAAGAGAAGAAGACTCGAGCTGCCAGGGAA
GGCGACCGACGAGATAATCGCCTTCGGGGACCTGGAGGCCCTCGAGGTGGGCTGGGTGGT
GGAATGAGAGGCCCTCCCCGTGGAGGCATGGTGCAGAAACCAGGATTTGGAGTGGGAAGG
GGGCTTGCGCCACGGCAGTGA
Protein Properties
Number of Residues 466
Molecular Weight 52164.045
Theoretical pI 5.515
Pfam Domain Function
Signals Not Available
Transmembrane Regions Not Available
Protein Sequence
>Ras GTPase-activating protein-binding protein 1
MVMEKPSPLLVGREFVRQYYTLLNQAPDMLHRFYGKNSSYVHGGLDSNGKPADAVYGQKE
IHRKVMSQNFTNCHTKIRHVDAHATLNDGVVVQVMGLLSNNNQALRRFMQTFVLAPEGSV
ANKFYVHNDIFRYQDEVFGGFVTEPQEESEEEVEEPEERQQTPEVVPDDSGTFYDQAVVS
NDMEEHLEEPVAEPEPDPEPEPEQEPVSEIQEEKPEPVLEETAPEDAQKSSSPAPADIAQ
TVQEDLRTFSWASVTSKNLPPSGAVPVTGIPPHVVKVPASQPRPESKPESQIPPQRPQRD
QRVREQRINIPPQRGPRPIREAGEQGDIEPRRMVRHPDSHQLFIGNLPHEVDKSELKDFF
QSYGNVVELRINSGGKLPNFGFVVFDDSEPVQKVLSNRPIMFRGEVRLNVEEKKTRAARE
GDRRDNRLRGPGGPRGGLGGGMRGPPRGGMVQKPGFGVGRGLAPRQ
GenBank ID Protein 13937794
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ID Q13283
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Entry Name G3BP1_HUMAN
PDB IDs
GenBank Gene ID BC006997
GeneCard ID G3BP1
GenAtlas ID G3BP1
HGNC ID HGNC:30292
References
General References
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