Table 1

Proteins containing Q/N-rich regions in S. cerevisiae fall into a broad spectrum of functional clusters

ClusterProteinQ/N
Nonkinase signaling proteins
GPR155
RPI135
PHO8134
Kinases
NPR1, ARP152
CBK149
YCK140
YCK236
HRR2536
APG1336
YAK133
SKY132
KSP132
SCH931
SKS131
YBR05938
DNA/RNA binding
MPT5, HTR131
YPR04251
YBR18034
YGL01434
YLL01333
RNA processing
NAB148
LSM438
PCF1137
NAB334
PUB133
RNA1530
PSP233
NGR131
YBL05130
Nucleoporins
NUP11636
NUP10032
NUP5731
NUP4930
Transcription
SNF566
CYC854
MCM149
IXR1, ORD149
MED248
GAL1147
SWI1143
TAF6143
PDR138
URE238
DAL8138
MOT3, HMS138
RLM136
SNF2, GAM136
SWI435
AZF135
CCR434
CRZ132
PDC232
DAT131
SFP130
SPT2030
CDC3930
YIL13055
YEL00746
YDR40937
POP237
YMR26335
EPL132
TBS131
YLR37330
Translation
VAR140
SUP3538
NEW1, YPL22632
TIF463230
Vessicular trafficing/secretory pathway
ENT248
SEC6145
YAP180139
PAN138
SLA238
ENT136
SCD536
FAB132
ANP131
YKL05453
Outer membrane proteins
YDR21344
YPR02242
PSP131
YLR17730
Other
RNQ142
CDC2735
MAD134
GRR132
JSN131
SLF130
VAC730
YKR09638
YGL06637
YKL08832
Unknown
MSS1152
HOT133
YBR01641
YBL08138
YIL10536
YBR23833
YBL02931
YOR19730
YML05330
  • S. cerevisiae proteins containing Q/N-rich regions were placed into functional groups on the basis of either known biochemical function or sequence homology to proteins of known function (indicated by italics).