STUB1

STUB1

A gene on chromosome 16p13.3 that encodes a ubiquitin ligase/co-chaperone, which participates in protein quality control by targeting various chaperone protein substrates (e.g., misfolded chaparones for proteosomal degradation) and modulates the activity of several chaperone complexes, including Hsp70, Hsc70 and Hsp90.
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Bu et al., "The ubiquitin ligase Stub1 negatively modulates regulatory T cell suppressive activity by promoting degradation of the transcription factor Foxp3," Immunity, vol.
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It begins with the design of Antenna #1, which consists of an inverted L-shaped Stub1 and a CPW feed line.
By tuning the length of [L.sub.1], the total length of Stub1 varies.
The STUB1 gene was transcribed most highly in the stem, less in the roots and lowest in the leaf.
Name of Corresponding Homologous gene after BLAST searching cDNA clone genomic clone (% nucleotide sequence identity) STUB1 9-1 Hordeum vulgare alpha-tubulin 3 (90%) accession number AJ132399 SPRP1 10-1,14-1 Zea mays proline-rich protein (84%) accession number Y17332 SAQ1 16-1 Zea mays plasma membrane MIP protein (pip2) (96%) accession number AF131201 SEF1[alpha] 19-1 Zea mays Elongation factor 1[alpha] (93%) accession number U76259 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS