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esr6 protein (Zea mays) - STRING interaction network
"esr6" - Defensin in Zea mays
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esr6Defensin (107 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
BET1
Basal endosperm transfer layer1c (85 aa)
           
  0.721
betl-10
Putative defensin (84 aa)
           
  0.720
al-9
5a2 proteinAL-9 proteinPutative uncharacterized protein ;; (111 aa)
           
  0.627
DEK1
Defective kernel1 ; Essential protein involved in epiderm development. Required for aleurone cell development in the endosperm probably by maintaining and restricting the aleurone and embryonic epidermal L1 cell-layer fates as well as meristems organization. Involved in the maintenance of adaxial/abaxial axis information in developing leaves, probably by regulating cell proliferation and expansion. Does not need calcium ions to be active (2159 aa)
           
  0.567
MEG1
Putative uncharacterized protein ; Regulates maternal nutrient uptake, sucrose partitioning, and seed biomass yield. Necessary and sufficient for the establishment and differentiation of the endosperm nutrient transfer cells located at the mother-seed interface. Exclusive expression of the maternal allele at the early stages of endosperm development. The maternal allele is hypomethylated. At later stages, expression becomes biallelic. Regulated by the transcription factor MRP1 (166 aa)
           
  0.530
bap2
Hypothetical protein LOC100193396 (95 aa)
           
  0.530
Your Current Organism:
Zea mays
NCBI taxonomy Id: 4577
Other names: Euchlaena, Z. mays, Zea, Zea L., Zea mays, Zea mays L., Zea mays var. japonica, maize
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