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C-Myc

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MYC
C-Myc-DNA complex.png
已知的結構
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識別號
别名MYC;MRTL、​MYC proto-oncogene, bHLH transcription factor、​MYCC、​Myc、​bHLHe39、​c-Myc、​v-myc avian myelocytomatosis viral oncogene homolog
外部IDMGI97250 HomoloGene31092 GeneCardsMYC
直系同源
物種人類小鼠
Entrez
Ensembl
UniProt
mRNA​序列

NM_002467、NM_001354870

NM_001177352、NM_001177353、NM_001177354、NM_010849

蛋白序列

NP_002458、NP_001341799

NP_001170823、NP_001170824、NP_001170825、NP_034979

基因位置​(UCSC)Chr 8: 127.74 – 127.74 Mbn/a
PubMed​查找[1][2]
維基數據
檢視/編輯 人類檢視/編輯 小鼠

C-MycMyc是编码转录因子调节基因英语Regulator gene。这一基因编码的蛋白在细胞核内被磷酸化,有多种功能:在细胞周期进程、细胞凋亡和细胞轉化中发挥作用。[3]

相互作用[编辑]

Myc可与以下蛋白质发生交互作用

参考文献[编辑]

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