Mammalian Ubiquitination Site Database
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General information
Uniprot Accession NumberQ5T8U2
OrganismHomo sapiens (Human)
Protein namesRibosomal protein L7a
Gene namesRPL7A
Gene Ontology (GO) annotation
Gene Ontology (GO)
Biological process
Cellular component
Molecular function
Ubiquitination annotation(Features)
Ubiquitination siteK102; K16; K35; K144; K130; K149;
Ubiquitination sequence
position/full lengthUbiquitination sequenceGraphical viewEvidencePubMed
No.116/151KGDVPTKRPPVLR Experimental21906983
21890473
No.235/151TTLVENKKAQLVV Experimental21906983
No.3102/151DKGALAKLVEAIR Experimental21906983
21890473
No.4130/151GNVLGPKSVARIA Experimental21906983
21890473
No.5144/151LEKAKAKELATKL Experimental21906983
No.6149/151AKELATKLG Experimental21906983
Protein squence
Length151
Sequence
MAPLYQAAGKGDVPTKRPPVLRAGVNTVTTLVENKKAQLVVIAHDVDPIELVVFLPALCR
KMGVPYCIIKGKARLGRLVHRKTCTTVAFTQVNSEDKGALAKLVEAIRTNYNDRYDEIRR
HWGGNVLGPKSVARIAKLEKAKAKELATKLG
Half-life prediction
SProtP Human



Multi-species alignment analysis
Multi-species Alignment Analysis for Homo sapiens


Reference
Content
  1. PubMed:   21906983
    Woong Kim,Eric J. Bennett, Edward L. Huttlin, Ailan Guo, Jing Li, Anthony Possemato, Mathew E. Sowa,Ramin Rad, John Rush, Michael J. Comb, J. Wade Harper, and Steven P. Gygi.Systematic and Quantitative Assessment of the Ubiquitin-Modified Proteome. Molecular Cell.,2011,44:325-340.
  2. PubMed:   21890473
    Wagner SA, Beli P, Weinert BT, Nielsen ML, Cox J, Mann M, Choudhary C. A proteome-wide, quantitative survey of in vivo ubiquitylation sites reveals widespread regulatory roles. Mol Cell Proteomics,2011,10(10):M111.013284.
 

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