PMR1/YGL167C Locus History Help


Nomenclature History
Standard Name Reference
PMR1 SGD  (2007) Information without a citation in SGD ()
Other Name(s)Reference
BSD1 Lapinskas PJ, et al.  (1995) Mutations in PMR1 suppress oxidative damage in yeast cells lacking superoxide dismutase. Mol Cell Biol 15(3):1382-8
LDB1 Olivero I, et al.  (2003) The ldb1 mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is defective in Pmr1p, the yeast secretory pathway/Golgi Ca(2+)/Mn(2+)-ATPase. FEMS Microbiol Lett 219(1):137-42
SSC1 Rudolph HK, et al.  (1989) The yeast secretory pathway is perturbed by mutations in PMR1, a member of a Ca2+ ATPase family. Cell 58(1):133-45
Nomenclature History Notes
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2003-02-12The SSC1 name has been used to describe a "supersecreting" mutation that is allelic to the PMR1 gene Rudolph et al. 1989. Since then, the name PMR1 has been used to refer to this calcium-transporting ATPase involved in secretion and encoded by the ORF YGL167C. The SSC1 name is used to refer to a nuclear-encoded mitochondrial protein encoded by the ORF YJR045C.

Rudolph HK, et al.  (1989) The yeast secretory pathway is perturbed by mutations in PMR1, a member of a Ca2+ ATPase family. Cell 58(1):133-45
2003-12-09The name SSC1 has been used to describe both PMR1/YGL167C, a calcium-transporting ATPase involved in secretion, and SSC1/YJR045C, a mitochondrial chaperone protein of the HSP70 family.
Mapping Notes
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1996-09-21Edition 13: The gene name pmr1 has also been referred to as SSC1, but should not be confused with the ssc1 mitochondrial matrix protein encoded on chromosome X

Cherry JM, et al.  (1996) "Genetic and Physical Maps of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Edition 13)". Pp. 361-364 in 1996 Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting Program and Abstracts. Bethesda, MD: The Genetics Society of America