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DCG1 protein (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) - STRING interaction network
"DCG1" - Protein of unknown function, expression is sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression and regulated by Dal80p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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DCG1Protein of unknown function, expression is sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression and regulated by Dal80p; contains transmembrane domain (244 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
DAL4
Allantoin permease; expression sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression and induced by allophanate, an intermediate in allantoin degradation; Transport of allantoin (635 aa)
 
   
  0.850
DAL2
Allantoicase, converts allantoate to urea and ureidoglycolate in the second step of allantoin degradation; expression sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression and induced by allophanate, an intermediate in allantoin degradation; Utilization of purines as secondary nitrogen sources, when primary sources are limiting (343 aa)
   
   
  0.653
DAL1
Allantoinase, converts allantoin to allantoate in the first step of allantoin degradation; expression sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression; Utilization of purines as secondary nitrogen sources, when primary sources are limiting (460 aa)
   
   
  0.610
DAL7
Malate synthase, role in allantoin degradation unknown; expression sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression and induced by allophanate, an intermediate in allantoin degradation; This isozyme is involved in the degradation of allantoin (purine catabolism) (554 aa)
   
   
  0.573
FUR4
Uracil permease, localized to the plasma membrane; expression is tightly regulated by uracil levels and environmental cues; Transport of uracil (633 aa)
 
   
  0.553
DAL3
Ureidoglycolate hydrolase, converts ureidoglycolate to glyoxylate and urea in the third step of allantoin degradation; expression sensitive to nitrogen catabolite repression; Catalyzes the catabolism of the allantoin degradation intermediate (S)-ureidoglycolate, generating urea and glyoxylate. Involved in the utilization of allantoin as secondary nitrogen source when primary sources are limiting (195 aa)
 
   
  0.552
FUI1
High affinity uridine permease, localizes to the plasma membrane; also mediates low but significant transport of the cytotoxic nucleoside analog 5-fluorouridine; not involved in uracil transport; High-affinity transport of uridine (639 aa)
 
        0.542
THI72
Transporter of thiamine or related compound; shares sequence similarity with Thi7p; Low affinity thiamine transporter responsible for intake of thiamine. It is possible that the primary function is the uptake of closely related compounds and that thiamine transport is a secondary activity of these proteins (599 aa)
 
          0.529
NRT1
High-affinity nicotinamide riboside transporter; also transports thiamine with low affinity; shares sequence similarity with Thi7p and Thi72p; proposed to be involved in 5-fluorocytosine sensitivity; High-affinity pH-dependent nicotinamide riboside transporter which also transports thiamine with low affinity. Involved in 5-fluorocytosine sensitivity (598 aa)
 
          0.527
THI7
Plasma membrane transporter responsible for the uptake of thiamine, member of the major facilitator superfamily of transporters; mutation of human ortholog causes thiamine-responsive megaloblastic anemia; Responsible for intake of thiamine (598 aa)
 
          0.526
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae
NCBI taxonomy Id: 4932
Other names: Candida robusta, Pachytichospora, S. cerevisiae, Saccharomyces, Saccharomyces capensis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Saccharomyces italicus, Saccharomyces oviformis, Saccharomyces uvarum var. melibiosus, lager beer yeast, yeast
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