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Smed Unigene SMU15036482 : Cannot Determine

SMU15036482 is represented by 4 transcripts from 4 libraries.

Smed Unigenes are generated by clustering all available transcripts to generate a model, or Smed Unigene, representing all similar transcripts. The Smed Unigene may not accurately reflect each transcript due to biological processes such as alternative splicing.

Comparison of cluster transcripts with ENSEMBL and SWISPROT proteins. The alignments can suggest function of the cluster.

Best Hits and Hits from model organisms SpeciesSpecies or DBE-value
GAA53123.1innexin unc-9 [Clonorchis sinensis]NCBI-nr8e-173
R07D5.1cCaenorhabditis elegans Protein UNC-7, isoform a.H.sapiens6e-62
FBpp0111483shaking BH.sapiens3e-24
ENSP00000159647pannexin 2H.sapiens1e-08
UNC7_CAEELInnexin unc-7 OS=Caenorhabditis elegans GN=unc-7 PE=2 SV=1Swissprot2e-60
Comparison of cluster transcripts with INTERPRO. The alignments can suggest function of the cluster.

Identified MotifsDatabaseMax Score
Intramembrane polypeptide regionTMHMM0.39318
Non cytoplasmic polypeptide regionTMHMM0.39318
Cytoplasmic polypeptide regionTMHMM0.39318
Amino acid translations of transcipts were clustered and used to generate a Smed Unigene. These transcripts are those that were clustered as well as other transcripts and sequences that have homology to the transcripts of the unigene cluster.

Transcript IDView Assembly AlignmentsTranscript Collection
Associated Gene Ontology Terms
Gene Ontology terms are derived from the unigene transcript cluster compared to InterPro proteins. The GO terms can suggest function of the cluster.

Name gap junction channel activity
Ontology Molecular function
  • alt_id: GO:0015285
  • alt_id: GO:0015286
  • broad: intercellular channel
  • exact: innexin channel activity
  • narrow: innexin
  • related: connexin
Definition A wide pore channel activity that enables a direct cytoplasmic connection from one cell to an adjacent cell. The gap junction can pass large solutes as well as electrical signals between cells. Gap junctions consist of two gap junction hemi-channels, or connexons, one contributed by each membrane through which the gap junction passes.

Name plasma membrane
Ontology Cellular component
  • alt_id: GO:0005904
  • broad: juxtamembrane
  • exact: cell membrane
  • exact: cytoplasmic membrane
  • exact: plasmalemma
  • narrow: bacterial inner membrane
  • narrow: inner endospore membrane
  • narrow: plasma membrane lipid bilayer
Definition The membrane surrounding a cell that separates the cell from its external environment. It consists of a phospholipid bilayer and associated proteins.

Name cell-cell junction
Ontology Cellular component
  • exact: intercellular junction
Definition A cell junction that forms a connection between two cells; excludes direct cytoplasmic junctions such as ring canals.

Name gap junction
Ontology Cellular component
  • exact: communicating junction
  • exact: gap junction macula
  • exact: gap junction plaque
  • exact: macula communicans
  • exact: zonula communicans
  • related: electrical synapse
  • related: electrotonic synapse
Definition A cell-cell junction that is composed of an array of small channels that permit small molecules to pass from one cell to another. At gap junctions, the membranes of two adjacent cells are separated by a uniform narrow gap of about 2-4 nm that is spanned by channel-forming proteins called connexins, which form hexagonal tubes called connexons.

Name integral to membrane
Ontology Cellular component
  • related: transmembrane
Definition Penetrating at least one phospholipid bilayer of a membrane. May also refer to the state of being buried in the bilayer with no exposure outside the bilayer. When used to describe a protein, indicates that all or part of the peptide sequence is embedded in the membrane.

Name gap junction assembly
Ontology Biological process
Definition Assembly of gap junctions, which are found in most animal tissues, and serve as direct connections between the cytoplasms of adjacent cells. They provide open channels through the plasma membrane, allowing ions and small molecules (less than approximately a thousand daltons) to diffuse freely between neighboring cells, but preventing the passage of proteins and nucleic acids.

Name oviposition
Ontology Biological process
  • broad: egg laying
  • broad: egg-laying
Definition The deposition of eggs (either fertilized or not) upon a surface or into a medium such as water.

Name neuron projection membrane
Ontology Cellular component
Definition The portion of the plasma membrane surrounding a neuron projection.

Name ion transmembrane transport
Ontology Biological process
  • exact: ion membrane transport
  • exact: transmembrane ion transport
Definition A process in which an ion is transported from one side of a membrane to the other by means of some agent such as a transporter or pore.

Name locomotion
Ontology Biological process
Definition Self-propelled movement of a cell or organism from one location to another.

Name regulation of pharyngeal pumping
Ontology Biological process
Definition Any process that modulates the contraction and relaxation movements of the pharyngeal muscle that mediates feeding in nematodes.

Name gap junction hemi-channel activity
Ontology Molecular function
  • exact: connexon channel activity
Definition A wide pore channel activity that enables the transport of a solute across a membrane via a gap junction hemi-channel. Two gap junction hemi-channels coupled together form a complete gap junction.

Name response to anesthetic
Ontology Biological process
  • exact: response to anaesthetic
Definition Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of an anesthetic stimulus. An anesthetic is a substance that causes loss of feeling, awareness, or sensation.