Sodium channel protein type 4 subunit alpha

Details

Name
Sodium channel protein type 4 subunit alpha
Synonyms
  • SkM1
  • Sodium channel protein skeletal muscle subunit alpha
  • Sodium channel protein type IV subunit alpha
  • Voltage-gated sodium channel subunit alpha Nav1.4
Gene Name
SCN4A
Organism
Humans
Amino acid sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0011510|Sodium channel protein type 4 subunit alpha
MARPSLCTLVPLGPECLRPFTRESLAAIEQRAVEEEARLQRNKQMEIEEPERKPRSDLEA
GKNLPMIYGDPPPEVIGIPLEDLDPYYSNKKTFIVLNKGKAIFRFSATPALYLLSPFSVV
RRGAIKVLIHALFSMFIMITILTNCVFMTMSDPPPWSKNVEYTFTGIYTFESLIKILARG
FCVDDFTFLRDPWNWLDFSVIMMAYLTEFVDLGNISALRTFRVLRALKTITVIPGLKTIV
GALIQSVKKLSDVMILTVFCLSVFALVGLQLFMGNLRQKCVRWPPPFNDTNTTWYSNDTW
YGNDTWYGNEMWYGNDSWYANDTWNSHASWATNDTFDWDAYISDEGNFYFLEGSNDALLC
GNSSDAGHCPEGYECIKTGRNPNYGYTSYDTFSWAFLALFRLMTQDYWENLFQLTLRAAG
KTYMIFFVVIIFLGSFYLINLILAVVAMAYAEQNEATLAEDKEKEEEFQQMLEKFKKHQE
ELEKAKAAQALEGGEADGDPAHGKDCNGSLDTSQGEKGAPRQSSSGDSGISDAMEELEEA
HQKCPPWWYKCAHKVLIWNCCAPWLKFKNIIHLIVMDPFVDLGITICIVLNTLFMAMEHY
PMTEHFDNVLTVGNLVFTGIFTAEMVLKLIAMDPYEYFQQGWNIFDSIIVTLSLVELGLA
NVQGLSVLRSFRLLRVFKLAKSWPTLNMLIKIIGNSVGALGNLTLVLAIIVFIFAVVGMQ
LFGKSYKECVCKIALDCNLPRWHMHDFFHSFLIVFRILCGEWIETMWDCMEVAGQAMCLT
VFLMVMVIGNLVVLNLFLALLLSSFSADSLAASDEDGEMNNLQIAIGRIKLGIGFAKAFL
LGLLHGKILSPKDIMLSLGEADGAGEAGEAGETAPEDEKKEPPEEDLKKDNHILNHMGLA
DGPPSSLELDHLNFINNPYLTIQVPIASEESDLEMPTEEETDTFSEPEDSKKPPQPLYDG
NSSVCSTADYKPPEEDPEEQAEENPEGEQPEECFTEACVQRWPCLYVDISQGRGKKWWTL
RRACFKIVEHNWFETFIVFMILLSSGALAFEDIYIEQRRVIRTILEYADKVFTYIFIMEM
LLKWVAYGFKVYFTNAWCWLDFLIVDVSIISLVANWLGYSELGPIKSLRTLRALRPLRAL
SRFEGMRVVVNALLGAIPSIMNVLLVCLIFWLIFSIMGVNLFAGKFYYCINTTTSERFDI
SEVNNKSECESLMHTGQVRWLNVKVNYDNVGLGYLSLLQVATFKGWMDIMYAAVDSREKE
EQPQYEVNLYMYLYFVIFIIFGSFFTLNLFIGVIIDNFNQQKKKLGGKDIFMTEEQKKYY
NAMKKLGSKKPQKPIPRPQNKIQGMVYDLVTKQAFDITIMILICLNMVTMMVETDNQSQL
KVDILYNINMIFIIIFTGECVLKMLALRQYYFTVGWNIFDFVVVILSIVGLALSDLIQKY
FVSPTLFRVIRLARIGRVLRLIRGAKGIRTLLFALMMSLPALFNIGLLLFLVMFIYSIFG
MSNFAYVKKESGIDDMFNFETFGNSIICLFEITTSAGWDGLLNPILNSGPPDCDPNLENP
GTSVKGDCGNPSIGICFFCSYIIISFLIVVNMYIAIILENFNVATEESSEPLGEDDFEMF
YETWEKFDPDATQFIAYSRLSDFVDTLQEPLRIAKPNKIKLITLDLPMVPGDKIHCLDIL
FALTKEVLGDSGEMDALKQTMEEKFMAANPSKVSYEPITTTLKRKHEEVCAIKIQRAYRR
HLLQRSMKQASYMYRHSHDGSGDDAPEKEGLLANTMSKMYGHENGNSSSPSPEEKGEAGD
AGPTMGLMPISPSDTAWPPAPPPGQTVRPGVKESLV
Number of residues
1836
Molecular Weight
208059.175
Theoretical pI
4.72
GO Classification
Functions
voltage-gated sodium channel activity
Processes
membrane depolarization during action potential / muscle contraction / neuronal action potential / sodium ion transmembrane transport / sodium ion transport
Components
integral component of plasma membrane / plasma membrane / voltage-gated sodium channel complex
General Function
Voltage-gated sodium channel activity
Specific Function
This protein mediates the voltage-dependent sodium ion permeability of excitable membranes. Assuming opened or closed conformations in response to the voltage difference across the membrane, the protein forms a sodium-selective channel through which Na(+) ions may pass in accordance with their electrochemical gradient. This sodium channel may be present in both denervated and innervated skeletal muscle.
Pfam Domain Function
Transmembrane Regions
129-150 159-178 191-210 217-236 253-266 424-449 574-597 609-632 641-660 667-686 702-724 777-802 1027-1049 1064-1089 1096-1116 1122-1143 1163-1184 1269-1295 1349-1372 1384-1407 1414-1437 1447-1469 1485-1507 1574-1598
Cellular Location
Membrane
Gene sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0011511|Sodium channel protein type 4 subunit alpha (SCN4A)
ATGGCCAGACCATCTCTGTGCACCCTGGTGCCTCTGGGCCCTGAGTGCTTGCGCCCCTTC
ACCCGGGAGTCACTGGCAGCCATAGAACAGCGGGCGGTGGAGGAGGAGGCCCGGCTGCAG
CGGAATAAGCAGATGGAGATTGAGGAGCCCGAACGGAAGCCACGAAGTGACTTGGAGGCT
GGCAAGAACCTACCCATGATCTACGGAGACCCCCCGCCGGAGGTCATCGGCATCCCCCTG
GAGGACCTGGATCCCTACTACAGCAATAAGAAGACCTTCATCGTACTCAACAAGGGCAAG
GCCATCTTCCGCTTCTCCGCCACACCTGCTCTCTACCTGCTGAGCCCCTTCAGCGTAGTC
AGGCGCGGGGCCATCAAGGTGCTCATCCATGCGCTGTTCAGCATGTTCATCATGATCACC
ATCTTGACCAACTGCGTATTCATGACCATGAGTGACCCGCCTCCCTGGTCCAAGAATGTG
GAGTACACCTTCACAGGGATCTACACCTTTGAGTCCCTCATCAAGATACTGGCCCGAGGC
TTCTGTGTCGACGACTTCACATTCCTCCGGGACCCCTGGAACTGGCTGGACTTCAGTGTC
ATCATGATGGCGTACCTGACAGAGTTTGTGGACTTGGGCAACATCTCAGCCCTGAGGACC
TTCCGGGTGCTGCGGGCCCTCAAAACCATCACGGTCATCCCAGGGCTGAAGACGATCGTG
GGGGCCCTGATCCAGTCGGTGAAAAAGCTGTCGGATGTGATGATCCTCACTGTCTTCTGC
CTGAGCGTCTTTGCGCTGGTAGGACTGCAGCTCTTCATGGGAAACCTGAGGCAGAAGTGT
GTGCGCTGGCCCCCGCCGTTCAACGACACCAACACCACGTGGTACAGCAATGACACGTGG
TACGGCAATGACACATGGTATGGCAATGAGATGTGGTACGGCAATGACTCATGGTATGCC
AACGACACGTGGAACAGCCATGCAAGCTGGGCCACCAACGATACCTTTGATTGGGACGCC
TACATCAGTGATGAAGGGAACTTCTACTTCCTGGAGGGCTCCAACGATGCCCTGCTCTGT
GGGAACAGCAGTGATGCTGGGCACTGCCCTGAGGGTTATGAGTGCATCAAGACCGGGCGG
AACCCCAACTATGGCTACACCAGCTATGACACCTTCAGCTGGGCCTTCTTGGCTCTCTTC
CGCCTCATGACACAGGACTATTGGGAGAACCTCTTCCAGCTGACCCTTCGAGCAGCTGGC
AAGACCTACATGATCTTCTTCGTGGTCATCATCTTCCTGGGCTCTTTCTACCTCATCAAT
CTGATCCTGGCCGTGGTGGCCATGGCATATGCCGAGCAGAATGAGGCCACCCTGGCCGAG
GATAAGGAGAAAGAGGAGGAGTTTCAGCAGATGCTTGAGAAGTTCAAAAAGCACCAGGAG
GAGCTGGAGAAGGCCAAGGCCGCCCAAGCTCTGGAAGGTGGGGAGGCAGATGGGGACCCA
GCCCATGGCAAAGACTGCAATGGCAGCCTGGACACATCGCAAGGGGAGAAGGGAGCCCCG
AGGCAGAGCAGCAGCGGAGACAGCGGCATCTCCGACGCCATGGAAGAACTGGAAGAGGCC
CACCAAAAGTGCCCACCATGGTGGTACAAGTGCGCCCACAAAGTGCTCATATGGAACTGC
TGCGCCCCGTGGCTGAAGTTCAAGAACATCATCCACCTGATCGTCATGGACCCGTTCGTG
GACCTGGGCATCACCATCTGCATCGTGCTCAACACCCTCTTCATGGCCATGGAACATTAC
CCCATGACGGAGCACTTTGACAACGTGCTCACTGTGGGCAACCTGGTCTTCACAGGCATC
TTCACAGCAGAGATGGTTCTGAAGCTGATTGCCATGGACCCCTACGAGTATTTCCAGCAG
GGTTGGAATATCTTCGACAGCATCATCGTCACCCTCAGCCTGGTAGAGCTAGGCCTGGCC
AACGTACAGGGACTGTCTGTGCTACGCTCCTTCCGTCTGCTGCGGGTCTTCAAGCTGGCC
AAGTCGTGGCCAACGCTGAACATGCTCATCAAGATCATTGGCAATTCAGTGGGGGCGCTG
GGTAACCTGACGCTGGTGCTGGCTATCATCGTGTTCATCTTCGCCGTGGTGGGCATGCAG
CTGTTTGGCAAGAGCTACAAGGAGTGCGTGTGCAAGATTGCCTTGGACTGCAACCTGCCG
CGCTGGCACATGCATGATTTCTTCCACTCCTTCCTCATCGTCTTCCGCATCCTGTGCGGG
GAGTGGATCGAGACCATGTGGGACTGCATGGAGGTGGCCGGCCAAGCCATGTGCCTCACC
GTCTTCCTCATGGTCATGGTCATCGGCAATCTTGTGGTCCTGAACCTGTTCCTGGCTCTG
CTGCTGAGCTCCTTCAGCGCCGACAGTCTGGCAGCCTCGGATGAGGATGGCGAGATGAAC
AACCTGCAGATTGCCATCGGGCGCATCAAGTTGGGCATCGGCTTTGCCAAGGCCTTCCTC
CTGGGGCTGCTGCATGGCAAGATCCTGAGCCCCAAGGACATCATGCTCAGCCTCGGGGAG
GCTGACGGGGCCGGGGAGGCTGGAGAGGCGGGGGAGACTGCCCCCGAGGATGAGAAGAAG
GAGCCGCCCGAGGAGGACCTGAAGAAGGACAATCACATCCTGAACCACATGGGCCTGGCT
GACGGCCCCCCATCCAGCCTCGAGCTGGACCACCTTAACTTCATCAACAACCCCTACCTG
ACCATACAGGTGCCCATCGCCTCCGAGGAGTCCGACCTGGAGATGCCCACCGAGGAGGAA
ACCGACACTTTCTCAGAGCCTGAGGATAGCAAGAAGCCGCCGCAGCCTCTCTATGATGGG
AACTCGTCCGTCTGCAGCACAGCTGACTACAAGCCCCCCGAGGAGGACCCTGAGGAGCAG
GCAGAGGAGAACCCCGAGGGGGAGCAGCCTGAGGAGTGCTTCACTGAGGCCTGCGTGCAG
CGCTGGCCCTGCCTCTACGTGGACATCTCCCAGGGCCGTGGGAAGAAGTGGTGGACTCTG
CGCAGGGCCTGCTTCAAGATTGTCGAGCACAACTGGTTCGAGACCTTCATTGTCTTCATG
ATCCTGCTCAGCAGTGGGGCTCTGGCCTTCGAGGACATCTACATTGAGCAGCGGCGAGTC
ATTCGCACCATCCTAGAATATGCCGACAAGGTCTTCACCTACATCTTCATCATGGAGATG
CTGCTCAAATGGGTGGCCTACGGCTTTAAGGTGTACTTCACCAACGCCTGGTGCTGGCTC
GACTTCCTCATCGTGGATGTCTCCATCATCAGCTTGGTGGCCAACTGGCTGGGCTACTCG
GAGCTGGGACCCATCAAATCCCTGCGGACACTGCGGGCCCTGCGTCCCCTGAGGGCACTG
TCCCGATTCGAGGGCATGAGGGTGGTGGTGAACGCCCTCCTAGGCGCCATCCCCTCCATC
ATGAATGTGCTGCTTGTCTGCCTCATCTTCTGGCTGATCTTCAGCATCATGGGTGTCAAC
CTGTTTGCCGGCAAGTTCTACTACTGCATCAACACCACCACCTCTGAGAGGTTCGACATC
TCCGAGGTCAACAACAAGTCTGAGTGCGAGAGCCTCATGCACACAGGCCAGGTCCGCTGG
CTCAATGTCAAGGTCAACTACGACAACGTGGGTCTGGGCTACCTCTCCCTCCTGCAGGTG
GCCACCTTCAAGGGTTGGATGGACATCATGTATGCAGCCGTGGACTCCCGGGAGAAGGAG
GAGCAGCCGCAGTACGAGGTGAACCTCTACATGTACCTCTACTTTGTCATCTTCATCATC
TTTGGCTCCTTCTTCACCCTCAACCTCTTCATTGGCGTCATCATTGACAACTTCAACCAG
CAGAAGAAGAAGTTAGGGGGGAAAGACATCTTTATGACGGAGGAACAGAAGAAATACTAT
AACGCCATGAAGAAGCTTGGCTCCAAGAAGCCTCAGAAGCCAATTCCCCGGCCCCAGAAC
AAGATCCAGGGCATGGTGTATGACCTCGTGACGAAGCAGGCCTTCGACATCACCATCATG
ATCCTCATCTGCCTCAACATGGTCACCATGATGGTGGAGACAGACAACCAGAGCCAGCTC
AAGGTGGACATCCTGTACAACATCAACATGATCTTCATCATCATCTTCACAGGGGAGTGC
GTGCTCAAGATGCTCGCCCTGCGCCAGTACTACTTCACCGTTGGCTGGAACATCTTTGAC
TTCGTGGTCGTCATCCTGTCCATTGTGGGCCTTGCCCTCTCTGACCTGATCCAGAAGTAC
TTCGTGTCACCCACGCTGTTCCGTGTGATCCGCCTGGCGCGGATTGGGCGTGTCCTGCGG
CTGATCCGCGGGGCCAAGGGCATCCGGACGCTGCTGTTCGCCCTCATGATGTCGCTGCCT
GCCCTCTTCAACATCGGCCTCCTCCTCTTCCTGGTCATGTTCATCTACTCCATCTTCGGC
ATGTCCAACTTTGCCTACGTCAAGAAGGAGTCGGGCATCGATGATATGTTCAACTTCGAG
ACCTTCGGCAACAGCATCATCTGCCTGTTCGAGATCACCACGTCGGCCGGCTGGGACGGG
CTCCTCAACCCCATCCTCAACAGCGGGCCCCCAGACTGTGACCCCAACCTGGAGAACCCG
GGCACCAGTGTCAAGGGTGACTGCGGCAACCCCTCCATCGGCATCTGCTTCTTCTGCAGC
TATATCATCATCTCCTTCCTCATCGTGGTCAACATGTACATCGCCATCATCCTGGAGAAC
TTCAATGTGGCCACAGAGGAGAGCAGCGAGCCCCTTGGTGAAGATGACTTTGAGATGTTC
TACGAGACATGGGAGAAGTTCGACCCCGACGCCACCCAGTTCATCGCCTACAGCCGCCTC
TCAGACTTCGTGGACACCCTGCAGGAACCGCTGAGGATTGCCAAGCCCAACAAGATCAAG
CTCATCACACTGGACTTGCCCATGGTGCCAGGGGACAAGATCCACTGCCTGGACATCCTC
TTTGCCCTGACCAAAGAGGTCCTGGGTGACTCTGGGGAAATGGACGCCCTCAAGCAGACC
ATGGAGGAGAAGTTCATGGCAGCCAACCCCTCCAAGGTGTCCTACGAGCCCATCACCACC
ACCCTCAAGAGGAAGCACGAGGAGGTGTGCGCCATCAAGATCCAGAGGGCCTACCGCCGG
CACCTGCTACAGCGCTCCATGAAGCAGGCATCCTACATGTACCGCCACAGCCACGACGGC
AGCGGGGATGACGCCCCTGAGAAGGAGGGGCTGCTTGCCAACACCATGAGCAAGATGTAT
GGCCACGAGAATGGGAACAGCAGCTCGCCAAGCCCGGAGGAGAAGGGCGAGGCAGGGGAC
GCCGGACCCACTATGGGGCTGATGCCCATCAGCCCCTCAGACACTGCCTGGCCTCCCGCC
CCTCCCCCAGGGCAGACTGTGCGCCCAGGTGTCAAGGAGTCTCTTGTCTAG
Chromosome Location
17
Locus
17q23-q25.3
External Identifiers
ResourceLink
UniProtKB IDP35499
UniProtKB Entry NameSCN4A_HUMAN
GenBank Protein ID338213
GenBank Gene IDM81758
GenAtlas IDSCN4A
HGNC IDHGNC:10591
General References
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DrugBank IDNameDrug groupPharmacological action?ActionsDetails
DB01195Flecainideapproved, withdrawnyesinhibitorDetails
DB00909Zonisamideapproved, investigationalyesinhibitorDetails
DB00818Propofolapproved, investigational, vet_approvedunknowninhibitorDetails
DB13154ParachlorophenolapprovedunknownDetails
DB00281Lidocaineapproved, vet_approvedunknownDetails
DB00586Diclofenacapproved, vet_approvedunknowninhibitorDetails
DB00313Valproic acidapproved, investigationalunknowninhibitorDetails
DB05541Brivaracetamapproved, investigationalyesinhibitorDetails
DB13961Fish oilapproved, nutraceuticalunknowninhibitorDetails
DB13269Dichlorobenzyl alcoholapprovedyesantagonistDetails
DB00243Ranolazineapproved, investigationalyesinhibitorDetails
DB00776OxcarbazepineapprovedunknowninhibitorDetails
DB00564Carbamazepineapproved, investigationalyesinhibitorDetails
DB00273TopiramateapprovedyesinhibitorDetails
DB11186Pentoxyverineapproved, investigationalunknowninhibitorDetails
DB13746Bioallethrinapproved, experimentalunknownmodulatorDetails
DB09342PropoxycaineapprovedyesblockerDetails
DB09088Amylocaineapproved, withdrawnyesblockerDetails
DB09345PramocaineapprovedyesblockerDetails
DB09085Tetracaineapproved, vet_approvedyesblockerDetails