Gene omics information

Query gene ID At2g24600
Gene name ankyrin repeat family protein
Organism Arabidopsis thaliana

Co-expressed genes

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VF%ileGene/Probe IDRepr.IDGene NameFunctional DescriptionS.X.H.G.Other DB
0.6882.2At2g24600816996ankyrin repeat family proteinF:protein binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;MOPBFVAS.X.H.G.
0.6982.9At1g27770839670ACA1 (AUTO-INHIBITED CA2+-ATPASE 1)Encodes a chloroplast envelope Ca2+-ATPase with an N-terminal autoinhibitor.S.X.H.G.
0.6680.1At5g47910834842RBOHD (RESPIRATORY BURST OXIDASE HOMOLOGUE D)NADPH/respiratory burst oxidase protein D (RbohD).Interacts with AtrbohF gene to fine tune the spatial control of ROI production and hypersensitive response to cell in and around infection site.S.X.H.G.
0.6478.9At2g01180814646ATPAP1 (PHOSPHATIDIC ACID PHOSPHATASE 1)Encodes phosphatidate phosphatase. Up-regulated by genotoxic stress (gamma ray or UV-B) and elicitor treatments with mastoparan and harpin. Expressed in roots and leaves.S.X.H.G.
0.6478.9At5g66210836753CPK28member of Calcium Dependent Protein KinaseS.X.H.G.
0.6378.1At4g39640830118GGT1 (GAMMA-GLUTAMYL TRANSPEPTIDASE 1)The gene encodes a gamma-glutamyltransferase (AKA gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase, EC that is located in vascular tissues (predominantly phloem) of leaves and is involved in the degradation of glutathione. The encoded enzyme also mitigates oxidative stress by metabolizing GSSG (oxidized form of GSH - glutathione) in the apoplast.S.X.H.G.
0.6277.3At1g28380839735NSL1 (necrotic spotted lesions 1)This gene is predicted to encode a protein involved in negatively regulating salicylic acid-related defense responses and cell death programs. nsl1 mutants develop necrotic lesions spontaneously and show other features of a defense response, such as higher levels of SA and disease resistance-related transcripts, in the absence of a biotic stimulus. The NSL1 protein is predicted to have a MACPF domain, found in proteins that form a transmembrane pore in mammalian immune responses. NSL1 transcript levels do not appear to change in response to biotic stresses, but are elevated by cycloheximide in seedlings, and by sodium chloride in roots.S.X.H.G.
0.6075.7At2g33580817923protein kinase family protein / peptidoglycan-binding LysM domain-containing proteinF:kinase activity;P:protein amino acid phosphorylation, cell wall macromolecule catabolic process;C:plasma membrane;MPOBFVAS.X.H.G.
0.6075.7At2g26190817159calmodulin-binding family proteinF:calmodulin binding;P:N-terminal protein myristoylation;C:unknown;PFOBS.X.H.G.
0.5974.7At1g29690839846CAD1 (constitutively activated cell death 1)Encodes a protein containing a domain with significant homology to the MACPF (membrane attack complex and perforin) domain of complements and perforin proteins that are involved in innate immunity in animals. Transgenic cad1-1 mutant plants show lesions seen in the hypersensitive response, as well as a spontaneous activation of expression of pathogenesis-related genes and leading to a 32-fold increase in salicylic acid (SA). CAD1 is postulated to act as a negative regulator controlling SA-mediated pathway of programmed cell death in plant immunity.S.X.H.G.
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Specifically expressed experiments

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Std2 GX%ileGSM IDAssay NameGSE IDExperiment Title
80.399.9GSM39212RRE2_Chitin2GSE2169rre1 and rre2 mutants
75.299.9GSM39196RRE1_Chitin2GSE2169rre1 and rre2 mutants
71.299.9GSM39211RRE2_Chitin1GSE2169rre1 and rre2 mutants
70.799.9GSM184520Pericycle root cells 2hr continuous KNO3 and MSX treated, biological rep2GSE7631Cell-specific nitrogen responses in the Arabidopsis root
60.999.8GSM39197RRE1_Chitin3GSE2169rre1 and rre2 mutants
58.699.8GSM39205Col_Chitin3GSE2169rre1 and rre2 mutants
54.899.8GSM322555genotype: ataf1-1 mutant, ecotype Col-0 - treated or untreated: Bgh inoculated - rep2GSE12856Penetration resistance: Wildtype and ataf1-1 mutant response to Bgh 12 h after inoculation, 2*2 factorial design
52.699.8GSM39195RRE1_Chitin1GSE2169rre1 and rre2 mutants
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Homologous genes

Paralogous genes

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HFEvBSGene IDRepr. IDGene NameFunctional descriptionC.G.S.X.Other DB
0.710690At1g10340837573ankyrin repeat family proteinF:protein binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;MOPBFVAC.G.S.X.
0.021e-242At5g54610835550ANK (ankyrin)Induced in response to Salicylic acid. Belongs to the ankyrin repeat protein family.C.G.S.X.
0.018e-136At2g39200818505MLO12 (MILDEW RESISTANCE LOCUS O 12)A member of a large family of seven-transmembrane domain proteins specific to plants, homologs of the barley mildew resistance locus o (MLO) protein. The Arabidopsis genome contains 15 genes encoding MLO proteins, with localization in plasma membrane. Phylogenetic analysis revealed four clades of closely-related AtMLO genes. ATMLO6 belongs to the clade IV, with AtMLO2, AtMLO3 and AtMLO12. The gene is expressed during early seedling growth, in root tips and cotyledon vascular system, in floral organs (anthers and stigma), and in fruit abscission zone, as shown by GUS activity patterns. The expression of several phylogenetically closely-related AtMLO genes showed similar or overlapping tissue specificity and analogous responsiveness to external stimuli, suggesting functional redundancy, co-function, or antagonistic function(s).C.G.S.X.
0.018e-136At2g44900819099armadillo/beta-catenin repeat family protein / F-box family proteinARABIDILLO-1 and its homolog, ARABIDILLO -2, are unique among Arabidopsis Arm-repeat proteins in having an F-box motif and fall into a phylogenetically distinct subgroup from other plant Arm-repeat proteins Similar to arm repeat protein in rice and armadillo/beta-catenin repeat family protein / F-box family protein in Dictyostelium. ARABIDILLO-1 promote lateral root development. Mutant plants form fewer lateral roots, while ARABIDILLO-1-overexpressing lines produce more lateral roots than wild-type seedlings.C.G.S.X.
0.013e+034At5g13030831143unknown proteinF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:chloroplast;OBMFPAC.G.S.X.
0.013e+034At5g50140835079ankyrin repeat family proteinF:protein binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;MPOBFVAC.G.S.X.
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Orthologous genes

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HFEvBSSpeciesGene IDRepr. IDGene NameFunctional descriptionEvAGI codeArabidopsis gene nameC.G.S.X.Other DB
0.021e+036Glycine maxGmaAffx.71324.1.S1_atAW704976--3e+0At5g5460050S ribosomal protein L24, chloroplast (CL24)C.G.S.X.
0.024e-136Hordeum vulgareContig25358_atContig25358--2e+0At1g60850ATRPAC42C.G.S.X.
0.022e+036Oryza sativaOsAffx.21559.1.S1_x_at---0C.G.S.X.
0.025e+034Populus trichocarpaPtpAffx.68429.2.S1_atBP936193hypothetical protein-1e-9At1g29280WRKY65C.G.S.X.
0.029e-136Triticum aestivumTaAffx.29441.1.S1_atCA642794--4e-1At5g14790bindingC.G.S.X.
0.024e-342Vitis vinifera1622741_atCB343444--2e-1At4g05040ankyrin repeat family proteinC.G.S.X.
0.026e+032Zea maysZmAffx.871.1.A1_atAI770769--8e-1At1g69760unknown proteinC.G.S.X.
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Biological processes

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ECCGO IDProcess Name
NGO:0008150Any process specifically pertinent to the functioning of integrated living units: cells, tissues, organs, and organisms. A process is a collection of molecular events with a defined beginning and end.
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Metabolic pathways

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