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RPL10 60S large subunit ribosomal protein 
Alias:GRC5; L2341; QSR1; RIX5
Classification:known protein | 5422 Entries | Evi | PUBMED
Feature Type:CDS
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Paralogs (14.7 %) ;  |  Homologs in   Hemiascomycota (99.1 %);  Basidiomycota (70.2 %);  Fungi (99.1 %);  Eukaryota (99.1 %);  Plants (63.8 %);  Mammalia (63.8 %);  Human (62.8 %);  Bacteria (19.9 %);  All except yeast (99.1 %)

  • strong similarity to mammalian ribosomal L10 proteins
  • has 65% identity to mammalian putative tumor suppressor QM protein differentially expressed in Wilm^s tumor
Functional Classification:
    ..cell cycle
    ....mitotic cell cycle and cell cycle control | 447 Entries | Evi
  • PROTEIN FATE (folding, modification, destination)
    ..assembly of protein complexes | 199 Entries | Evi
  • translation | regulatory function in peptide synthesis
Localization:  RPL10 localization details
  • cytoplasm
  • RPL10 and QCR6 do not transcriptionally regulate one another
  • rpL10 becomes more resistant to trypsin after incubating 60S with 40S subunits, indicating a location of rpL10 between the subunits
  • mammalian homolog QM is downregulated during heart, kidney, and adipocyte differentiation
  • homolog in Nicotiana is downregulated in differentiation
  • chicken homolog prevents formation of AP1 by binding to the c-jun protein
  • qsr1 null mutant can be complemented with both the human and corn homologs | PUBMED
  • the nonconserved C-terminal 34 residues are essential for function | PUBMED
Phenotypes:  Disruption: RPL10 details
  • lethal
  • mutants of gcr5 are ts and show reduced viability | PUBMED
  • ts-mutants exhibit cell-wall and actin-cytoskeleton aberrations | PUBMED
  • ts-mutants arrest after 2-3 cycles as viable, large, unbudded cells 24 to 48 h after a shift to 37 degrees | PUBMED
  • ts-mutants are defective in joining of 40S and 60S subunits and have reduced translation | PUBMED
  • ts-mutants at the restrictive temperature arrest with separated nuclei and massive deposition of cell wall material near the septum
  • arrested cells are blocked in protein synthesis
  • ts-mutants cannot mate
  • grc5 has no genetic interaction with RAS2
  • C-terminal truncation mutants show dominant-negative slow growth phenotype | PUBMED
  • ts mutant is deficient in mRNA decay | PUBMED
  • Conditional phenotypes
    ..Heat-sensitivity (ts) | 313 Entries
  • Cell morphology and organelle mutants
    ..Cell wall mutants
    ....other cell wall mutants | 73 Entries
  • Cell morphology and organelle mutants
    ..Cytoskeleton mutants
    ....Actin cytoskeleton mutants | 48 Entries
  • QCR6 expression allows qsr1-1 to grow, but does not allow qsr1 null mutant to survive
  • mutant requires Qcr6p for growth even under non-respiratory conditions
  • SQT1 is a multicopysuppressor of the slow growth phenotype of dominant negative qsr1 truncations | PUBMED
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Physical Features
Coordinates:282928 - 283593 (W)
Length:666 nt
Exon Coordinates:282928 - 283593
GC Content:44.1 %
Protein Length:221 aa
Isoelectric Point:10.03
Molecular Weight:25361.4 Da
Retrieve Sequence: DNA /Protein
Literature | References
CYGD curated Lit.:PubMed
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Sequence References:
EMBL: U06952
EMBL: Z73247
EMBL: X78887
PIR: A57296
UniProtKB: P41805
NCBI: NP_013176
Additional Links:
CYGD Tables:
  • S. cerevisiae Cytoplasmic Ribosomal Nomenclature
  • LinkOut:
  • SGD - Saccharomyces Genome Database
  • YGOB - Yeast Gene Order Browser
  • yMGV - yeast Microarray Global Viewer

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