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GO:0035105 sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus

Term Information

ID GO:0035105
Name sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
PMID:12923525
Comment Note that 'translocation' is sometimes used in the literature to refer to the entire process of protein import into the nucleus, but in GO refers specifically to the step in which a cargo-carrier protein complex moves through the nuclear pore complex.
Secondary IDs GO:0006993
GONUTS GO:0035105 Wiki Page

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Type Synonym
narrow sterol depletion response, SREBP nuclear translocation
exact sterol depletion response, sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus
narrow sterol depletion response, sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
exact SREBP import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response
narrow sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response
exact sterol depletion response, SREBP import into nucleus
narrow SREBP nuclear translocation
exact SREBP import into nucleus
narrow sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
narrow sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation involved in sterol depletion response

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-10-17 Added SECONDARY GO:0006993 (sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response)
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM SREBP import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, SREBP nuclear translocation
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation involved in sterol depletion response
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, SREBP import into nucleus
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response
2010-12-24 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2010-12-24 Added SYNONYM sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
2010-12-24 Added SYNONYM SREBP import into nucleus
2010-12-24 Added RELATION is a GO:0006606 (protein import into nucleus)
2010-12-24 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0000060 (protein import into nucleus, translocation)
2010-12-24 Deleted SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2010-12-24 Updated TERM sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0032933 (SREBP signaling pathway)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0000060 (protein import into nucleus, translocation)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2007-02-23 Updated TERM sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
2007-02-16 Updated DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2004-03-02 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2004-03-02 Added DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding-protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2004-03-02 Added TERM sterol regulatory element binding-protein nuclear translocation

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2010-12-24 Updated TERM sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus
2007-02-23 Updated TERM sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
2004-03-02 Added TERM sterol regulatory element binding-protein nuclear translocation

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM SREBP import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, SREBP nuclear translocation
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation involved in sterol depletion response
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol depletion response, SREBP import into nucleus
2012-10-17 Added SYNONYM sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response
2010-12-24 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2010-12-24 Added SYNONYM sterol regulatory element binding protein nuclear translocation
2010-12-24 Added SYNONYM SREBP import into nucleus
2010-12-24 Deleted SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2007-02-16 Updated DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane, in response to altered levels of one or more lipids. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.
2004-04-19 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2004-04-16 Deleted SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2004-03-02 Added SYNONYM SREBP nuclear translocation
2004-03-02 Added DEFINITION The transfer of a sterol regulatory element binding-protein (SREBP) into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane. SREBPs are transcription factors that bind sterol regulatory elements (SREs), DNA motifs found in the promoters of target genes.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2010-12-24 Added RELATION is a GO:0006606 (protein import into nucleus)
2010-12-24 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0000060 (protein import into nucleus, translocation)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0032933 (SREBP signaling pathway)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0000060 (protein import into nucleus, translocation)

Other

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-10-17 Added SECONDARY GO:0006993 (sterol regulatory element binding protein import into nucleus involved in sterol depletion response)
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