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GO:0090443 FAR/SIN/STRIPAK complex

Term Information

ID GO:0090443
Name FAR/SIN/STRIPAK complex
Ontology Cellular Component
Definition A conserved protein phosphatase type 2A complex which contains a protein phosphatase type 2A, a protein phosphatase regulatory subunit, a striatin, an FHA domain protein and other subunits (at least six proteins). In fission yeast this complex negatively regulate the septation initiation network at the spindle pole body.
PMID:21561862 PMID:22119525
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Type Synonym
related STRIPAK signalling complex
exact striatin interacting phosphatase and kinase complex
related FAR complex
exact SIP complex

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Co-occurring Terms

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-02-08 Added SYNONYM SIP complex
2012-12-07 Added SYNONYM STRIPAK signalling complex
2012-12-07 Added DEFINITION A conserved protein phosphatase type 2A complex which contains a protein phosphatase type 2A, a protein phosphatase regulatory subunit, a striatin, an FHA domain protein and other subunits (at least six proteins). In fission yeast this complex negatively regulate the septation initiation network at the spindle pole body.
2012-12-07 Deleted DEFINITION A core protein complex containing the catalytic subunit PP2Acat, its scaffolding subunit PP2AA, members of the striatin family of regulatory subunits, the striatin interactor Mob3, STRIP1, members of the germinal center kinase III (GCKIII) group (STK24, STK25, and MST4), and the small molecular weight protein CCM3. Additional proteins can associate with this core STRIPAK complex in a mutually exclusive manner.
2012-12-07 Updated TERM FAR/SIN/STRIPAK complex
2012-08-26 Added SYNONYM FAR complex
2012-08-25 Added RELATION is a GO:0043234 (protein complex)
2012-08-25 Added SYNONYM striatin interacting phosphatase and kinase complex
2012-08-25 Added DEFINITION A core protein complex containing the catalytic subunit PP2Acat, its scaffolding subunit PP2AA, members of the striatin family of regulatory subunits, the striatin interactor Mob3, STRIP1, members of the germinal center kinase III (GCKIII) group (STK24, STK25, and MST4), and the small molecular weight protein CCM3. Additional proteins can associate with this core STRIPAK complex in a mutually exclusive manner.
2012-08-25 Added TERM STRIPAK signalling complex

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-12-07 Updated TERM FAR/SIN/STRIPAK complex
2012-08-25 Added TERM STRIPAK signalling complex

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-02-08 Added SYNONYM SIP complex
2012-12-07 Added SYNONYM STRIPAK signalling complex
2012-12-07 Added DEFINITION A conserved protein phosphatase type 2A complex which contains a protein phosphatase type 2A, a protein phosphatase regulatory subunit, a striatin, an FHA domain protein and other subunits (at least six proteins). In fission yeast this complex negatively regulate the septation initiation network at the spindle pole body.
2012-12-07 Deleted DEFINITION A core protein complex containing the catalytic subunit PP2Acat, its scaffolding subunit PP2AA, members of the striatin family of regulatory subunits, the striatin interactor Mob3, STRIP1, members of the germinal center kinase III (GCKIII) group (STK24, STK25, and MST4), and the small molecular weight protein CCM3. Additional proteins can associate with this core STRIPAK complex in a mutually exclusive manner.
2012-08-26 Added SYNONYM FAR complex
2012-08-25 Added SYNONYM striatin interacting phosphatase and kinase complex
2012-08-25 Added DEFINITION A core protein complex containing the catalytic subunit PP2Acat, its scaffolding subunit PP2AA, members of the striatin family of regulatory subunits, the striatin interactor Mob3, STRIP1, members of the germinal center kinase III (GCKIII) group (STK24, STK25, and MST4), and the small molecular weight protein CCM3. Additional proteins can associate with this core STRIPAK complex in a mutually exclusive manner.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-08-25 Added RELATION is a GO:0043234 (protein complex)
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