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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actin WikiPedia]
 
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* [http://pfam.xfam.org/family/PF00022 Pfam]
 
* [http://pfam.xfam.org/family/PF00022 Pfam]
* [https://www.ebi.ac.uk/interpro/entry/IPR004000?q=ACTIN InterPro]
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* [https://www.ebi.ac.uk/interpro/entry/IPR004000 InterPro]
 
* [http://smart.embl-heidelberg.de/smart/do_annotation.pl?BLAST=DUMMY&DOMAIN=SM00268 SMART]
 
* [http://smart.embl-heidelberg.de/smart/do_annotation.pl?BLAST=DUMMY&DOMAIN=SM00268 SMART]

Revision as of 01:48, 14 August 2017

Synonymous Genes

  • ACT <=> Actin, Actin7, beta-actin, Actin 11, Actin1, Actin2, Actin3, Actin5, β-actin, Actin42A, Actin-11, Actin 101, Actin-11, β-actin1, β-actin2

Experimental Validated ICGs

Species Gene Synonymous Application scenarios Publication Year
Actinidia chinensis Actin
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2016
Agrostis stolonifera Actin7
  • Abiotic Stresses
2015
Aphis gossypii beta-actin
  • Different Developmental Stages & Geographical Populations
2016
Apis mellifera Actin
  • Bacterial Challenge
2008
Arachis hypogaea Actin 11
  • Different Developmental Stages & Abiotic Stress
2012
Artemisia annua Actin
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2014
Aspergillus niger Actin
  • Continuous Cultivation
2007
Bactrocera dorsalis Actin1, Actin2, Actin3, Actin5
  • Different Sex & Tissues
2010
Bos indicus β-actin
  • Milk Somatic Cells
2012
Brassica napus Actin7
  • Abiotic & Biotic Stress
2014
Brassica rapa subsp. pekinensis Actin2
  • Different Developmental Stages & Biotic Stress
2012
Callithrix jacchus b-Actin
  • Different Tissues
2013
Channa striatus beta-actin
  • High-temperature Stress
2016
Cichorium intybus Actin
  • Different Tissues
2010
Citrullus lanatus β-actin
  • Fruit Development
2015
Citrus clementina Beta actin
  • Different Genotypes
2012
Citrus japonica Actin 7
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2014
Citrus maxima Beta actin
  • Different Genotypes
2012
Citrus sinensis Beta actin
  • Different Genotypes
2012
Coffea arabica L. Actin
  • Different Genotypes & Abiotic Stress
2012
Corchorus capsularis Actin 7
  • Actin 7
2015
Cymbidium kanran Actin
  • Abiotic Stress
2014
Delomys sublineatus Beta-actin
  • Liver Samples
2010
Diabrotica virgifera virgifera actin 2
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2014
Drosophila melanogaster Actin42A
  • Physiological Responses
2011
Eremosparton songoricum Actin
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2012
Fagus sylvatica Actin
  • Abiotic and Biotic Stress
2008
Festuca arundinacea Actin7
  • Abiotic Stresses
2015
Fragaria ananassa Actin
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2013
Gallus gallus Beta-actin
  • Embryo Fibroblasts
2011
Glycine max Actin
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2012
Glycine max Actin-11
  • Hypoxic Condition
2014
Gossypium hirsutum Actin gene family
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2010
Haliotis discus hannai Actin
  • Bacterial Infection
2013
Homo sapiens β-actin
  • Visceral Adipose Samples
2010
Homo sapiens β-actin
  • Lung Cancer
2015
Homo sapiens β-actin
  • THP-1 Monocyte Differentiation Into Macrophages
2010
Homo sapiens β-actin
  • Normal Thyroid & Goiter Tissue
2014
Homo sapiens β-actin
  • Breast Cancer
2013
Hordeum vulgare Actin
  • Different Developmental stages
2012
Lilium davidii Actin
  • Different Experimental Conditions
2015
Mus musculus β-actin
  • Preimplantation Embryos
2014
Mus musculus β-actin
  • Testis Development
2014
Neurospora crassa Beta-actin
  • Different Environmental Conditions
2014
Oreochromis niloticus β-actin
  • Vaccination & Infection
2015
Oryza sativa Actin 1
  • Seed Development
  • [Validation of candidate reference genes for the accurate normalization of real-time quantitative RT-PCR data in rice during seed development]
2015
Oxytropis ochrocephala Actin-7, Actin 101
  • Abiotic Stress Treatments
2015
Panax ginseng Actin 11
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2016
Penicillium echinulatum β-actin
  • Culture Condition
2014
Pericallis cruenta Actin related protein 2
  • Flower Development
2013
Peucedanum praeruptorum Actin 2
  • Abiotic Stresses & Hormone Treatment & Different Tissues
2016
Phaseolus vulgaris Actin-11
  • Biotic & Abiotic Stresses
2013
Platycladus orientalis Actin 7
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2012
Plukenetia volubilis Actin
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2015
Plutella xylostella β-actin
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2013
Poa pratensis Actin7
  • Different Tissues & Abiotic Stress
2017
Pyropia yezoensis Actin3
  • Different Developmental Stages & Abiotic Stress
2014
Quercus suber Actin
  • Different Tissues
2012
Raphanus sativus Actin 2/7
  • Different Tissues & Cultivars & Developmental Stages
2012
Rattus norvegicus β-actin
  • Cardiosphere-derived Cells
2012
Rattus norvegicus β-actin
  • Adipose Tissue
2016
Rattus norvegicus β-actin
  • Borna Disease Viral Infection
2014
Rhodnius prolixus β-actin
  • Different Experimental Conditions
2012
Salicornia europaea Actin
  • Abiotic Stress
2014
Salvia miltiorrhiza Cytoskeletal structural protein
  • Different Tissues
2010
Scophthalmus maximus β-actin
  • Viral Infection
2013
Sebastes schlegeli β-Actin
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2013
Sesamum indicum Actin 7
  • Different Developmental Stages & Abiotic Stress
2013
Setaria italica Actin2
  • Dehydration & Salinity Treatment
2013
Solanum lycopersicum Actin
  • Viral Infection
2010
Spodoptera exigua β-actin1, β-actin2
  • Different Developmental Stages & Tissues
2014
Spodoptera litura Actin
  • Abiotic & Biotic treatments
2013
Stipa grandis Actin-7
  • Abiotic Stress
2017
Talaromyces marneffei β-actin
  • Specific Cells
2015
Vernicia fordii Actin7a
  • Seed Development
2012
Vigna mungo Actin
  • Biotic and Abiotic stress
2013
Zea mays Actin 1 gene
  • Landrace Varieties & During Grain Development
2013

Featured Sequence

The Sequence of Homo sapiens ACT is displayed as example.

000001 ACCGCCGAGA CCGCGTCCGC CCCGCGAGCA CAGAGCCTCG CCTTTGCCGA TCCGCCGCCC GTCCACACCC 000070
000071 GCCGCCAGCT CACCATGGAT GATGATATCG CCGCGCTCGT CGTCGACAAC GGCTCCGGCA TGTGCAAGGC 000140
000141 CGGCTTCGCG GGCGACGATG CCCCCCGGGC CGTCTTCCCC TCCATCGTGG GGCGCCCCAG GCACCAGGGC 000210
000211 GTGATGGTGG GCATGGGTCA GAAGGATTCC TATGTGGGCG ACGAGGCCCA GAGCAAGAGA GGCATCCTCA 000280
000281 CCCTGAAGTA CCCCATCGAG CACGGCATCG TCACCAACTG GGACGACATG GAGAAAATCT GGCACCACAC 000350
000351 CTTCTACAAT GAGCTGCGTG TGGCTCCCGA GGAGCACCCC GTGCTGCTGA CCGAGGCCCC CCTGAACCCC 000420
000421 AAGGCCAACC GCGAGAAGAT GACCCAGATC ATGTTTGAGA CCTTCAACAC CCCAGCCATG TACGTTGCTA 000490
000491 TCCAGGCTGT GCTATCCCTG TACGCCTCTG GCCGTACCAC TGGCATCGTG ATGGACTCCG GTGACGGGGT 000560
000561 CACCCACACT GTGCCCATCT ACGAGGGGTA TGCCCTCCCC CATGCCATCC TGCGTCTGGA CCTGGCTGGC 000630
000631 CGGGACCTGA CTGACTACCT CATGAAGATC CTCACCGAGC GCGGCTACAG CTTCACCACC ACGGCCGAGC 000700
000701 GGGAAATCGT GCGTGACATT AAGGAGAAGC TGTGCTACGT CGCCCTGGAC TTCGAGCAAG AGATGGCCAC 000770
000771 GGCTGCTTCC AGCTCCTCCC TGGAGAAGAG CTACGAGCTG CCTGACGGCC AGGTCATCAC CATTGGCAAT 000840
000841 GAGCGGTTCC GCTGCCCTGA GGCACTCTTC CAGCCTTCCT TCCTGGGCAT GGAGTCCTGT GGCATCCACG 000910
000911 AAACTACCTT CAACTCCATC ATGAAGTGTG ACGTGGACAT CCGCAAAGAC CTGTACGCCA ACACAGTGCT 000980
000981 GTCTGGCGGC ACCACCATGT ACCCTGGCAT TGCCGACAGG ATGCAGAAGG AGATCACTGC CCTGGCACCC 001050
001051 AGCACAATGA AGATCAAGAT CATTGCTCCT CCTGAGCGCA AGTACTCCGT GTGGATCGGC GGCTCCATCC 001120
001121 TGGCCTCGCT GTCCACCTTC CAGCAGATGT GGATCAGCAA GCAGGAGTAT GACGAGTCCG GCCCCTCCAT 001190
001191 CGTCCACCGC AAATGCTTCT AGGCGGACTA TGACTTAGTT GCGTTACACC CTTTCTTGAC AAAACCTAAC 001260
001261 TTGCGCAGAA AACAAGATGA GATTGGCATG GCTTTATTTG TTTTTTTTGT TTTGTTTTGG TTTTTTTTTT 001330
001331 TTTTTTGGCT TGACTCAGGA TTTAAAAACT GGAACGGTGA AGGTGACAGC AGTCGGTTGG AGCGAGCATC 001400
001401 CCCCAAAGTT CACAATGTGG CCGAGGACTT TGATTGCACA TTGTTGTTTT TTTAATAGTC ATTCCAAATA 001470
001471 TGAGATGCGT TGTTACAGGA AGTCCCTTGC CATCCTAAAA GCCACCCCAC TTCTCTCTAA GGAGAATGGC 001540
001541 CCAGTCCTCT CCCAAGTCCA CACAGGGGAG GTGATAGCAT TGCTTTCGTG TAAATTATGT AATGCAAAAT 001610
001611 TTTTTTAATC TTCGCCTTAA TACTTTTTTA TTTTGTTTTA TTTTGAATGA TGAGCCTTCG TGCCCCCCCT 001680
001681 TCCCCCTTTT TTGTCCCCCA ACTTGAGATG TATGAAGGCT TTTGGTCTCC CTGGGAGTGG GTGGAGGCAG 001750
001751 CCAGGGCTTA CCTGTACACT GACTTGAGAC CAGTTGAATA AAAGTGCACA CCTTAAAAAT GAAAAAAAAA 001820
001821 AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA AA

Conserved Domains

The Conserved domains of Homo sapiens ACT is displayed as example.

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