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Gene Symbol:
cta D. melanogaster D. melanogaster
Full name:
CG17678, CG40010, conc, CTA, cta, Cta, DmelCG17678, Dmel_CG17678, mat(2)cta, mat(2)fog
Genomic Location:
Chr 2L: 22874534-22885080
Homo sapiens Mus musculus Rattus norvegicus Macaca mulatta Danio rerio Gallus gallus Pan troglodytes Canis lupus familiaris Bos taurus
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Protein Names

GO Molecular Function

protein-containing complex binding | nucleotide binding | signaling receptor binding | hydrolase activity | G-protein beta/gamma-subunit complex binding | pyrophosphatase activity | catalytic activity | nucleoside-triphosphatase activity | dopamine receptor binding | purine nucleotide binding | organic cyclic compound binding | GTPase activity | protein binding | G-protein coupled receptor binding | hydrolase activity, acting on acid anhydrides | D5 dopamine receptor binding | heterocyclic compound binding | hydrolase activity, acting on acid anhydrides, in phosphorus-containing anhydrides | guanyl nucleotide binding | small molecule binding

GO Biological Process

cell morphogenesis | apical constriction | actin filament-based process | cell motility | regulation of cell morphogenesis | intracellular signal transduction | morphogenesis of an epithelium | regulation of cell shape | establishment of cell polarity involved in gastrulation cell migration | cell differentiation | establishment or maintenance of cytoskeleton polarity involved in gastrulation | regulation of organelle organization | convergent extension | cellular process | localization | regulation of embryonic cell shape | mesoderm development | regulation of embryonic development | tissue development | actin filament-based movement | regulation of cellular process | small GTPase mediated signal transduction | epithelium development | establishment of cell polarity | cellular component organization | actin-mediated cell contraction | response to stimulus | epithelial cell development | gastrulation involving germ band extension | G-protein coupled receptor signaling pathway | embryo development | epithelial cell morphogenesis | locomotion | regulation of actin cytoskeleton organization | multicellular organism development | cell migration | adenylate cyclase-modulating G-protein coupled receptor signaling pathway | cell morphogenesis involved in differentiation | establishment or maintenance of cell polarity | cell communication | embryonic morphogenesis | tissue morphogenesis | Rho protein signal transduction | anatomical structure development | cytoskeleton organization | apical constriction involved in gastrulation | ectoderm development | convergent extension involved in gastrulation | G-protein coupled receptor signaling pathway, coupled to cyclic nucleotide second messenger | mesectoderm development | signaling | cell development | cell migration involved in gastrulation | anatomical structure morphogenesis | regulation of developmental process | developmental process | organelle organization | regulation of gastrulation | Ras protein signal transduction | establishment of cell polarity involved in ameboidal cell migration | epithelial cell differentiation | establishment or maintenance of cytoskeleton polarity | regulation of actin filament-based process | gastrulation | ameboidal-type cell migration | regulation of cellular component organization | regulation of cytoskeleton organization | signal transduction | regulation of myosin II filament organization | multicellular organismal process

GO Cellular Component

heterotrimeric G-protein complex | brush border | cytoplasmic side of plasma membrane | catalytic complex | extrinsic component of membrane | cell projection membrane | cell | cytoplasmic side of membrane | plasma membrane protein complex | extrinsic component of plasma membrane | brush border membrane | protein-containing complex | cell projection | plasma membrane | extrinsic component of cytoplasmic side of plasma membrane | cell periphery | intracellular | membrane