GPI-MDGA1 [plasma membrane]

Stable Identifier
R-HSA-8940713
Type
Protein [EntityWithAccessionedSequence]
Species
Homo sapiens
Compartment
Synonyms
MAM domain-containing glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchor protein 1, MDGA1_HUMAN
Locations in the PathwayBrowser
External Reference Information
External Reference
Gene Names
MDGA1, MAMDC3
Chain
signal peptide:1-18, chain:19-932, propeptide:933-955
Other Identifiers
0000130110
11728539_a_at
11728540_a_at
11728541_s_at
17018747
232237_at
238543_x_at
242757_at
266727
2952314
2952320
2952322
2952324
2952325
2952326
2952327
2952328
2952329
2952330
2952331
2952332
2952333
2952334
2952335
2952340
2952341
2952343
2952344
2952345
2952346
2952347
2952348
2952350
2952353
2952354
2952355
2952356
2952358
2952359
2952361
2952368
2952369
2952370
2952371
2952373
31235
43860_at
50382
58082_at
5V5V
5V5W
5XEQ
67540_at
8126102
84341_at
A0A3B3IU48
A_23_P310460
A_24_P314640
AAM77220
AF478693
AK090677
AL049553
BAC03502
CCDS47417
CH471081
D6RFG6
D6RHU8
EAX03952
ENSG00000112139
ENSP00000402584
ENSP00000422042
ENST00000434837
ENST00000434837.7
ENST00000505425
ENST00000505425.5
EntrezGene:266727
EntrezGene:MDGA1
GE56186
GO:0001764
GO:0003674
GO:0005515
GO:0005575
GO:0005576
GO:0005615
GO:0005623
GO:0005886
GO:0007155
GO:0007275
GO:0007399
GO:0007420
GO:0008150
GO:0016020
GO:0021527
GO:0022607
GO:0030154
GO:0031225
GO:0040011
GO:0046658
GO:0048856
GO:0048870
GO:0098982
GO:0099179
GO:1905606
HGNC:19267
HPA031235
HPA050382
Hs.104311.0.A1_3p_at
Hs.166841.0.A1_3p_at
Hs.285911.0.A1_3p_at
ILMN_1720595
IPR000998
IPR003598
IPR003599
IPR003961
IPR007110
IPR013320
IPR013783
IPR036116
IPR036179
MDGA1
MDGA1-203
MDGA1-207
MIM:609626
NM_153487
NP_705691
PF00629
PF13927
PH_hs_0024620
SM00137
SM00408
SM00409
TC06001687.hg
UPI0000071D28
UPI0000351A0D
XM_006715056
XM_017010734
XP_006715119
XP_016866223
XR_926140
XR_926141
XR_926142
Participant Of
Other forms of this molecule
Inferred To
Modified Residues
Name
L-serine amide (acyl-GPI) at 932
Coordinate
932
Modification
PsiMod Name
PsiMod Definition
A protein modification that effectively converts an L-serine residue to L-serine amide.
Cross References
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