KEGG   Bos indicus (zebu cattle): 109566132
Entry
109566132         CDS       T04792                                 

Gene name
IL1A
Definition
(RefSeq) interleukin-1 alpha
  KO
K04383  interleukin 1 alpha
Organism
biu  Bos indicus (zebu cattle)
Pathway
biu04010  MAPK signaling pathway
biu04060  Cytokine-cytokine receptor interaction
biu04217  Necroptosis
biu04218  Cellular senescence
biu04380  Osteoclast differentiation
biu04640  Hematopoietic cell lineage
biu04932  Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
biu04933  AGE-RAGE signaling pathway in diabetic complications
biu04940  Type I diabetes mellitus
biu05010  Alzheimer disease
biu05020  Prion disease
biu05022  Pathways of neurodegeneration - multiple diseases
biu05133  Pertussis
biu05140  Leishmaniasis
biu05152  Tuberculosis
biu05162  Measles
biu05164  Influenza A
biu05321  Inflammatory bowel disease
biu05323  Rheumatoid arthritis
biu05332  Graft-versus-host disease
biu05418  Fluid shear stress and atherosclerosis
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:biu00001]
 09130 Environmental Information Processing
  09132 Signal transduction
   04010 MAPK signaling pathway
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09133 Signaling molecules and interaction
   04060 Cytokine-cytokine receptor interaction
    109566132 (IL1A)
 09140 Cellular Processes
  09143 Cell growth and death
   04217 Necroptosis
    109566132 (IL1A)
   04218 Cellular senescence
    109566132 (IL1A)
 09150 Organismal Systems
  09151 Immune system
   04640 Hematopoietic cell lineage
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09158 Development and regeneration
   04380 Osteoclast differentiation
    109566132 (IL1A)
 09160 Human Diseases
  09163 Immune disease
   05323 Rheumatoid arthritis
    109566132 (IL1A)
   05321 Inflammatory bowel disease
    109566132 (IL1A)
   05332 Graft-versus-host disease
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09164 Neurodegenerative disease
   05010 Alzheimer disease
    109566132 (IL1A)
   05020 Prion disease
    109566132 (IL1A)
   05022 Pathways of neurodegeneration - multiple diseases
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09166 Cardiovascular disease
   05418 Fluid shear stress and atherosclerosis
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09167 Endocrine and metabolic disease
   04940 Type I diabetes mellitus
    109566132 (IL1A)
   04932 Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
    109566132 (IL1A)
   04933 AGE-RAGE signaling pathway in diabetic complications
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09171 Infectious disease: bacterial
   05133 Pertussis
    109566132 (IL1A)
   05152 Tuberculosis
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09172 Infectious disease: viral
   05164 Influenza A
    109566132 (IL1A)
   05162 Measles
    109566132 (IL1A)
  09174 Infectious disease: parasitic
   05140 Leishmaniasis
    109566132 (IL1A)
Cytokines and growth factors [BR:biu04052]
 Cytokines
  Interleukins
   109566132 (IL1A)
SSDB
Motif
Pfam: IL1_propep IL1 DUF4937
Other DBs
NCBI-GeneID: 109566132
NCBI-ProteinID: XP_019825812
UniProt: A0A6P5CLP5
LinkDB
Position
11
AA seq 268 aa
MAKVPDLFEDLKNCYSENEDYTSEIDHLSLNQKSFYDASYEPLREDQMNKFMSLDTSETS
KTSKLSFKENVVMVAASGKILKKRRLSLNQFITDDDLEAIANNTEEEIIKPRSAHYSFQS
NVKYNFMRVIHQECILNDALNQSIIRDMSGPYLTATTLNNLEEAVKFDMVAYVSEEDSQL
PVTLRISKTQLFVSAQNEDEPVLLKEMPETPKIIKDETNLLFFWEKHGSMDYFKSVAHPK
LFIATKQEKLVHMASGPPSITDFQILEK
NT seq 807 nt   +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atggccaaagtccctgacctctttgaagacctgaagaactgttacagtgaaaatgaagac
tacacttctgaaattgaccacctctctctcaatcagaagtccttctatgatgcaagctat
gagccacttcgtgaggaccagatgaataagtttatgtccctggatacctcggaaacctct
aagacatccaagcttagcttcaaggagaatgtggtgatggtggcagccagtgggaagatt
ctgaagaagagacggttgagtttaaatcagttcatcaccgatgatgacctggaagccatt
gccaataacacagaagaagaaatcatcaagcccagatcagcacattacagcttccagagt
aacgtgaaatacaactttatgagagtcatccaccaggaatgcatcctgaacgacgccctc
aatcaaagtataattcgagatatgtcaggtccatacctgacggctactacattaaataat
ctggaggaggcagtgaaatttgacatggttgcttatgtatcagaagaggattctcagctt
cctgtgactctaagaatctcaaaaactcaactgtttgtgagtgctcaaaatgaagacgaa
cccgtcttgctaaaggagatgcctgagacacccaaaatcatcaaagatgagaccaacctc
ctcttcttctgggaaaagcatggctctatggactacttcaaatcagttgcccatccaaag
ttgtttattgccacaaagcaagaaaaattggtgcacatggcaagtgggccgccctcgatc
actgactttcagatattggaaaaatag

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