spacer

GO:0046914 transition metal ion binding

Term Information

ID GO:0046914
Name transition metal ion binding
Ontology Molecular Function
Definition Interacting selectively and non-covalently with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
GONUTS GO:0046914 Wiki Page

Annotation Guidance

Usage of this term is subject to the following annotation guidelines:
Annotation Guidelines
Binding term considerationsLink

Cross-Ontology Relations

Relation Other Ontology ID Term
has_input CHEBI CHEBI:33515 transition element cation

Cross-references

Database ID
InterPro IPR001367
InterPro IPR003168
InterPro IPR004232
InterPro IPR007167
InterPro IPR011178
InterPro IPR017550
InterPro IPR018141
InterPro IPR022689

Ancestor Chart

This chart is interactive; you can click on the term boxes and legend for more information.
Display options
Display
Key
GO IDs
Term box width
Term box height
Slim colours
Show children
Image size limit (in megapixels)
Note that setting the limit too high may result in images being generated slowly; it may even cause the browser to crash. The maximum limit is 20 megapixels.

Child Terms

This table lists all terms that are direct descendants (child terms) of GO:0046914:
Relationship To GO:0046914 Child Term Child Term Name
Is a GO:0051212 vanadium ion binding
Is a GO:0005506 iron ion binding
Is a GO:0005507 copper ion binding
Is a GO:0016151 nickel cation binding
Is a GO:0030145 manganese ion binding
Is a GO:0030151 molybdenum ion binding
Is a GO:0045340 mercury ion binding
Is a GO:0046870 cadmium ion binding
Is a GO:0050897 cobalt ion binding
Is a GO:0008270 zinc ion binding

Protein Annotation

Displaying annotations FIRST to LAST of TOTAL Page size: Additional filters: Bookmarkable link
Database
Gene Product ID
Symbol
Qualifier
GO Identifier
GO Term Name
Aspect
Original GO ID
Original GO Term Name
Evidence
Reference
With
Taxon
Date
Assigned By
Product Form ID
Name
Synonym
Type
Taxon Name
Sequence

Export

Display options

ID Mapping

QuickGO maps between different identifier types by using a combination of mapping files provided by the databases, and using identifier cross-references supplied by UniProtKB.

If more than one identifier type needs to be used to map all required sequences, drag the selected databases to change the order in which identifiers are found.

Filter

Select

Grouped by
Annotation count
Protein count
Both

Co-occurring Terms

These tables show the number of times the term listed in the table has been co-annotated with GO:0046914. The terms are listed in descending order of number of times the term has been co-annotated.
The table on the left is calculated using both electronic and manual-evidenced annotations, while the table on the right is calculated using only manual-evidenced annotations.
Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0046914 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0046914 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

All changes

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-07-03 Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively and non-covalently with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2009-07-03 Deleted DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2009-06-25 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0043169 (cation binding)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0046872 (metal ion binding)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0043169 (cation binding)
2003-06-10 Updated TERM transition metal ion binding
2003-04-15 Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2003-04-15 Added TERM transition metal ion binding activity

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2003-06-10 Updated TERM transition metal ion binding
2003-04-15 Added TERM transition metal ion binding activity

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-07-03 Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively and non-covalently with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2009-07-03 Deleted DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.
2003-04-15 Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a transition metal ions; a transition metal is an element whose atom has an incomplete d-subshell of extranuclear electrons, or which gives rise to a cation or cations with an incomplete d-subshell. Transition metals often have more than one valency state. Biologically relevant transition metals include vanadium, manganese, iron, copper, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum and silver.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-06-25 Deleted RELATION is a GO:0043169 (cation binding)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0046872 (metal ion binding)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0043169 (cation binding)
spacer
Please send comments, suggestions or bug reports to goa@ebi.ac.uk. Click here for details of how to cite UniProt-GOA and QuickGO.
22ms