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AT3G60150 AT3G60150 PCME PCME CXE20 CXE20 CXE18 CXE18 CXE17 CXE17 AT1G62620 AT1G62620 AT2G44525 AT2G44525 AT5G06570 AT5G06570 CXE16 CXE16 GID1C GID1C GID1B GID1B
"AT1G62620" - Flavin-binding monooxygenase family protein in Arabidopsis thaliana
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AT1G62620Flavin-binding monooxygenase family protein; Catalyzes the conversion of methylthioalkyl glucosinolates of any chain length into methylsulfinylalkyl glucosinolates (450 aa)    
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AT3G60150
Uncharacterized protein (170 aa)
       
      0.489
AT2G44525
Uncharacterized protein (170 aa)
       
      0.489
CXE20
Carboxyesterase 20; Carboxylesterase acting on esters with varying acyl chain length (327 aa)
       
  0.463
GID1C
GA INSENSITIVE DWARF1C; Functions as soluble gibberellin (GA) receptor. GA is an essential hormone that regulates growth and development in plants. Binds with high affinity the biologically active gibberellin GA4, but has no affinity for the biologically inactive GAs. In response to GA, interacts with specific DELLA proteins, known as repressors of GA-induced growth, and targets them for degradation via proteasome. Seems to be required for GA signaling that controls root growth, seed germination and stem elongation. Partially redundant with GID1A and GID1B (344 aa)
       
  0.463
CXE18
Carboxyesterase 18; Carboxylesterase acting on esters with varying acyl chain length (335 aa)
       
  0.463
CXE17
Carboxyesterase 17; Carboxylesterase acting on esters with varying acyl chain length (344 aa)
       
  0.463
PCME
Prenylcysteine methylesterase; Catalyzes the demethylation of isoprenylcysteine methylesters. In vitro, is specific for N-acetyl-S-farnesyl-L- cysteine methyl ester (AFCme) and has low activity toward N- acetyl-S-geranyl-L-cysteine methyl ester (AGCme). Acts as a positive regulator of ABA signaling. May be involved in the demethylation and inactivation of isoprenylated negative regulators of abscisic acid (ABA) signaling. Carboxyl methylation is a reversible and potentially regulated step in the post- translational modification of prenylated proteins (427 aa)
       
  0.463
CXE16
Carboxyesterase 16; Carboxylesterase acting on esters with varying acyl chain length (446 aa)
       
  0.463
AT5G06570
alpha/beta-Hydrolases superfamily protein; Carboxylesterase acting on esters with varying acyl chain length (329 aa)
       
  0.463
GID1B
GA INSENSITIVE DWARF1B; Functions as soluble gibberellin (GA) receptor. GA is an essential hormone that regulates growth and development in plants. Binds with high affinity the biologically active gibberellin GA4, but has no affinity for the biologically inactive GAs. In response to GA, interacts with specific DELLA proteins, known as repressors of GA-induced growth, and targets them for degradation via proteasome. Seems to be required for GA signaling that controls root growth, seed germination and flower development. May function as a dominant GA receptor at low GA concentrations in [...] (358 aa)
       
  0.463
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Arabidopsis thaliana
NCBI taxonomy Id: 3702
Other names: A. thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh., mouse-ear cress, thale cress, thale-cress
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