RIPK1 [cytosol]

Stable Identifier
R-CFA-9796639
Type
Protein [EntityWithAccessionedSequence]
Species
Canis familiaris
Compartment
Synonyms
K48polyUb-K571,K604,K627-RIPK1, A0A8I3S2L7
Locations in the PathwayBrowser
External Reference Information
External Reference
Gene Names
RIPK1
Reference Transcript
Other Identifiers
102152063
CfaAffx.14700.1.S1_at
GO:0001934
GO:0002376
GO:0003824
GO:0004672
GO:0004674
GO:0005123
GO:0005515
GO:0005524
GO:0005739
GO:0005829
GO:0005886
GO:0006351
GO:0006355
GO:0006468
GO:0006796
GO:0006807
GO:0006915
GO:0006950
GO:0006954
GO:0006979
GO:0007165
GO:0010033
GO:0010628
GO:0012501
GO:0016740
GO:0023052
GO:0030154
GO:0030163
GO:0031047
GO:0031264
GO:0031349
GO:0031625
GO:0032103
GO:0032757
GO:0032760
GO:0032991
GO:0034612
GO:0035556
GO:0036211
GO:0042802
GO:0042803
GO:0043065
GO:0043068
GO:0043123
GO:0043124
GO:0043170
GO:0043226
GO:0043235
GO:0044238
GO:0044877
GO:0045651
GO:0045944
GO:0046330
GO:0048856
GO:0050729
GO:0060545
GO:0062100
GO:0065003
GO:0070105
GO:0070266
GO:0070513
GO:0070887
GO:0071356
GO:0097191
GO:0097342
GO:0097343
GO:0097527
GO:0140096
GO:1903800
GO:1990000
GO:2001237
GO:2001238
Participates
Other forms of this molecule
Inferred From
Modified Residues
Name
ubiquitinylated lysine (K48polyUb [cytosol]) at 571 (in Homo sapiens)
Coordinate
571
Modification
K48polyUb [cytosol]
PsiMod Name
PsiMod Definition
A protein modification that effectively crosslinks the N6-amino of a peptidyl lysine with the carboxyl-terminal glycine of a ubiquitin.
Name
ubiquitinylated lysine (K48polyUb [cytosol]) at 604 (in Homo sapiens)
Coordinate
604
Modification
K48polyUb [cytosol]
PsiMod Name
PsiMod Definition
A protein modification that effectively crosslinks the N6-amino of a peptidyl lysine with the carboxyl-terminal glycine of a ubiquitin.
Name
ubiquitinylated lysine (K48polyUb [cytosol]) at 627 (in Homo sapiens)
Coordinate
627
Modification
K48polyUb [cytosol]
PsiMod Name
PsiMod Definition
A protein modification that effectively crosslinks the N6-amino of a peptidyl lysine with the carboxyl-terminal glycine of a ubiquitin.
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