Family

Prohibitin (IPR000163)

Short name: Prohibitin

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Description

Genes that negatively regulate proliferation inside the cell are of considerable interest because of the implications in processes such as development and cancer [PMID: 1996099]. Prohibitin, a novel cytoplasmic anti-proliferative protein widely expressed in a variety of tissues, inhibits DNA synthesis. Studies have suggested that prohibitin may be a suppressor gene and is associated with tumour development and/or progression of at least some breast cancers [PMID: 1540973]. Sequence comparisons suggest that the prohibitin gene is an analogue of Cc, a Drosophila melanogaster gene that is vital for normal development [PMID: 1996099].

GO terms

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Molecular Function

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Cellular Component

GO:0016020 membrane

Contributing signatures

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