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Domain assignment for YEL065W from Saccharomyces cerevisiae SGD

Domain architecture

Domain assignment details

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Strong hits

Sequence:  YEL065W
Domain Number 1 Region: 70-258,337-510,552-573
Classification Level Classification E-value
Superfamily MFS general substrate transporter 1.44e-28
Family LacY-like proton/sugar symporter 0.089
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Gene Ontology term assignment details

The top 10 most specific Gene Ontology terms for each namespace assigned to this domain architecture as determined by dcGO Predictor

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Cellular Component IC (bits) H-Score
cytoplasmic vesicle part 1.416 14.49
vacuolar part 1.566 14.16
brush border membrane 1.485 11.04
clathrin-coated vesicle 1.988 10.1
presynapse 1.768 9.56
secretory vesicle 1.537 8.54
exocytic vesicle 2.028 7.81
lytic vacuole 1.551 7.12
intrinsic component of organelle membrane 2.014 6.26
synapse part 1.421 5.82
Biological Process IC (bits) H-Score
drug transport 2.227 39.84
nucleobase-containing compound transport 2.045 39.47
transmembrane transport 1.51 38.61
ion transport 1.472 35.84
secretion 1.503 22.8
synaptic vesicle cycle 2.227 18.06
neurotransmitter transport 2.166 18.06
inorganic ion homeostasis 1.496 16.19
cation homeostasis 1.51 16.19
cellular chemical homeostasis 1.501 16.19

Protein sequence

External link(s) Locus: YEL065W   Protein: S000000791
Sequence length 628
Comment SIT1 SGDID:S000000791, Chr V from 27657-29543, Verified ORF, "Ferrioxamine B transporter, member of the ARN family of transporters that specifically recognize siderophore-iron chelates; transcription is induced during iron deprivation and diauxic shift; potentially phosphorylated by Cdc28p"
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Identical sequences N1PA34 P39980
YEL065W NP_010849.3.97178 YEL065W YEL065W YEL065W 4932.YEL065W

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