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Identification
HMDB Protein ID HMDBP10915
Secondary Accession Numbers
  • 17216
Name Zinc finger protein 64 homolog, isoforms 1 and 2
Synonyms
  1. Zfp-64
  2. Zinc finger protein 338
Gene Name ZFP64
Protein Type Unknown
Biological Properties
General Function Involved in zinc ion binding
Specific Function May be involved in transcriptional regulation
Pathways Not Available
Reactions Not Available
GO Classification
Component
cell part
intracellular
Function
ion binding
cation binding
metal ion binding
binding
transition metal ion binding
zinc ion binding
nucleic acid binding
Cellular Location
  1. Nucleus (Probable)
Gene Properties
Chromosome Location Chromosome:2
Locus 20q13.2
SNPs ZFP64
Gene Sequence
>2046 bp
ATGAACGCGAGCAGCGAGGGCGAGAGCTTCGCGGGCTCGGTGCAAATTCCAGGTGGCACA
ACGGTGCTGGTGGAGCTGACTCCCGACATCCATATCTGCGGCATCTGCAAGCAGCAGTTT
AACAACCTGGATGCCTTTGTAGCTCACAAGCAAAGTGGCTGCCAGCTGACAGGCACATCC
GCAGCAGCCCCCAGCACGGTCCAGTTTGTATCGGAGGAAACAGTGCCTGCCACCCAGACT
CAGACCACCACCAGAACCATCACCTCGGAGACCCAGACAATCACAGTTTCAGCTCCAGAA
TTTGTTTTTGAACATGGCTATCAAACTTACCTGCCCACGGAAAGTAATGAAAACCAGACA
GCCACTGTCATCTCTCTCCCTGCCAAGTCACGCACCAAAAAGCCCACAACACCACCTGCT
CAGAAAAGGCTTAACTGTTGCTATCCAGGTTGCCAATTCAAGACTGCTTATGGCATGAAG
GACATGGAGCGGCATTTAAAAATTCACACGGGAGACAAACCCCATAAGTGTGAAGTCTGT
GGCAAGTGCTTTAGCCGGAAAGACAAGCTGAAAACTCACATGCGGTGCCACACGGGCGTG
AAGCCCTACAAGTGTAAGACGTGTGACTACGCCGCTGCCGACAGCAGCAGCCTCAACAAG
CACCTGAGGATCCACTCGGACGAGCGGCCCTTCAAATGCCAGATCTGCCCCTACGCCAGC
CGCAACTCCAGCCAGCTCACTGTCCACCTGCGATCCCACACGGGGGACGCCCCCTTCCAG
TGCTGGCTCTGTAGCGCCAAGTTCAAAATCAGCTCGGACTTGAAAAGGCACATGCGGGTG
CACTCGGGGGAGAAGCCTTTCAAGTGCGAGTTCTGCAATGTCCGCTGCACCATGAAGGGG
AACCTCAAGTCGCACATCCGTATCAAGCACAGCGGGAATAACTTCAAGTGTCCTCATTGC
GACTTCCTGGGTGACAGCAAAGCCACCCTCCGGAAGCACAGCCGCGTGCACCAGTCGGAG
CATCCTGAGAAGTGCTCGGAATGCAGCTACTCCTGCTCCAGCAAGGCCGCCCTGCGCATC
CACGAGCGTATCCACTGCACCGACCGCCCTTTCAAGTGCAACTACTGCAGCTTCGACACC
AAACAGCCCAGCAACCTGAGCAAGCACATGAAGAAGTTCCACGGGGACATGGTTAAGACT
GAGGCTCTAGAGAGGAAGGACACCGGCAGGCAGAGCAGCCGGCAGGTGGCCAAGCTGGAT
GCCAAGAAGAGTTTCCACTGCGATATATGCGATGCCTCCTTCATGCGGGAGGACTCGCTC
CGCAGCCACAAGAGACAGCACAGTGAGTACAATGAGAGTAAGAACTCGGACGTGACCGTT
CTCCAGTTTCAGATCGACCCCAGCAAGCAGCCCGCCACGCCCCTCACTGTGGGACACCTC
CAGGTGCCCCTCCAGCCCAGCCAAGTGCCCCAGTTCAGCGAGGGAAGAGTCAAAATCATC
GTTGGGCATCAGGTGCCCCAGGCGAACACCATCGTCCAGGCTGCCGCTGCTGCAGTGAAC
ATCGTCCCGCCTGCCTTGGTGGCCCAGAACCCAGAGGAACTCCCAGGGAACAGCCGGCTG
CAGATCCTGCGCCAGGTCAGTCTGATCGCCCCCCCTCAGTCCTCGCGGTGTCCGAGCGAG
GCGGGCGCAATGACCCAGCCGGCTGTCCTGCTGACCACCCACGAGCAGACGGACGGAGCC
ACTCTGCACCAGACTCTCATCCCCACGGCCTCAGGTGGCCCCCAGGAAGGCTCTGGCAAT
CAAACTTTCATTACCAGTTCGGGTATTACTTGCACTGACTTTGAAGGCCTAAACGCCTTG
ATTCAGGAGGGGACAGCAGAAGTGACAGTGGTGAGCGATGGAGGCCAGAACATCGCAGTG
GCCACCACAGCGCCACCGGTCTTCTCCTCCTCTTCCCAGCAAGAACTACCCAAGCAGACC
TACTCCATCATTCAAGGGGCAGCCCATCCAGCTTTGCTCTGTCCCGCCGACTCCATTCCA
GATTAG
Protein Properties
Number of Residues 681
Molecular Weight 74643.0
Theoretical pI 8.47
Pfam Domain Function Not Available
Signals
  • None
Transmembrane Regions
  • None
Protein Sequence
>Zinc finger protein 64 homolog, isoforms 1 and 2
MNASSEGESFAGSVQIPGGTTVLVELTPDIHICGICKQQFNNLDAFVAHKQSGCQLTGTS
AAAPSTVQFVSEETVPATQTQTTTRTITSETQTITVSAPEFVFEHGYQTYLPTESNENQT
ATVISLPAKSRTKKPTTPPAQKRLNCCYPGCQFKTAYGMKDMERHLKIHTGDKPHKCEVC
GKCFSRKDKLKTHMRCHTGVKPYKCKTCDYAAADSSSLNKHLRIHSDERPFKCQICPYAS
RNSSQLTVHLRSHTGDAPFQCWLCSAKFKISSDLKRHMRVHSGEKPFKCEFCNVRCTMKG
NLKSHIRIKHSGNNFKCPHCDFLGDSKATLRKHSRVHQSEHPEKCSECSYSCSSKAALRI
HERIHCTDRPFKCNYCSFDTKQPSNLSKHMKKFHGDMVKTEALERKDTGRQSSRQVAKLD
AKKSFHCDICDASFMREDSLRSHKRQHSEYSESKNSDVTVLQFQIDPSKQPATPLTVGHL
QVPLQPSQVPQFSEGRVKIIVGHQVPQANTIVQAAAAAVNIVPPALVAQNPEELPGNSRL
QILRQVSLIAPPQSSRCPSEAGAMTQPAVLLTTHEQTDGATLHQTLIPTASGGPQEGSGN
QTFITSSGITCTDFEGLNALIQEGTAEVTVVSDGGQNIAVATTAPPVFSSSSQQELPKQT
YSIIQGAAHPALLCPADSIPD
GenBank ID Protein 7022946
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ID Q9NPA5
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Entry Name ZF64A_HUMAN
PDB IDs Not Available
GenBank Gene ID AK001596
GeneCard ID ZFP64
GenAtlas ID ZFP64
HGNC ID HGNC:15940
References
General References
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