Description : 29.2.3 protein.synthesis.initiation Encodes eukaryotic translation initiation factor 5A (EIF-5A).In mammalian cells it functions as a shuttle protein that translocates mRNA from the nucleus to cytoplasmic ribosomes. Overexpression results in an increase in both primary and secondary xylem formation. In RNAi suppressed lines, xylem formation is reduced. eukaryotic elongation factor 5A-1 (ELF5A-1)

Gene families : OG_01_0001392 (Gene family) Phylogenetic Tree(s): OG0001392_tree

Sequence : coding (download), protein (download)

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Type Description Actions
Neighborhood HRR network (cutoff 100): Cre02.g097400
Cluster HCCA cluster: Cluster_8

Type GO Term Name Evidence Source
MF GO:0003723 RNA binding IEA InterProScan
MF GO:0003746 translation elongation factor activity IEA InterProScan
BP GO:0006452 translational frameshifting IEA InterProScan
MF GO:0043022 ribosome binding IEA InterProScan
BP GO:0045901 positive regulation of translational elongation IEA InterProScan
BP GO:0045905 positive regulation of translational termination IEA InterProScan
Type GO Term Name Evidence Source

No Predicted GO terms available for this sequence

InterPro domains Description Start Stop
IPR020189 Transl_elong_IF5A_C 85 158
No external refs found!