37198 (Tp_aureochrome2) PAS_9
Thalassiosira pseudonana

Chromosome Product Transcript Start End Strand Short Name
37198 chr_13 (Tp_aureochrome2) PAS_9 429279 430181 + PAS_9
NCBI ID Ensembl Genomes exon ID
7453029 Thaps37198.1
Expression Profile Conditional Changes Cluster Dendrogram
Normalized Mean Residue
(bd1306) NA
(bd718) PRK10387
(bd1863) NA
(bd1387) psbE
(bd208) DUF3529
(bd1820) Fasciclin
(bd1474) phytoene_desat
p450 superfamily
(Tpt4) hypothetical protein
(bd843) NA
Name CD Accession Definition Superfamily Bitscore E-Value From - To Hit Type PSSM ID
PAS_9 PAS domain; PAS domain. - 88.9795 3.46E-22 178 - 275 multi-dom 257751
T. pseudonana P. tricornutum P. tricornutum DiatomCyc F. cylindrus Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries E. huxleyi C. reinhardtii A. thaliana P. sojae
Not available PHATRDRAFT_51933 PHATRDRAFT_51933 238237 202247 Not available Not available Not available Not available
KEGG description KEGG Pathway
Not available Not available
GO:0004871 GO:0007165 GO:0000155 GO:0000160 -

signal transducer activity

Conveys a signal across a cell to trigger a change in cell function or state. A signal is a physical entity or change in state that is used to transfer information in order to trigger a response.
GO Category: 

signal transduction

The cellular process in which a signal is conveyed to trigger a change in the activity or state of a cell. Signal transduction begins with reception of a signal (e.g. a ligand binding to a receptor or receptor activation by a stimulus such as light), or for signal transduction in the absence of ligand, signal-withdrawal or the activity of a constitutively active receptor. Signal transduction ends with regulation of a downstream cellular process, e.g. regulation of transcription or regulation of a metabolic process. Signal transduction covers signaling from receptors located on the surface of the cell and signaling via molecules located within the cell. For signaling between cells, signal transduction is restricted to events at and within the receiving cell.
GO Category: 

phosphorelay sensor kinase activity

Catalysis of the phosphorylation of a histidine residue in response to detection of an extracellular signal such as a chemical ligand or change in environment, to initiate a change in cell state or activity. The two-component sensor is a histidine kinase that autophosphorylates a histidine residue in its active site. The phosphate is then transferred to an aspartate residue in a downstream response regulator, to trigger a response.
GO Category: 

phosphorelay signal transduction system

A conserved series of molecular signals found in prokaryotes and eukaryotes; involves autophosphorylation of a histidine kinase and the transfer of the phosphate group to an aspartate that then acts as a phospho-donor to response regulator proteins.
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