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Summary Expression Gene Literature (24) Nucleotides (333) Proteins (23) Interactants (36) Wiki
XB-GENEPAGE-480059

Gene Symbol: hspa5

Gene Name: heat shock 70kDa protein 5 (glucose-regulated protein, 78kDa)

Synonyms: BiP, grp78 Add Xenopus synonyms

Gene Function: molecular chaperone

Interactants: hsp70(5) , atp1a1(2) , slc15a1(2) , ace(1) , akt1(1) , canx(1) , cela1(1) View All

Disease Associations:
 
  XB-GENE-480060 XB-GENE-865337
Molecules tropicalis laevis
Gene JGI XT Genome 7.1 JGI XT Genome 4.1 Ensembl 4.1 JGI XL Genome 6.0
Entrez Gene
Entrez Gene
mRNA NCBI Nucleotide Refseq
Protein NCBI Protein Refseq
Genomic tropicalis laevis
Genome Browser
GBrowse
tropicalis genome v7.1 gene model

GBrowse
laevis genome v6.0 gene model

Links
tropicalis 4.1 synteny Metazome
Expression tropicalis laevis
UniGene Xl.21814
Unigene EST Profile EST Profile
GEO data GEO
Images 1 expression image(s) for tropicalis and laevis
Orthology
MOD Entrez Gene Genetic Phenotypes Morphants
human
OMIM:Gene, HGNC HSPA5
mouse
MGI Hspa5 All
zebrafish (a-gene b-gene)
ZFIN hspa5 All
Publications
First: Binding to membrane proteins within the endoplasmic reticulum cannot explain the retention of the glucose-regulated protein GRP78 in Xenopus oocytes. [EMBO J 1988]
Most recent: Efficient RNA/Cas9-mediated genome editing in Xenopus tropicalis. [Development 2014]
View All Papers
Functional Ontologies
GO: Molecular: ATP binding
      Biological:
      Cellular Component:
EC:
KOG: [O] Molecular chaperones GRP78/BiP/KAR2, HSP70 superfamily
Reagents tropicalis laevis
CRISPR / TALEN Design CRISPR / TALEN Design CRISPR / TALEN
Clones Thermo Scientific
geneservice/RZPD imagenes
Affymetrix 1.0 Str.3462.1.S1_at Xl.21814.1.S1_s_at [+]
Affymetrix 2.0 Xl2.21814.1.S1_at

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