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Protein: EFCB9_HUMAN (A8MZ26)

Summary

This is the summary of UniProt entry EFCB9_HUMAN (A8MZ26).

Description: EF-hand calcium-binding domain-containing protein 9 {ECO:0000305}
Source organism: Homo sapiens (Human) (NCBI taxonomy ID 9606)
Length: 197 amino acids
Reference Proteome: ✓

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Source Domain Start End
low_complexity n/a 170 187
disorder n/a 177 184

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Sequence information

This is the amino acid sequence of the UniProt sequence database entry with the accession A8MZ26. This sequence is stored in the Pfam database and updated with each new Pfam release, but this means that the sequence we store may differ from that stored by UniProt.

Sequence:
1
MRLKQGSFLW YLYLDKIYCL LSVRNVKALA EYFHILDVHG KNTLNDVLFY
50
51
HFLHHVTDLK KAQINIVFDM LDWNAVGEID FEKFYMLVCM LLAHQNHLEG
100
101
QFMYRHSRPV FDLLDLKGDL RIGAKNFEMY RFLFNIQKQE LKDLFRDFDI
150
151
TGDNRLNYQE FKLYTIIYTD KLQKRQKTEE KEKGERKRSL YSKCHIK   
197
 

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Checksums:
CRC64:248012FD9746D508
MD5:b364c6f5f56c067582e21f3c23d7eb24

TreeFam

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