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Protein Sci 1995 Jul 01;47:1421-5. doi: 10.1002/pro.5560040716.
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The SEA module: a new extracellular domain associated with O-glycosylation.

Bork P , Patthy L .

Using a variety of homology search methods and multiple alignments, a new extracellular module was identified in (1) agrin, (2) enterokinase, (3) a 63-kDa sea urchin sperm protein, (4) perlecan, (5) the breast cancer marker MUCI (episialin), (6) the cell surface antigen 114/A10, and (7/8) two functionally uncharacterized, probably extracellular, Caenorhabditis elegans proteins. Despite the functional diversity of these adhesive proteins, a common denominator seems to be their existence in heavily glycosylated environments. In addition, the better characterized proteins mentioned above contain all O-glycosidic-linked carbohydrates such as heparan sulfate that contribute considerably to their molecular masses. The common module might regulate or assist binding to neighboring carbohydrate moieties.

PubMed ID: 7670383
PMC ID: PMC2143162
Article link: Protein Sci

Genes referenced: LOC100887844 LOC100889101 LOC100890608 LOC115918117 LOC115919910 LOC586604

References [+] :
Altschul, Basic local alignment search tool. 1990, Pubmed