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'''Description of YNL094W:''' Protein of unknown function, interacts with Rvs161p and Rvs167p; computational analysis of protein-protein interactions in large-scale studies suggests a possible role in actin filament organization<ref name='S000059091'>Bon E, et al. (2000) A network of proteins around Rvs167p and Rvs161p, two proteins related to the yeast actin cytoskeleton. Yeast 16(13):1229-41 {{SGDpaper|S000059091}} PMID 10992286</ref><ref name='S000074191'>Samanta MP and Liang S (2003) Predicting protein functions from redundancies in large-scale protein interaction networks. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100(22):12579-83
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'''Description of YNL094W:''' Phosphatidate phosphatase, converts phosphatidate to diacylglycerol; App1p, Pah1p, Dpp1p, and Lpp1p are responsible for all the phosphatidate phosphatase activity; component of cortical actin patches; interacts with components of endocytic pathway<ref name='S000059091'>Bon E, et al. (2000) A network of proteins around Rvs167p and Rvs161p, two proteins related to the yeast actin cytoskeleton. Yeast 16(13):1229-41 {{SGDpaper|S000059091}} PMID 10992286</ref><ref name='S000151386'>Chae M, et al. (2012) The Saccharomyces cerevisiae Actin Patch Protein App1p is a Phosphatidate Phosphatase Enzyme. J Biol Chem () {{SGDpaper|S000151386}} PMID 23071111</ref><ref name='S000074191'>Samanta MP and Liang S (2003) Predicting protein functions from redundancies in large-scale protein interaction networks. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100(22):12579-83
 
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Systematic name YNL094W
Gene name APP1
Aliases
Feature type ORF, Verified
Coordinates Chr XIV:447611..449374
Primary SGDID S000005038


Description of YNL094W: Phosphatidate phosphatase, converts phosphatidate to diacylglycerol; App1p, Pah1p, Dpp1p, and Lpp1p are responsible for all the phosphatidate phosphatase activity; component of cortical actin patches; interacts with components of endocytic pathway[1][2][3]




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  1. Bon E, et al. (2000) A network of proteins around Rvs167p and Rvs161p, two proteins related to the yeast actin cytoskeleton. Yeast 16(13):1229-41 SGD PMID 10992286
  2. Chae M, et al. (2012) The Saccharomyces cerevisiae Actin Patch Protein App1p is a Phosphatidate Phosphatase Enzyme. J Biol Chem () SGD PMID 23071111
  3. Samanta MP and Liang S (2003) Predicting protein functions from redundancies in large-scale protein interaction networks. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100(22):12579-83 SGD PMID 14566057

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