Homology analysis

Gene ID At5g24430
Gene name calcium-dependent protein kinase, putative / CDPK, putative
Functional description F:in 6 functions;P:N-terminal protein myristoylation;C:plasma membrane;MOPFBVA

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Paralogous genes

HFEvBSGene IDRepr. IDGene NameFunctional DescriptionO.I.C.G.S.X.Other DB
0.8001213At3g49370824099calcium-dependent protein kinase, putative / CDPK, putativeF:in 6 functions;P:N-terminal protein myristoylation;C:plasma membrane;MOPFBVAO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.086e-1169At3g50530824217CRK (CDPK-related kinase)CDPK-related kinaseO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.134e-963At2g46700819282calcium-dependent protein kinase, putative / CDPK, putativeF:in 6 functions;P:protein amino acid phosphorylation, N-terminal protein myristoylation;C:unknown;MOPFBVAO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.036e-550At4g21940828283CPK15member of Calcium Dependent Protein KinaseO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.022e-448At4g36070829763CPK18member of Calcium Dependent Protein KinaseO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.022e-448At2g17290816235CPK6 (CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE 6)Encodes calcium dependent protein kinase 6 (CPK6), a member of the Arabidopsis CDPK gene family. CDPKs contain an intrinsic Ca2+-activation domain with four EF hand Ca2+-binding sites. CDPKs protein kinases have been proposed to function in multiple plant signal transduction pathways downstream of [Ca2+]cyt elevations, thus transducing various physiological responses. CPK6 is expressed in both guard cells and mesophyll cells. Functions in guard cell ion channel regulation. ABA and Ca(2+) activation of slow-type anion channels and, interestingly, ABA activation of plasma membrane Ca(2+)-permeable channels were impaired in independent alleles of single and double cpk3cpk6 mutant guard cells. Furthermore, ABA- and Ca(2+)-induced stomatal closing were partially impaired in these cpk3cpk6 mutant alleles. CPK3 is also a member of the Arabidopsis CDPK family.O.I.C.G.S.X.
0.032e-448At2g17890816299CPK16member of Calcium Dependent Protein KinaseO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.024e-344At4g23650828465CDPK6 (CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE 6)Encodes calcium dependent protein kinase 3 (CPK3), a member of the Arabidopsis CDPK gene family. CDPKs contain an intrinsic Ca2+-activation domain with four EF hand Ca2+-binding sites. CDPKs protein kinases have been proposed to function in multiple plant signal transduction pathways downstream of [Ca2+]cyt elevations, thus transducing various physiological responses. CPK3 is expressed in both guard cells and mesophyll cells. Functions in guard cell ion channel regulation. ABA and Ca(2+) activation of slow-type anion channels and, interestingly, ABA activation of plasma membrane Ca(2+)-permeable channels were impaired in independent alleles of single and double cpk3cpk6 mutant guard cells. Furthermore, ABA- and Ca(2+)-induced stomatal closing were partially impaired in these cpk3cpk6 mutant alleles. CPK6 is also a member of the Arabidopsis CDPK family.O.I.C.G.S.X.
0.011e-242At2g38910818476CPK20member of Calcium Dependent Protein KinaseO.I.C.G.S.X.

Orthologous genes

HFEvBSGene IDOrganismRepr. IDGene NameFunctional DescriptionEvAGI codeArabidopsis gene nameO.I.C.G.S.X.Other DB
0.101e-965Gma.17975.2.S1_atGlycine maxBQ628976--2e-29At3g50530CRK (CDPK-related kinase)O.I.C.G.S.X.
0.041e-138Contig11154_atHordeum vulgareContig11154--1e-15At5g66210CPK28O.I.C.G.S.X.
0.118e-1273Os.20211.1.S1_atOryza sativa---0O.I.C.G.S.X.
0.282e-1895PtpAffx.210312.1.S1_atPopulus trichocarpapmrna20295CPK related kinase 4-1e-18At5g24430calcium-dependent protein kinase, putative / CDPK, putativeO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.092e-757TaAffx.64084.1.S1_atTriticum aestivumBJ316057--7e-5At2g41140CRK1 (CDPK-RELATED KINASE 1)O.I.C.G.S.X.
0.261e-241131610570_atVitis viniferaCA807939hypothetical protein LOC100246879-2e-24At5g24430calcium-dependent protein kinase, putative / CDPK, putativeO.I.C.G.S.X.
0.124e-1065Zm.42.1.S1_atZea maysD84508.1CDPK-related protein kinase-9e-17At2g46700calcium-dependent protein kinase, putative / CDPK, putativeO.I.C.G.S.X.



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