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NameMacrophage colony-stimulating factor 1 receptor
Synonyms
  • CSF-1 receptor
  • CSF-1-R
  • CSF-1R
  • FMS
  • M-CSF-R
  • Proto-oncogene c-Fms
Gene NameCSF1R
OrganismHuman
Amino acid sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0001700|Macrophage colony-stimulating factor 1 receptor
MGPGVLLLLLVATAWHGQGIPVIEPSVPELVVKPGATVTLRCVGNGSVEWDGPPSPHWTL
YSDGSSSILSTNNATFQNTGTYRCTEPGDPLGGSAAIHLYVKDPARPWNVLAQEVVVFED
QDALLPCLLTDPVLEAGVSLVRVRGRPLMRHTNYSFSPWHGFTIHRAKFIQSQDYQCSAL
MGGRKVMSISIRLKVQKVIPGPPALTLVPAELVRIRGEAAQIVCSASSVDVNFDVFLQHN
NTKLAIPQQSDFHNNRYQKVLTLNLDQVDFQHAGNYSCVASNVQGKHSTSMFFRVVESAY
LNLSSEQNLIQEVTVGEGLNLKVMVEAYPGLQGFNWTYLGPFSDHQPEPKLANATTKDTY
RHTFTLSLPRLKPSEAGRYSFLARNPGGWRALTFELTLRYPPEVSVIWTFINGSGTLLCA
ASGYPQPNVTWLQCSGHTDRCDEAQVLQVWDDPYPEVLSQEPFHKVTVQSLLTVETLEHN
QTYECRAHNSVGSGSWAFIPISAGAHTHPPDEFLFTPVVVACMSIMALLLLLLLLLLYKY
KQKPKYQVRWKIIESYEGNSYTFIDPTQLPYNEKWEFPRNNLQFGKTLGAGAFGKVVEAT
AFGLGKEDAVLKVAVKMLKSTAHADEKEALMSELKIMSHLGQHENIVNLLGACTHGGPVL
VITEYCCYGDLLNFLRRKAEAMLGPSLSPGQDPEGGVDYKNIHLEKKYVRRDSGFSSQGV
DTYVEMRPVSTSSNDSFSEQDLDKEDGRPLELRDLLHFSSQVAQGMAFLASKNCIHRDVA
ARNVLLTNGHVAKIGDFGLARDIMNDSNYIVKGNARLPVKWMAPESIFDCVYTVQSDVWS
YGILLWEIFSLGLNPYPGILVNSKFYKLVKDGYQMAQPAFAPKNIYSIMQACWALEPTHR
PTFQQICSFLQEQAQEDRRERDYTNLPSSSRSGGSGSSSSELEEESSSEHLTCCEQGDIA
QPLLQPNNYQFC
Number of residues972
Molecular Weight107982.955
Theoretical pI6.33
GO Classification
Functions
  • cytokine binding
  • protein homodimerization activity
  • macrophage colony-stimulating factor receptor activity
  • ATP binding
Processes
  • positive regulation of cell proliferation
  • macrophage colony-stimulating factor signaling pathway
  • cytokine-mediated signaling pathway
  • inflammatory response
  • mammary gland duct morphogenesis
  • phosphatidylinositol metabolic process
  • regulation of cell shape
  • monocyte differentiation
  • phosphatidylinositol-mediated signaling
  • olfactory bulb development
  • positive regulation of ERK1 and ERK2 cascade
  • cell proliferation
  • osteoclast differentiation
  • protein autophosphorylation
  • positive regulation of cell motility
  • macrophage differentiation
  • axon guidance
  • positive regulation of chemokine secretion
  • positive regulation of osteoclast differentiation
  • positive regulation of tyrosine phosphorylation of Stat3 protein
  • innate immune response
  • positive regulation of protein serine/threonine kinase activity
  • skeletal muscle tissue development
  • peptidyl-tyrosine phosphorylation
  • positive regulation of protein tyrosine kinase activity
  • cellular response to cytokine stimulus
  • positive regulation of protein phosphorylation
  • regulation of bone resorption
  • regulation of actin cytoskeleton reorganization
  • ruffle organization
  • positive regulation of cell migration
  • signal transduction
  • cell-cell junction maintenance
  • negative regulation of apoptotic process
  • cellular response to macrophage colony-stimulating factor stimulus
  • negative regulation of cell proliferation
  • transmembrane receptor protein tyrosine kinase signaling pathway
  • forebrain neuron differentiation
  • multicellular organismal development
  • hemopoiesis
Components
  • cell surface
  • CSF1-CSF1R complex
  • integral component of plasma membrane
  • intracellular
  • plasma membrane
General FunctionProtein homodimerization activity
Specific FunctionTyrosine-protein kinase that acts as cell-surface receptor for CSF1 and IL34 and plays an essential role in the regulation of survival, proliferation and differentiation of hematopoietic precursor cells, especially mononuclear phagocytes, such as macrophages and monocytes. Promotes the release of proinflammatory chemokines in response to IL34 and CSF1, and thereby plays an important role in innate immunity and in inflammatory processes. Plays an important role in the regulation of osteoclast proliferation and differentiation, the regulation of bone resorption, and is required for normal bone and tooth development. Required for normal male and female fertility, and for normal development of milk ducts and acinar structures in the mammary gland during pregnancy. Promotes reorganization of the actin cytoskeleton, regulates formation of membrane ruffles, cell adhesion and cell migration, and promotes cancer cell invasion. Activates several signaling pathways in response to ligand binding. Phosphorylates PIK3R1, PLCG2, GRB2, SLA2 and CBL. Activation of PLCG2 leads to the production of the cellular signaling molecules diacylglycerol and inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate, that then lead to the activation of protein kinase C family members, especially PRKCD. Phosphorylation of PIK3R1, the regulatory subunit of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase, leads to activation of the AKT1 signaling pathway. Activated CSF1R also mediates activation of the MAP kinases MAPK1/ERK2 and/or MAPK3/ERK1, and of the SRC family kinases SRC, FYN and YES1. Activated CSF1R transmits signals both via proteins that directly interact with phosphorylated tyrosine residues in its intracellular domain, or via adapter proteins, such as GRB2. Promotes activation of STAT family members STAT3, STAT5A and/or STAT5B. Promotes tyrosine phosphorylation of SHC1 and INPP5D/SHIP-1. Receptor signaling is down-regulated by protein phosphatases, such as INPP5D/SHIP-1, that dephosphorylate the receptor and its downstream effectors, and by rapid internalization of the activated receptor.
Pfam Domain Function
Transmembrane Regions518-538
GenBank Protein ID553224
UniProtKB IDP07333
UniProtKB Entry NameCSF1R_HUMAN
Cellular LocationCell membrane
Gene sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0010602|Macrophage colony-stimulating factor 1 receptor (CSF1R)
ATGGGCCCAGGAGTTCTGCTGCTCCTGCTGGTGGCCACAGCTTGGCATGGTCAGGGAATC
CCAGTGATAGAGCCCAGTGTCCCTGAGCTGGTCGTGAAGCCAGGAGCAACGGTGACCTTG
CGATGTGTGGGCAATGGCAGCGTGGAATGGGATGGCCCCCCATCACCTCACTGGACCCTG
TACTCTGATGGCTCCAGCAGCATCCTCAGCACCAACAACGCTACCTTCCAAAACACGGGG
ACCTATCGCTGCACTGAGCCTGGAGACCCCCTGGGAGGCAGCGCCGCCATCCACCTCTAT
GTCAAAGACCCTGCCCGGCCCTGGAACGTGCTAGCACAGGAGGTGGTCGTGTTCGAGGAC
CAGGACGCACTACTGCCCTGTCTGCTCACAGACCCGGTGCTGGAAGCAGGCGTCTCGCTG
GTGCGTGTGCGTGGCCGGCCCCTCATGCGCCACACCAACTACTCCTTCTCGCCCTGGCAT
GGCTTCACCATCCACAGGGCCAAGTTCATTCAGAGCCAGGACTATCAATGCAGTGCCCTG
ATGGGTGGCAGGAAGGTGATGTCCATCAGCATCCGGCTGAAAGTGCAGAAAGTCATCCCA
GGGCCCCCAGCCTTGACACTGGTGCCTGCAGAGCTGGTGCGGATTCGAGGGGAGGCTGCC
CAGATCGTGTGCTCAGCCAGCAGCGTTGATGTTAACTTTGATGTCTTCCTCCAACACAAC
AACACCAAGCTCGCAATCCCTCAACAATCTGACTTTCATAATAACCGTTACCAAAAAGTC
CTGACCCTCAACCTCGATCAAGTAGATTTCCAACATGCCGGCAACTACTCCTGCGTGGCC
AGCAACGTGCAGGGCAAGCACTCCACCTCCATGTTCTTCCGGGTGGTAGAGAGTGCCTAC
TTGAACTTGAGCTCTGAGCAGAACCTCATCCAGGAGGTGACCGTGGGGGAGGGGCTCAAC
CTCAAAGTCATGGTGGAGGCCTACCCAGGCCTGCAAGGTTTTAACTGGACCTACCTGGGA
CCCTTTTCTGACCACCAGCCTGAGCCCAAGCTTGCTAATGCTACCACCAAGGACACATAC
AGGCACACCTTCACCCTCTCTCTGCCCCGCCTGAAGCCCTCTGAGGCTGGCCGCTACTCC
TTCCTGGCCAGAAACCCAGGAGGCTGGAGAGCTCTGACGTTTGAGCTCACCCTTCGATAC
CCCCCAGAGGTAAGCGTCATATGGACATTCATCAACGGCTCTGGCACCCTTTTGTGTGCT
GCCTCTGGGTACCCCCAGCCCAACGTGACATGGCTGCAGTGCAGTGGCCACACTGATAGG
TGTGATGAGGCCCAAGTGCTGCAGGTCTGGGATGACCCATACCCTGAGGTCCTGAGCCAG
GAGCCCTTCCACAAGGTGACGGTGCAGAGCCTGCTGACTGTTGAGACCTTAGAGCACAAC
CAAACCTACGAGTGCAGGGCCCACAACAGCGTGGGGAGTGGCTCCTGGGCCTTCATACCC
ATCTCTGCAGGAGCCCACACGCATCCCCCGGATGAGTTCCTCTTCACACCAGTGGTGGTC
GCCTGCATGTCCATCATGGCCTTGCTGCTGCTGCTGCTCCTGCTGCTATTGTACAAGTAT
AAGCAGAAGCCCAAGTACCAGGTCCGCTGGAAGATCATCGAGAGCTATGAGGGCAACAGT
TATACTTTCATCGACCCCACGCAGCTGCCTTACAACGAGAAGTGGGAGTTCCCCCGGAAC
AACCTGCAGTTTGGTAAGACCCTCGGAGCTGGAGCCTTTGGGAAGGTGGTGGAGGCCACG
GCCTTTGGTCTGGGCAAGGAGGATGCTGTCCTGAAGGTGGCTGTGAAGATGCTGAAGTCC
ACGGCCCATGCTGATGAGAAGGAGGCCCTCATGTCCGAGCTGAAGATCATGAGCCACCTG
GGCCAGCACGAGAACATCGTCAACCTTCTGGGAGCCTGTACCCATGGAGGCCCTGTACTG
GTCATCACGGAGTACTGTTGCTATGGCGACCTGCTCAACTTTCTGCGAAGGAAGGCTGAG
GCCATGCTGGGACCCAGCCTGAGCCCCGGCCAGGACCCCGAGGGAGGCGTCGACTATAAG
AACATCCACCTCGAGAAGAAATATGTCCGCAGGGACAGTGGCTTCTCCAGCCAGGGTGTG
GACACCTATGTGGAGATGAGGCCTGTCTCCACTTCTTCAAATGACTCCTTCTCTGAGCAA
GACCTGGACAAGGAGGATGGACGGCCCCTGGAGCTCCGGGACCTGCTTCACTTCTCCAGC
CAAGTAGCCCAGGGCATGGCCTTCCTCGCTTCCAAGAATTGCATCCACCGGGACGTGGCA
GCGCGTAACGTGCTGTTGACCAATGGTCATGTGGCCAAGATTGGGGACTTCGGGCTGGCT
AGGGACATCATGAATGACTCCAACTACATTGTCAAGGGCAATGCCCGCCTGCCTGTGAAG
TGGATGGCCCCAGAGAGCATCTTTGACTGTGTCTACACGGTTCAGAGCGACGTCTGGTCC
TATGGCATCCTCCTCTGGGAGATCTTCTCACTTGGGCTGAATCCCTACCCTGGCATCCTG
GTGAACAGCAAGTTCTATAAACTGGTGAAGGATGGATACCAAATGGCCCAGCCTGCATTT
GCCCCAAAGAATATATACAGCATCATGCAGGCCTGCTGGGCCTTGGAGCCCACCCACAGA
CCCACCTTCCAGCAGATCTGCTCCTTCCTTCAGGAGCAGGCCCAAGAGGACAGGAGAGAG
CGGGACTATACCAATCTGCCGAGCAGCAGCAGAAGCGGTGGCAGCGGCAGCAGCAGCAGT
GAGCTGGAGGAGGAGAGCTCTAGTGAGCACCTGACCTGCTGCGAGCAAGGGGATATCGCC
CAGCCCTTGCTGCAGCCCAACAACTATCAGTTCTGCTGA
GenBank Gene IDM25786
GeneCard IDNot Available
GenAtlas IDCSF1R
HGNC IDHGNC:2433
Chromosome Location5
Locus5q33-q35
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