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Family Report for: SERHL

SERHL



Relationship
Family SERHL
Block X
Parent Family : Abhydrolase_6

Comment
SERHL SHL SEHL kraken-like. Serine hydrolase-like protein. This gene may have been partially duplicated (AC Q9NQF3) may be a pseudogene. In mouse, induced by passive stretch of skeletal muscle in vivo (Sadusky et al ). Testis secretory sperm-binding protein Li 216e. KRAKEN in drosophila. May have a role in detoxification and digestion during embryogenesis and larval development. Ubiquitously expressed before embryonic stage 11. By stage 15, in gastric caeca, pharynx, posterior spiracles and anterior edge of midgut. At the end of embryogenesis, expression is confined to gastric caeca. During third instar larvae, expressed at low levels in gastric caeca, midgut and hindgut and high level in fat body.

Database
Sequences
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no EC number



Peptide in
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Nucleotide in
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Alignment with Multalin
|Text only/graphic display
Seed alignment with MAFFT
|No colour/coloured with Mview
Alignment with MAFFT
|No colour/coloured with Mview
Dendrogram
|Graphical display, obtained with the dnd file produced by Clustalw

Reference
    Title: Identification of Serhl, a new member of the serine hydrolase family induced by passive stretch of skeletal muscle in vivo
    Sadusky TJ, Kemp TJ, Simon M, Carey N, Coulton GR
    Ref: Genomics, 73:38, 2001 : PubMed

            

Other Papers


No structure scheme yet for this family

No Structure yet in this family

Genes Proteins in SERHL family (289)

Fragments of genes in SERHL family (49)

No Substrate

No Inhibitor



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Please cite: Lenfant 2013 Nucleic.Acids.Res. or Marchot Chatonnet 2012 Prot.Pept Lett.
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