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Summary of GO:0006944 (All List)

Organism Arabidopsis thaliana
GO ID GO:0006944
Namespace Process
Name membrane fusion
Description The joining of two lipid bilayers to form a single membrane.

Entry Genes (5 entries)

LocusGene modelDescription
AT1G13890AT1G13890.1Encodes a member of a gene family homologous to mammalian SNAP25, a type of SNARE proteins with two chains. There are three members in Arabidopsis: SNAP30, SNAP29, and SNAP33. 
AT4G32150AT4G32150.1AtVAMP711 is a member of Synaptobrevin-like AtVAMP7C, v-SNARE (soluble N-ethyl-maleimide sensitive factor attachment protein receptors) protein family. SNAREs have been divided into four subgroups: Qa-, Qb-, Qc- and R-SNAREs. R-SNAREs are classified into three groups, the Sec22-, YKT6- and VAMP7-like R-SNAREs. One R-SNARE and three Q-SNAREs (one of each subgroup) form the trans-SNARE complex, which governs specific membrane fusions. VAMP7 proteins consist of three distinct domain, the N-terminal longin-domain (LD), the SNARE motif (SNM) and a transmembrane domain. In spite of the high similarities among the VAMP7 proteins, they show different subcellular localizations. VAMP7C is vacuolar-localized and its LD is essential for the correct localization. Generally, it is suggested that the complete LD is the determinant of subcellular sorting in both animal and plant R-SNAREs. 
AT5G07880AT5G07880.1member of mammalian SNAP25 Gene Family, a type of SNARE proteins with two chains. There are three members in Arabidopsis: SNAP30, SNAP29, and SNAP33. 
AT5G48030AT5G48030.1encodes a mitochondrially targeted DNAJ protein involved in female gametophyte development. 
AT5G61210AT5G61210.1membrane localized t-SNARE SNAP25 homologue, probably involved in cytokinesis and cell plate formation 


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