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Identification
HMDB Protein ID HMDBP01858
Secondary Accession Numbers
  • 7252
Name Multidrug resistance-associated protein 1
Synonyms
  1. ATP-binding cassette sub-family C member 1
  2. LTC4 transporter
  3. Leukotriene C(4) transporter
Gene Name ABCC1
Protein Type Transporter
Biological Properties
General Function Involved in ATP binding
Specific Function Mediates export of organic anions and drugs from the cytoplasm. Mediates ATP-dependent transport of glutathione and glutathione conjugates, leukotriene C4, estradiol-17-beta-o- glucuronide, methotrexate, antiviral drugs and other xenobiotics. Confers resistance to anticancer drugs. Hydrolyzes ATP with low efficiency
Pathways
  • Acetaminophen Metabolism Pathway
  • Docetaxel Action Pathway
  • Doxorubicin Metabolism Pathway
  • Irinotecan Action Pathway
  • Irinotecan Metabolism Pathway
  • Lamivudine Metabolism Pathway
  • Paclitaxel Action Pathway
  • Vinblastine Action Pathway
  • Vincristine Action Pathway
  • Vindesine Action Pathway
  • Vinorelbine Action Pathway
Reactions Not Available
GO Classification
Component
cell part
membrane part
intrinsic to membrane
integral to membrane
Function
active transmembrane transporter activity
primary active transmembrane transporter activity
p-p-bond-hydrolysis-driven transmembrane transporter activity
atpase activity, coupled to transmembrane movement of substances
binding
nucleotide binding
catalytic activity
hydrolase activity
nucleoside binding
purine nucleoside binding
adenyl nucleotide binding
adenyl ribonucleotide binding
atp binding
transmembrane transporter activity
atpase activity
transporter activity
nucleoside-triphosphatase activity
hydrolase activity, acting on acid anhydrides
hydrolase activity, acting on acid anhydrides, in phosphorus-containing anhydrides
pyrophosphatase activity
Process
establishment of localization
transport
transmembrane transport
Cellular Location
  1. Cell membrane
  2. Multi-pass membrane protein
Gene Properties
Chromosome Location Chromosome:1
Locus 16p13.1
SNPs ABCC1
Gene Sequence
>4596 bp
ATGGCGCTCCGGGGCTTCTGCAGCGCCGATGGCTCCGACCCGCTCTGGGACTGGAATGTC
ACGTGGAATACCAGCAACCCCGACTTCACCAAGTGCTTTCAGAACACGGTCCTCGTGTGG
GTGCCTTGTTTTTACCTCTGGGCCTGTTTCCCCTTCTACTTCCTCTATCTCTCCCGACAT
GACCGAGGCTACATTCAGATGACACCTCTCAACAAAACCAAAACTGCCTTGGGATTTTTG
CTGTGGATCGTCTGCTGGGCAGACCTCTTCTACTCTTTCTGGGAAAGAAGTCGGGGCATA
TTCCTGGCCCCAGTGTTTCTGGTCAGCCCAACTCTCTTGGGCATCACCATGCTGCTTGCT
ACCTTTTTAATTCAGCTGGAGAGGAGGAAGGGAGTTCAGTCTTCAGGGATCATGCTCACT
TTCTGGCTGGTAGCCCTAGTGTGTGCCCTAGCCATCCTGAGATCCAAAATTATGACAGCC
TTAAAAGAGGATGCCCAGGTGGACCTGTTTCGTGACATCACTTTCTACGTCTACTTTTCC
CTCTTACTCATTCAGCTCGTCTTGTCCTGTTTCTCAGATCGCTCACCCCTGTTCTCGGAA
ACCATCCACGACCCTAATCCCTGCCCAGAGTCCAGCGCTTCCTTCCTGTCGAGGATCACC
TTCTGGTGGATCACAGGGTTGATTGTCCGGGGCTACCGCCAGCCCCTGGAGGGCAGTGAC
CTCTGGTCCTTAAACAAGGAGGACACGTCGGAACAAGTCGTGCCTGTTTTGGTAAAGAAC
TGGAAGAAGGAATGCGCCAAGACTAGGAAGCAGCCGGTGAAGGTTGTGTACTCCTCCAAG
GATCCTGCCCAGCCGAAAGAGAGTTCCAAGGTGGATGCGAATGAGGAGGTGGAGGCTTTG
ATCGTCAAGTCCCCACAGAAGGAGTGGAACCCCTCTCTGTTTAAGGTGTTATACAAGACC
TTTGGGCCCTACTTCCTCATGAGCTTCTTCTTCAAGGCCATCCACGACCTGATGATGTTT
TCCGGGCCGCAGATCTTAAAGTTGCTCATCAAGTTCGTGAATGACACGAAGGCCCCAGAC
TGGCAGGGCTACTTCTACACCGTGCTGCTGTTTGTCACTGCCTGCCTGCAGACCCTCGTG
CTGCACCAGTACTTCCACATCTGCTTCGTCAGTGGCATGAGGATCAAGACCGCTGTCATT
GGGGCTGTCTATCGGAAGGCCCTGGTGATCACCAATTCAGCCAGAAAATCCTCCACGGTC
GGGGAGATTGTCAACCTCATGTCTGTGGACGCTCAGAGGTTCATGGACTTGGCCACGTAC
ATTAACATGATCTGGTCAGCCCCCCTGCAAGTCATCCTTGCTCTCTACCTCCTGTGGCTG
AATCTGGGCCCTTCCGTCCTGGCTGGAGTGGCGGTGATGGTCCTCATGGTGCCCGTCAAT
GCTGTGATGGCGATGAAGACCAAGACGTATCAGGTGGCCCACATGAAGAGCAAAGACAAT
CGGATCAAGCTGATGAACGAAATTCTCAATGGGATCAAAGTGCTAAAGCTTTATGCCTGG
GAGCTGGCATTCAAGGACAAGGTGCTGGCCATCAGGCAGGAGGAGCTGAAGGTGCTGAAG
AAGTCTGCCTACCTGTCAGCCGTGGGCACCTTCACCTGGGTCTGCACGCCCTTTCTGGTG
GCCTTGTGCACATTTGCCGTCTACGTGACCATTGACGAGAACAACATCCTGGATGCCCAG
ACAGCCTTCGTGTCTTTGGCCTTGTTCAACATCCTCCGGTTTCCCCTGAACATTCTCCCC
ATGGTCATCAGCAGCATCGTGCAGGCGAGTGTCTCCCTCAAACGCCTGAGGATCTTTCTC
TCCCATGAGGAGCTGGAACCTGACAGCATCGAGCGACGGCCTGTCAAAGACGGCGGGGGC
ACGAACAGCATCACCGTGAGGAATGCCACATTCACCTGGGCCAGGAGCGACCCTCCCACA
CTGAATGGCATCACCTTCTCCATCCCCGAAGGTGCTTTGGTGGCCGTGGTGGGCCAGGTG
GGCTGCGGAAAGTCGTCCCTGCTCTCAGCCCTCTTGGCTGAGATGGACAAAGTGGAGGGG
CACGTGGCTATCAAGGGCTCCGTGGCCTATGTGCCACAGCAGGCCTGGATTCAGAATGAT
TCTCTCCGAGAAAACATCCTTTTTGGATGTCAGCTGGAGGAACCATATTACAGGTCCGTG
ATACAGGCCTGTGCCCTCCTCCCAGACCTGGAAATCCTGCCCAGTGGGGATCGGACAGAG
ATTGGCGAGAAGGGCGTGAACCTGTCTGGGGGCCAGAAGCAGCGCGTGAGCCTGGCCCGG
GCCGTGTACTCCAACGCTGACATTTACCTCTTCGATGATCCCCTCTCAGCAGTGGATGCC
CATGTGGGAAAACACATCTTTGAAAATGTGATTGGCCCCAAGGGGATGCTGAAGAACAAG
ACGCGGATCTTGGTCACGCACAGCATGAGCTACTTGCCGCAGGTGGACGTCATCATCGTC
ATGAGTGGCGGCAAGATCTCTGAGATGGGCTCCTACCAGGAGCTGCTGGCTCGAGACGGC
GCCTTCGCTGAGTTCCTGCGTACCTATGCCAGCACAGAGCAGGAGCAGGATGCAGAGGAG
AACGGGGTCACGGGCGTCAGCGGTCCAGGGAAGGAAGCAAAGCAAATGGAGAATGGCATG
CTGGTGACGGACAGTGCAGGGAAGCAACTGCAGAGACAGCTCAGCAGCTCCTCCTCCTAT
AGTGGGGACATCAGCAGGCACCACAACAGCACCGCAGAACTGCAGAAAGCTGAGGCCAAG
AAGGAGGAGACCTGGAAGCTGATGGAGGCTGACAAGGCGCAGACAGGGCAGGTCAAGCTT
TCCGTGTACTGGGACTACATGAAGGCCATCGGACTCTTCATCTCCTTCCTCAGCATCTTC
CTTTTCATGTGTAACCATGTGTCCGCGCTGGCTTCCAACTATTGGCTCAGCCTCTGGACT
GATGACCCCATCGTCAACGGGACTCAGGAGCACACGAAAGTCCGGCTGAGCGTCTATGGA
GCCCTGGGCATTTCACAAGGGATCGCCGTGTTTGGCTACTCCATGGCCGTGTCCATCGGG
GGGATCTTGGCTTCCCGCTGTCTGCACGTGGACCTGCTGCACAGCATCCTGCGGTCACCC
ATGAGCTTCTTTGAGCGGACCCCCAGTGGGAACCTGGTGAACCGCTTCTCCAAGGAGCTG
GACACAGTGGACTCCATGATCCCGGAGGTCATCAAGATGTTCATGGGCTCCCTGTTCAAC
GTCATTGGTGCCTGCATCGTTATCCTGCTGGCCACGCCCATCGCCGCCATCATCATCCCG
CCCCTTGGCCTCATCTACTTCTTCGTCCAGAGGTTCTACGTGGCTTCCTCCCGGCAGCTG
AAGCGCCTCGAGTCGGTCAGCCGCTCCCCGGTCTATTCCCATTTCAACGAGACCTTGCTG
GGGGTCAGCGTCATTCGAGCCTTCGAGGAGCAGGAGCGCTTCATCCACCAGAGTGACCTG
AAGGTGGACGAGAACCAGAAGGCCTATTACCCCAGCATCGTGGCCAACAGGTGGCTGGCC
GTGCGGCTGGAGTGTGTGGGCAACTGCATCGTTCTGTTTGCTGCCCTGTTTGCGGTGATC
TCCAGGCACAGCCTCAGTGCTGGCTTGGTGGGCCTCTCAGTGTCTTACTCATTGCAGGTC
ACCACGTACTTGAACTGGCTGGTTCGGATGTCATCTGAAATGGAAACCAACATCGTGGCC
GTGGAGAGGCTCAAGGAGTATTCAGAGACTGAGAAGGAGGCGCCCTGGCAAATCCAGGAG
ACAGCTCCGCCCAGCAGCTGGCCCCAGGTGGGCCGAGTGGAATTCCGGAACTACTGCCTG
CGCTACCGAGAGGACCTGGACTTCGTTCTCAGGCACATCAATGTCACGATCAATGGGGGA
GAAAAGGTCGGCATCGTGGGGCGGACGGGAGCTGGGAAGTCGTCCCTGACCCTGGGCTTA
TTTCGGATCAACGAGTCTGCCGAAGGAGAGATCATCATCGATGGCATCAACATCGCCAAG
ATCGGCCTGCACGACCTCCGCTTCAAGATCACCATCATCCCCCAGGACCCTGTTTTGTTT
TCGGGTTCCCTCCGAATGAACCTGGACCCATTCAGCCAGTACTCGGATGAAGAAGTCTGG
ACGTCCCTGGAGCTGGCCCACCTGAAGGACTTCGTGTCAGCCCTTCCTGACAAGCTAGAC
CATGAATGTGCAGAAGGCGGGGAGAACCTCAGTGTCGGGCAGCGCCAGCTTGTGTGCCTA
GCCCGGGCCCTGCTGAGGAAGACGAAGATCCTTGTGTTGGATGAGGCCACGGCAGCCGTG
GACCTGGAAACGGACGACCTCATCCAGTCCACCATCCGGACACAGTTCGAGGACTGCACC
GTCCTCACCATCGCCCACCGGCTCAACACCATCATGGACTACACAAGGGTGATCGTCTTG
GACAAAGGAGAAATCCAGGAGTACGGCGCCCCATCGGACCTCCTGCAGCAGAGAGGTCTT
TTCTACAGCATGGCCAAAGACGCCGGCTTGGTGTGA
Protein Properties
Number of Residues 1531
Molecular Weight 171589.5
Theoretical pI 7.11
Pfam Domain Function
Signals
  • None
Transmembrane Regions
  • 34-54
  • 75-95
  • 101-121
  • 134-154
  • 173-193
  • 317-337
  • 364-384
  • 441-461
  • 465-485
  • 548-568
  • 591-611
  • 968-988
  • 1026-1046
  • 1090-1110
  • 1112-1132
  • 1204-1224
  • 1227-1247
Protein Sequence
>Multidrug resistance-associated protein 1
MALRGFCSADGSDPLWDWNVTWNTSNPDFTKCFQNTVLVWVPCFYLWACFPFYFLYLSRH
DRGYIQMTPLNKTKTALGFLLWIVCWADLFYSFWERSRGIFLAPVFLVSPTLLGITMLLA
TFLIQLERRKGVQSSGIMLTFWLVALVCALAILRSKIMTALKEDAQVDLFRDITFYVYFS
LLLIQLVLSCFSDRSPLFSETIHDPNPCPESSASFLSRITFWWITGLIVRGYRQPLEGSD
LWSLNKEDTSEQVVPVLVKNWKKECAKTRKQPVKVVYSSKDPAQPKESSKVDANEEVEAL
IVKSPQKEWNPSLFKVLYKTFGPYFLMSFFFKAIHDLMMFSGPQILKLLIKFVNDTKAPD
WQGYFYTVLLFVTACLQTLVLHQYFHICFVSGMRIKTAVIGAVYRKALVITNSARKSSTV
GEIVNLMSVDAQRFMDLATYINMIWSAPLQVILALYLLWLNLGPSVLAGVAVMVLMVPVN
AVMAMKTKTYQVAHMKSKDNRIKLMNEILNGIKVLKLYAWELAFKDKVLAIRQEELKVLK
KSAYLSAVGTFTWVCTPFLVALCTFAVYVTIDENNILDAQTAFVSLALFNILRFPLNILP
MVISSIVQASVSLKRLRIFLSHEELEPDSIERRPVKDGGGTNSITVRNATFTWARSDPPT
LNGITFSIPEGALVAVVGQVGCGKSSLLSALLAEMDKVEGHVAIKGSVAYVPQQAWIQND
SLRENILFGCQLEEPYYRSVIQACALLPDLEILPSGDRTEIGEKGVNLSGGQKQRVSLAR
AVYSNADIYLFDDPLSAVDAHVGKHIFENVIGPKGMLKNKTRILVTHSMSYLPQVDVIIV
MSGGKISEMGSYQELLARDGAFAEFLRTYASTEQEQDAEENGVTGVSGPGKEAKQMENGM
LVTDSAGKQLQRQLSSSSSYSGDISRHHNSTAELQKAEAKKEETWKLMEADKAQTGQVKL
SVYWDYMKAIGLFISFLSIFLFMCNHVSALASNYWLSLWTDDPIVNGTQEHTKVRLSVYG
ALGISQGIAVFGYSMAVSIGGILASRCLHVDLLHSILRSPMSFFERTPSGNLVNRFSKEL
DTVDSMIPEVIKMFMGSLFNVIGACIVILLATPIAAIIIPPLGLIYFFVQRFYVASSRQL
KRLESVSRSPVYSHFNETLLGVSVIRAFEEQERFIHQSDLKVDENQKAYYPSIVANRWLA
VRLECVGNCIVLFAALFAVISRHSLSAGLVGLSVSYSLQVTTYLNWLVRMSSEMETNIVA
VERLKEYSETEKEAPWQIQETAPPSSWPQVGRVEFRNYCLRYREDLDFVLRHINVTINGG
EKVGIVGRTGAGKSSLTLGLFRINESAEGEIIIDGINIAKIGLHDLRFKITIIPQDPVLF
SGSLRMNLDPFSQYSDEEVWTSLELAHLKDFVSALPDKLDHECAEGGENLSVGQRQLVCL
ARALLRKTKILVLDEATAAVDLETDDLIQSTIRTQFEDCTVLTIAHRLNTIMDYTRVIVL
DKGEIQEYGAPSDLLQQRGLFYSMAKDAGLV
GenBank ID Protein 134142337
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ID P33527
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Entry Name MRP1_HUMAN
PDB IDs Not Available
GenBank Gene ID NM_004996.3
GeneCard ID ABCC1
GenAtlas ID ABCC1
HGNC ID HGNC:51
References
General References
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