Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator

Details

Name
Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator
Synonyms
  • ABCC7
  • ATP-binding cassette sub-family C member 7
  • cAMP-dependent chloride channel
  • CFTR
  • Channel conductance-controlling ATPase
Gene Name
CFTR
Organism
Humans
Amino acid sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0002377|Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator
MQRSPLEKASVVSKLFFSWTRPILRKGYRQRLELSDIYQIPSVDSADNLSEKLEREWDRE
LASKKNPKLINALRRCFFWRFMFYGIFLYLGEVTKAVQPLLLGRIIASYDPDNKEERSIA
IYLGIGLCLLFIVRTLLLHPAIFGLHHIGMQMRIAMFSLIYKKTLKLSSRVLDKISIGQL
VSLLSNNLNKFDEGLALAHFVWIAPLQVALLMGLIWELLQASAFCGLGFLIVLALFQAGL
GRMMMKYRDQRAGKISERLVITSEMIENIQSVKAYCWEEAMEKMIENLRQTELKLTRKAA
YVRYFNSSAFFFSGFFVVFLSVLPYALIKGIILRKIFTTISFCIVLRMAVTRQFPWAVQT
WYDSLGAINKIQDFLQKQEYKTLEYNLTTTEVVMENVTAFWEEGFGELFEKAKQNNNNRK
TSNGDDSLFFSNFSLLGTPVLKDINFKIERGQLLAVAGSTGAGKTSLLMVIMGELEPSEG
KIKHSGRISFCSQFSWIMPGTIKENIIFGVSYDEYRYRSVIKACQLEEDISKFAEKDNIV
LGEGGITLSGGQRARISLARAVYKDADLYLLDSPFGYLDVLTEKEIFESCVCKLMANKTR
ILVTSKMEHLKKADKILILHEGSSYFYGTFSELQNLQPDFSSKLMGCDSFDQFSAERRNS
ILTETLHRFSLEGDAPVSWTETKKQSFKQTGEFGEKRKNSILNPINSIRKFSIVQKTPLQ
MNGIEEDSDEPLERRLSLVPDSEQGEAILPRISVISTGPTLQARRRQSVLNLMTHSVNQG
QNIHRKTTASTRKVSLAPQANLTELDIYSRRLSQETGLEISEEINEEDLKECFFDDMESI
PAVTTWNTYLRYITVHKSLIFVLIWCLVIFLAEVAASLVVLWLLGNTPLQDKGNSTHSRN
NSYAVIITSTSSYYVFYIYVGVADTLLAMGFFRGLPLVHTLITVSKILHHKMLHSVLQAP
MSTLNTLKAGGILNRFSKDIAILDDLLPLTIFDFIQLLLIVIGAIAVVAVLQPYIFVATV
PVIVAFIMLRAYFLQTSQQLKQLESEGRSPIFTHLVTSLKGLWTLRAFGRQPYFETLFHK
ALNLHTANWFLYLSTLRWFQMRIEMIFVIFFIAVTFISILTTGEGEGRVGIILTLAMNIM
STLQWAVNSSIDVDSLMRSVSRVFKFIDMPTEGKPTKSTKPYKNGQLSKVMIIENSHVKK
DDIWPSGGQMTVKDLTAKYTEGGNAILENISFSISPGQRVGLLGRTGSGKSTLLSAFLRL
LNTEGEIQIDGVSWDSITLQQWRKAFGVIPQKVFIFSGTFRKNLDPYEQWSDQEIWKVAD
EVGLRSVIEQFPGKLDFVLVDGGCVLSHGHKQLMCLARSVLSKAKILLLDEPSAHLDPVT
YQIIRRTLKQAFADCTVILCEHRIEAMLECQQFLVIEENKVRQYDSIQKLLNERSLFRQA
ISPSDRVKLFPHRNSSKCKSKPQIAALKEETEEEVQDTRL
Number of residues
1480
Molecular Weight
168139.895
Theoretical pI
9.02
GO Classification
Functions
ATP binding / ATP-binding and phosphorylation-dependent chloride channel activity / bicarbonate transmembrane transporter activity / channel-conductance-controlling ATPase activity / chloride channel activity / chloride channel inhibitor activity / chloride transmembrane transporter activity / enzyme binding / PDZ domain binding
Processes
cellular response to cAMP / chloride transmembrane transport / cholesterol biosynthetic process / cholesterol transport / intracellular pH elevation / membrane hyperpolarization / positive regulation of cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channel activity / positive regulation of exocytosis / positive regulation of insulin secretion involved in cellular response to glucose stimulus / positive regulation of voltage-gated chloride channel activity / respiratory gaseous exchange / small GTPase mediated signal transduction / sperm capacitation / transmembrane transport / transport / vesicle docking involved in exocytosis
Components
apical plasma membrane / basolateral plasma membrane / cell surface / chloride channel complex / cytoplasm / cytosol / early endosome / early endosome membrane / extracellular exosome / Golgi-associated vesicle membrane / lysosomal membrane / plasma membrane / protein complex / recycling endosome
General Function
Pdz domain binding
Specific Function
Involved in the transport of chloride ions. May regulate bicarbonate secretion and salvage in epithelial cells by regulating the SLC4A7 transporter. Can inhibit the chloride channel activity of ANO1. Plays a role in the chloride and bicarbonate homeostasis during sperm epididymal maturation and capacitation.
Pfam Domain Function
Transmembrane Regions
81-103 118-138 195-215 221-241 308-328 331-350 860-880 912-932 991-1011 1014-1034 1103-1123 1129-1149
Cellular Location
Early endosome membrane
Gene sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0010831|Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR)
ATGCAGAGGTCGCCTCTGGAAAAGGCCAGCGTTGTCTCCAAACTTTTTTTCAGCTGGACC
AGACCAATTTTGAGGAAAGGATACAGACAGCGCCTGGAATTGTCAGACATATACCAAATC
CCTTCTGTTGATTCTGCTGACAATCTATCTGAAAAATTGGAAAGAGAATGGGATAGAGAG
CTGGCTTCAAAGAAAAATCCTAAACTCATTAATGCCCTTCGGCGATGTTTTTTCTGGAGA
TTTATGTTCTATGGAATCTTTTTATATTTAGGGGAAGTCACCAAAGCAGTACAGCCTCTC
TTACTGGGAAGAATCATAGCTTCCTATGACCCGGATAACAAGGAGGAACGCTCTATCGCG
ATTTATCTAGGCATAGGCTTATGCCTTCTCTTTATTGTGAGGACACTGCTCCTACACCCA
GCCATTTTTGGCCTTCATCACATTGGAATGCAGATGAGAATAGCTATGTTTAGTTTGATT
TATAAGAAGACTTTAAAGCTGTCAAGCCGTGTTCTAGATAAAATAAGTATTGGACAACTT
GTTAGTCTCCTTTCCAACAACCTGAACAAATTTGATGAAGGACTTGCATTGGCACATTTC
GTGTGGATCGCTCCTTTGCAAGTGGCACTCCTCATGGGGCTAATCTGGGAGTTGTTACAG
GCGTCTGCCTTCTGTGGACTTGGTTTCCTGATAGTCCTTGCCCTTTTTCAGGCTGGGCTA
GGGAGAATGATGATGAAGTACAGAGATCAGAGAGCTGGGAAGATCAGTGAAAGACTTGTG
ATTACCTCAGAAATGATTGAAAATATCCAATCTGTTAAGGCATACTGCTGGGAAGAAGCA
ATGGAAAAAATGATTGAAAACTTAAGACAAACAGAACTGAAACTGACTCGGAAGGCAGCC
TATGTGAGATACTTCAATAGCTCAGCCTTCTTCTTCTCAGGGTTCTTTGTGGTGTTTTTA
TCTGTGCTTCCCTATGCACTAATCAAAGGAATCATCCTCCGGAAAATATTCACCACCATC
TCATTCTGCATTGTTCTGCGCATGGCGGTCACTCGGCAATTTCCCTGGGCTGTACAAACA
TGGTATGACTCTCTTGGAGCAATAAACAAAATACAGGATTTCTTACAAAAGCAAGAATAT
AAGACATTGGAATATAACTTAACGACTACAGAAGTAGTGATGGAGAATGTAACAGCCTTC
TGGGAGGAGGGATTTGGGGAATTATTTGAGAAAGCAAAACAAAACAATAACAATAGAAAA
ACTTCTAATGGTGATGACAGCCTCTTCTTCAGTAATTTCTCACTTCTTGGTACTCCTGTC
CTGAAAGATATTAATTTCAAGATAGAAAGAGGACAGTTGTTGGCGGTTGCTGGATCCACT
GGAGCAGGCAAGACTTCACTTCTAATGGTGATTATGGGAGAACTGGAGCCTTCAGAGGGT
AAAATTAAGCACAGTGGAAGAATTTCATTCTGTTCTCAGTTTTCCTGGATTATGCCTGGC
ACCATTAAAGAAAATATCATCTTTGGTGTTTCCTATGATGAATATAGATACAGAAGCGTC
ATCAAAGCATGCCAACTAGAAGAGGACATCTCCAAGTTTGCAGAGAAAGACAATATAGTT
CTTGGAGAAGGTGGAATCACACTGAGTGGAGGTCAACGAGCAAGAATTTCTTTAGCAAGA
GCAGTATACAAAGATGCTGATTTGTATTTATTAGACTCTCCTTTTGGATACCTAGATGTT
TTAACAGAAAAAGAAATATTTGAAAGCTGTGTCTGTAAACTGATGGCTAACAAAACTAGG
ATTTTGGTCACTTCTAAAATGGAACATTTAAAGAAAGCTGACAAAATATTAATTTTGCAT
GAAGGTAGCAGCTATTTTTATGGGACATTTTCAGAACTCCAAAATCTACAGCCAGACTTT
AGCTCAAAACTCATGGGATGTGATTCTTTCGACCAATTTAGTGCAGAAAGAAGAAATTCA
ATCCTAACTGAGACCTTACACCGTTTCTCATTAGAAGGAGATGCTCCTGTCTCCTGGACA
GAAACAAAAAAACAATCTTTTAAACAGACTGGAGAGTTTGGGGAAAAAAGGAAGAATTCT
ATTCTCAATCCAATCAACTCTATACGAAAATTTTCCATTGTGCAAAAGACTCCCTTACAA
ATGAATGGCATCGAAGAGGATTCTGATGAGCCTTTAGAGAGAAGGCTGTCCTTAGTACCA
GATTCTGAGCAGGGAGAGGCGATACTGCCTCGCATCAGCGTGATCAGCACTGGCCCCACG
CTTCAGGCACGAAGGAGGCAGTCTGTCCTGAACCTGATGACACACTCAGTTAACCAAGGT
CAGAACATTCACCGAAAGACAACAGCATCCACACGAAAAGTGTCACTGGCCCCTCAGGCA
AACTTGACTGAACTGGATATATATTCAAGAAGGTTATCTCAAGAAACTGGCTTGGAAATA
AGTGAAGAAATTAACGAAGAAGACTTAAAGGAGTGCTTTTTTGATGATATGGAGAGCATA
CCAGCAGTGACTACATGGAACACATACCTTCGATATATTACTGTCCACAAGAGCTTAATT
TTTGTGCTAATTTGGTGCTTAGTAATTTTTCTGGCAGAGGTGGCTGCTTCTTTGGTTGTG
CTGTGGCTCCTTGGAAACACTCCTCTTCAAGACAAAGGGAATAGTACTCATAGTAGAAAT
AACAGCTATGCAGTGATTATCACCAGCACCAGTTCGTATTATGTGTTTTACATTTACGTG
GGAGTAGCCGACACTTTGCTTGCTATGGGATTCTTCAGAGGTCTACCACTGGTGCATACT
CTAATCACAGTGTCGAAAATTTTACACCACAAAATGTTACATTCTGTTCTTCAAGCACCT
ATGTCAACCCTCAACACGTTGAAAGCAGGTGGGATTCTTAATAGATTCTCCAAAGATATA
GCAATTTTGGATGACCTTCTGCCTCTTACCATATTTGACTTCATCCAGTTGTTATTAATT
GTGATTGGAGCTATAGCAGTTGTCGCAGTTTTACAACCCTACATCTTTGTTGCAACAGTG
CCAGTGATAGTGGCTTTTATTATGTTGAGAGCATATTTCCTCCAAACCTCACAGCAACTC
AAACAACTGGAATCTGAAGGCAGGAGTCCAATTTTCACTCATCTTGTTACAAGCTTAAAA
GGACTATGGACACTTCGTGCCTTCGGACGGCAGCCTTACTTTGAAACTCTGTTCCACAAA
GCTCTGAATTTACATACTGCCAACTGGTTCTTGTACCTGTCAACACTGCGCTGGTTCCAA
ATGAGAATAGAAATGATTTTTGTCATCTTCTTCATTGCTGTTACCTTCATTTCCATTTTA
ACAACAGGAGAAGGAGAAGGAAGAGTTGGTATTATCCTGACTTTAGCCATGAATATCATG
AGTACATTGCAGTGGGCTGTAAACTCCAGCATAGATGTGGATAGCTTGATGCGATCTGTG
AGCCGAGTCTTTAAGTTCATTGACATGCCAACAGAAGGTAAACCTACCAAGTCAACCAAA
CCATACAAGAATGGCCAACTCTCGAAAGTTATGATTATTGAGAATTCACACGTGAAGAAA
GATGACATCTGGCCCTCAGGGGGCCAAATGACTGTCAAAGATCTCACAGCAAAATACACA
GAAGGTGGAAATGCCATATTAGAGAACATTTCCTTCTCAATAAGTCCTGGCCAGAGGGTG
GGCCTCTTGGGAAGAACTGGATCAGGGAAGAGTACTTTGTTATCAGCTTTTTTGAGACTA
CTGAACACTGAAGGAGAAATCCAGATCGATGGTGTGTCTTGGGATTCAATAACTTTGCAA
CAGTGGAGGAAAGCCTTTGGAGTGATACCACAGAAAGTATTTATTTTTTCTGGAACATTT
AGAAAAAACTTGGATCCCTATGAACAGTGGAGTGATCAAGAAATATGGAAAGTTGCAGAT
GAGGTTGGGCTCAGATCTGTGATAGAACAGTTTCCTGGGAAGCTTGACTTTGTCCTTGTG
GATGGGGGCTGTGTCCTAAGCCATGGCCACAAGCAGTTGATGTGCTTGGCTAGATCTGTT
CTCAGTAAGGCGAAGATCTTGCTGCTTGATGAACCCAGTGCTCATTTGGATCCAGTAACA
TACCAAATAATTAGAAGAACTCTAAAACAAGCATTTGCTGATTGCACAGTAATTCTCTGT
GAACACAGGATAGAAGCAATGCTGGAATGCCAACAATTTTTGGTCATAGAAGAGAACAAA
GTGCGGCAGTACGATTCCATCCAGAAACTGCTGAACGAGAGGAGCCTCTTCCGGCAAGCC
ATCAGCCCCTCCGACAGGGTGAAGCTCTTTCCCCACCGGAACTCAAGCAAGTGCAAGTCT
AAGCCCCAGATTGCTGCTCTGAAAGAGGAGACAGAAGAAGAGGTGCAAGATACAAGGCTT
TAG
Chromosome Location
7
Locus
7q31.2
External Identifiers
ResourceLink
UniProtKB IDP13569
UniProtKB Entry NameCFTR_HUMAN
GenBank Protein ID180332
GenBank Gene IDM28668
GenAtlas IDCFTR
HGNC IDHGNC:1884
General References
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