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NameDNA-dependent protein kinase catalytic subunit
Synonyms
  • 2.7.11.1
  • DNA-PK catalytic subunit
  • DNPK1
  • HYRC
  • HYRC1
  • p460
Gene NamePRKDC
OrganismHuman
Amino acid sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0004685|DNA-dependent protein kinase catalytic subunit
MAGSGAGVRCSLLRLQETLSAADRCGAALAGHQLIRGLGQECVLSSSPAVLALQTSLVFS
RDFGLLVFVRKSLNSIEFRECREEILKFLCIFLEKMGQKIAPYSVEIKNTCTSVYTKDRA
AKCKIPALDLLIKLLQTFRSSRLMDEFKIGELFSKFYGELALKKKIPDTVLEKVYELLGL
LGEVHPSEMINNAENLFRAFLGELKTQMTSAVREPKLPVLAGCLKGLSSLLCNFTKSMEE
DPQTSREIFNFVLKAIRPQIDLKRYAVPSAGLRLFALHASQFSTCLLDNYVSLFEVLLKW
CAHTNVELKKAALSALESFLKQVSNMVAKNAEMHKNKLQYFMEQFYGIIRNVDSNNKELS
IAIRGYGLFAGPCKVINAKDVDFMYVELIQRCKQMFLTQTDTGDDRVYQMPSFLQSVASV
LLYLDTVPEVYTPVLEHLVVMQIDSFPQYSPKMQLVCCRAIVKVFLALAAKGPVLRNCIS
TVVHQGLIRICSKPVVLPKGPESESEDHRASGEVRTGKWKVPTYKDYVDLFRHLLSSDQM
MDSILADEAFFSVNSSSESLNHLLYDEFVKSVLKIVEKLDLTLEIQTVGEQENGDEAPGV
WMIPTSDPAANLHPAKPKDFSAFINLVEFCREILPEKQAEFFEPWVYSFSYELILQSTRL
PLISGFYKLLSITVRNAKKIKYFEGVSPKSLKHSPEDPEKYSCFALFVKFGKEVAVKMKQ
YKDELLASCLTFLLSLPHNIIELDVRAYVPALQMAFKLGLSYTPLAEVGLNALEEWSIYI
DRHVMQPYYKDILPCLDGYLKTSALSDETKNNWEVSALSRAAQKGFNKVVLKHLKKTKNL
SSNEAISLEEIRIRVVQMLGSLGGQINKNLLTVTSSDEMMKSYVAWDREKRLSFAVPFRE
MKPVIFLDVFLPRVTELALTASDRQTKVAACELLHSMVMFMLGKATQMPEGGQGAPPMYQ
LYKRTFPVLLRLACDVDQVTRQLYEPLVMQLIHWFTNNKKFESQDTVALLEAILDGIVDP
VDSTLRDFCGRCIREFLKWSIKQITPQQQEKSPVNTKSLFKRLYSLALHPNAFKRLGASL
AFNNIYREFREEESLVEQFVFEALVIYMESLALAHADEKSLGTIQQCCDAIDHLCRIIEK
KHVSLNKAKKRRLPRGFPPSASLCLLDLVKWLLAHCGRPQTECRHKSIELFYKFVPLLPG
NRSPNLWLKDVLKEEGVSFLINTFEGGGCGQPSGILAQPTLLYLRGPFSLQATLCWLDLL
LAALECYNTFIGERTVGALQVLGTEAQSSLLKAVAFFLESIAMHDIIAAEKCFGTGAAGN
RTSPQEGERYNYSKCTVVVRIMEFTTTLLNTSPEGWKLLKKDLCNTHLMRVLVQTLCEPA
SIGFNIGDVQVMAHLPDVCVNLMKALKMSPYKDILETHLREKITAQSIEELCAVNLYGPD
AQVDRSRLAAVVSACKQLHRAGLLHNILPSQSTDLHHSVGTELLSLVYKGIAPGDERQCL
PSLDLSCKQLASGLLELAFAFGGLCERLVSLLLNPAVLSTASLGSSQGSVIHFSHGEYFY
SLFSETINTELLKNLDLAVLELMQSSVDNTKMVSAVLNGMLDQSFRERANQKHQGLKLAT
TILQHWKKCDSWWAKDSPLETKMAVLALLAKILQIDSSVSFNTSHGSFPEVFTTYISLLA
DTKLDLHLKGQAVTLLPFFTSLTGGSLEELRRVLEQLIVAHFPMQSREFPPGTPRFNNYV
DCMKKFLDALELSQSPMLLELMTEVLCREQQHVMEELFQSSFRRIARRGSCVTQVGLLES
VYEMFRKDDPRLSFTRQSFVDRSLLTLLWHCSLDALREFFSTIVVDAIDVLKSRFTKLNE
STFDTQITKKMGYYKILDVMYSRLPKDDVHAKESKINQVFHGSCITEGNELTKTLIKLCY
DAFTENMAGENQLLERRRLYHCAAYNCAISVICCVFNELKFYQGFLFSEKPEKNLLIFEN
LIDLKRRYNFPVEVEVPMERKKKYIEIRKEAREAANGDSDGPSYMSSLSYLADSTLSEEM
SQFDFSTGVQSYSYSSQDPRPATGRFRRREQRDPTVHDDVLELEMDELNRHECMAPLTAL
VKHMHRSLGPPQGEEDSVPRDLPSWMKFLHGKLGNPIVPLNIRLFLAKLVINTEEVFRPY
AKHWLSPLLQLAASENNGGEGIHYMVVEIVATILSWTGLATPTGVPKDEVLANRLLNFLM
KHVFHPKRAVFRHNLEIIKTLVECWKDCLSIPYRLIFEKFSGKDPNSKDNSVGIQLLGIV
MANDLPPYDPQCGIQSSEYFQALVNNMSFVRYKEVYAAAAEVLGLILRYVMERKNILEES
LCELVAKQLKQHQNTMEDKFIVCLNKVTKSFPPLADRFMNAVFFLLPKFHGVLKTLCLEV
VLCRVEGMTELYFQLKSKDFVQVMRHRDDERQKVCLDIIYKMMPKLKPVELRELLNPVVE
FVSHPSTTCREQMYNILMWIHDNYRDPESETDNDSQEIFKLAKDVLIQGLIDENPGLQLI
IRNFWSHETRLPSNTLDRLLALNSLYSPKIEVHFLSLATNFLLEMTSMSPDYPNPMFEHP
LSECEFQEYTIDSDWRFRSTVLTPMFVETQASQGTLQTRTQEGSLSARWPVAGQIRATQQ
QHDFTLTQTADGRSSFDWLTGSSTDPLVDHTSPSSDSLLFAHKRSERLQRAPLKSVGPDF
GKKRLGLPGDEVDNKVKGAAGRTDLLRLRRRFMRDQEKLSLMYARKGVAEQKREKEIKSE
LKMKQDAQVVLYRSYRHGDLPDIQIKHSSLITPLQAVAQRDPIIAKQLFSSLFSGILKEM
DKFKTLSEKNNITQKLLQDFNRFLNTTFSFFPPFVSCIQDISCQHAALLSLDPAAVSAGC
LASLQQPVGIRLLEEALLRLLPAELPAKRVRGKARLPPDVLRWVELAKLYRSIGEYDVLR
GIFTSEIGTKQITQSALLAEARSDYSEAAKQYDEALNKQDWVDGEPTEAEKDFWELASLD
CYNHLAEWKSLEYCSTASIDSENPPDLNKIWSEPFYQETYLPYMIRSKLKLLLQGEADQS
LLTFIDKAMHGELQKAILELHYSQELSLLYLLQDDVDRAKYYIQNGIQSFMQNYSSIDVL
LHQSRLTKLQSVQALTEIQEFISFISKQGNLSSQVPLKRLLNTWTNRYPDAKMDPMNIWD
DIITNRCFFLSKIEEKLTPLPEDNSMNVDQDGDPSDRMEVQEQEEDISSLIRSCKFSMKM
KMIDSARKQNNFSLAMKLLKELHKESKTRDDWLVSWVQSYCRLSHCRSRSQGCSEQVLTV
LKTVSLLDENNVSSYLSKNILAFRDQNILLGTTYRIIANALSSEPACLAEIEEDKARRIL
ELSGSSSEDSEKVIAGLYQRAFQHLSEAVQAAEEEAQPPSWSCGPAAGVIDAYMTLADFC
DQQLRKEEENASVIDSAELQAYPALVVEKMLKALKLNSNEARLKFPRLLQIIERYPEETL
SLMTKEISSVPCWQFISWISHMVALLDKDQAVAVQHSVEEITDNYPQAIVYPFIISSESY
SFKDTSTGHKNKEFVARIKSKLDQGGVIQDFINALDQLSNPELLFKDWSNDVRAELAKTP
VNKKNIEKMYERMYAALGDPKAPGLGAFRRKFIQTFGKEFDKHFGKGGSKLLRMKLSDFN
DITNMLLLKMNKDSKPPGNLKECSPWMSDFKVEFLRNELEIPGQYDGRGKPLPEYHVRIA
GFDERVTVMASLRRPKRIIIRGHDEREHPFLVKGGEDLRQDQRVEQLFQVMNGILAQDSA
CSQRALQLRTYSVVPMTSRLGLIEWLENTVTLKDLLLNTMSQEEKAAYLSDPRAPPCEYK
DWLTKMSGKHDVGAYMLMYKGANRTETVTSFRKRESKVPADLLKRAFVRMSTSPEAFLAL
RSHFASSHALICISHWILGIGDRHLNNFMVAMETGGVIGIDFGHAFGSATQFLPVPELMP
FRLTRQFINLMLPMKETGLMYSIMVHALRAFRSDPGLLTNTMDVFVKEPSFDWKNFEQKM
LKKGGSWIQEINVAEKNWYPRQKICYAKRKLAGANPAVITCDELLLGHEKAPAFRDYVAV
ARGSKDHNIRAQEPESGLSEETQVKCLMDQATDPNILGRTWEGWEPWM
Number of residues4128
Molecular Weight469084.155
Theoretical pI7.12
GO Classification
Functions
  • transcription factor binding
  • poly(A) RNA binding
  • DNA-dependent protein kinase activity
  • double-stranded DNA binding
  • ATP binding
  • protein kinase activity
  • protein serine/threonine kinase activity
Processes
  • brain development
  • T cell lineage commitment
  • double-strand break repair via nonhomologous end joining
  • T cell receptor V(D)J recombination
  • rhythmic process
  • positive regulation of developmental growth
  • telomere maintenance
  • positive regulation of fibroblast proliferation
  • peptidyl-serine phosphorylation
  • spleen development
  • regulation of circadian rhythm
  • cellular protein modification process
  • double-strand break repair
  • negative regulation of immunoglobulin production
  • response to gamma radiation
  • double-strand break repair via homologous recombination
  • negative regulation of protein phosphorylation
  • innate immune response
  • somitogenesis
  • intrinsic apoptotic signaling pathway in response to DNA damage
  • positive regulation of immune system process
  • positive regulation of apoptotic process
  • negative regulation of cellular senescence
  • positive regulation of type I interferon production
  • heart development
  • B cell lineage commitment
  • regulation of smooth muscle cell proliferation
  • negative regulation of apoptotic process
  • immunoglobulin V(D)J recombination
  • T cell differentiation in thymus
  • positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter
  • negative regulation of response to gamma radiation
  • thymus development
  • response to activity
  • pro-B cell differentiation
  • protein destabilization
  • cellular response to insulin stimulus
  • signal transduction involved in mitotic G1 DNA damage checkpoint
  • DNA repair
  • ectopic germ cell programmed cell death
Components
  • nuclear chromosome, telomeric region
  • cytosol
  • DNA-dependent protein kinase-DNA ligase 4 complex
  • nucleolus
  • nonhomologous end joining complex
  • nucleoplasm
  • transcription factor complex
  • membrane
General FunctionTranscription factor binding
Specific FunctionSerine/threonine-protein kinase that acts as a molecular sensor for DNA damage. Involved in DNA non-homologous end joining (NHEJ) required for double-strand break (DSB) repair and V(D)J recombination. Must be bound to DNA to express its catalytic properties. Promotes processing of hairpin DNA structures in V(D)J recombination by activation of the hairpin endonuclease artemis (DCLRE1C). The assembly of the DNA-PK complex at DNA ends is also required for the NHEJ ligation step. Required to protect and align broken ends of DNA. May also act as a scaffold protein to aid the localization of DNA repair proteins to the site of damage. Found at the ends of chromosomes, suggesting a further role in the maintenance of telomeric stability and the prevention of chromosomal end fusion. Also involved in modulation of transcription. Recognizes the substrate consensus sequence [ST]-Q. Phosphorylates 'Ser-139' of histone variant H2AX/H2AFX, thereby regulating DNA damage response mechanism. Phosphorylates DCLRE1C, c-Abl/ABL1, histone H1, HSPCA, c-jun/JUN, p53/TP53, PARP1, POU2F1, DHX9, SRF, XRCC1, XRCC1, XRCC4, XRCC5, XRCC6, WRN, MYC and RFA2. Can phosphorylate C1D not only in the presence of linear DNA but also in the presence of supercoiled DNA. Ability to phosphorylate p53/TP53 in the presence of supercoiled DNA is dependent on C1D. Contributes to the determination of the circadian period length by antagonizing phosphorylation of CRY1 'Ser-588' and increasing CRY1 protein stability, most likely through an indirect machanism. Interacts with CRY1 and CRY2; negatively regulates CRY1 phosphorylation.
Pfam Domain Function
Transmembrane RegionsNot Available
GenBank Protein IDNot Available
UniProtKB IDP78527
UniProtKB Entry NamePRKDC_HUMAN
Cellular LocationNucleus
Gene sequence
>lcl|BSEQ0016774|DNA-dependent protein kinase catalytic subunit (PRKDC)
ATGGCGGGCTCCGGAGCCGGTGTGCGTTGCTCCCTGCTGCGGCTGCAGGAGACCTTGTCC
GCTGCGGACCGCTGCGGTGCTGCCCTGGCCGGTCATCAACTGATCCGCGGCCTGGGGCAG
GAATGCGTCCTGAGCAGCAGCCCCGCGGTGCTGGCATTACAGACATCTTTAGTTTTTTCC
AGAGATTTCGGTTTGCTTGTATTTGTCCGGAAGTCACTCAACAGTATTGAATTTCGTGAA
TGTAGAGAAGAAATCCTAAAGTTTTTATGTATTTTCTTAGAAAAAATGGGCCAGAAGATC
GCACCTTACTCTGTTGAAATTAAGAACACTTGTACCAGTGTTTATACAAAAGATAGAGCT
GCTAAATGTAAAATTCCAGCCCTGGACCTTCTTATTAAGTTACTTCAGACTTTTAGAAGT
TCTAGACTCATGGATGAATTTAAAATTGGAGAATTATTTAGTAAATTCTATGGAGAACTT
GCATTGAAAAAAAAAATACCAGATACAGTTTTAGAAAAAGTATATGAGCTCCTAGGATTA
TTGGGTGAAGTTCATCCTAGTGAGATGATAAATAATGCAGAAAACCTGTTCCGCGCTTTT
CTGGGTGAACTTAAGACCCAGATGACATCAGCAGTAAGAGAGCCCAAACTACCTGTTCTG
GCAGGATGTCTGAAGGGGTTGTCCTCACTTCTGTGCAACTTCACTAAGTCCATGGAAGAA
GATCCCCAGACTTCAAGGGAGATTTTTAATTTTGTACTAAAGGCAATTCGTCCTCAGATT
GATCTGAAGAGATATGCTGTGCCCTCAGCTGGCTTGCGCCTATTTGCCCTGCATGCATCT
CAGTTTAGCACCTGCCTTCTGGACAACTACGTGTCTCTATTTGAAGTCTTGTTAAAGTGG
TGTGCCCACACAAATGTAGAATTGAAAAAAGCTGCACTTTCAGCCCTGGAATCCTTTCTG
AAACAGGTTTCTAATATGGTGGCGAAAAATGCAGAAATGCATAAAAATAAACTGCAGTAC
TTTATGGAGCAGTTTTATGGAATCATCAGAAATGTGGATTCGAACAACAAGGAGTTATCT
ATTGCTATCCGTGGATATGGACTTTTTGCAGGACCGTGCAAGGTTATAAACGCAAAAGAT
GTTGACTTCATGTACGTTGAGCTCATTCAGCGCTGCAAGCAGATGTTCCTCACCCAGACA
GACACTGGTGACGACCGTGTTTATCAGATGCCAAGCTTCCTCCAGTCTGTTGCAAGCGTC
TTGCTGTACCTTGACACAGTTCCTGAGGTGTATACTCCAGTTCTGGAGCACCTCGTGGTG
ATGCAGATAGACAGTTTCCCACAGTACAGTCCAAAAATGCAGCTGGTGTGTTGCAGAGCC
ATAGTGAAGGTGTTCCTAGCTTTGGCAGCAAAAGGGCCAGTTCTCAGGAATTGCATTAGT
ACTGTGGTGCATCAGGGTTTAATCAGAATATGTTCTAAACCAGTGGTCCTTCCAAAGGGC
CCTGAGTCTGAATCTGAAGACCACCGTGCTTCAGGGGAAGTCAGAACTGGCAAATGGAAG
GTGCCCACATACAAAGACTACGTGGATCTCTTCAGACATCTCCTGAGCTCTGACCAGATG
ATGGATTCTATTTTAGCAGATGAAGCATTTTTCTCTGTGAATTCCTCCAGTGAAAGTCTG
AATCATTTACTTTATGATGAATTTGTAAAATCCGTTTTGAAGATTGTTGAGAAATTGGAT
CTTACACTTGAAATACAGACTGTTGGGGAACAAGAGAATGGAGATGAGGCGCCTGGTGTT
TGGATGATCCCAACTTCAGATCCAGCGGCTAACTTGCATCCAGCTAAACCTAAAGATTTT
TCGGCTTTCATTAACCTGGTGGAATTTTGCAGAGAGATTCTCCCTGAGAAACAAGCAGAA
TTTTTTGAACCATGGGTGTACTCATTTTCATATGAATTAATTTTGCAATCTACAAGGTTG
CCCCTCATCAGTGGTTTCTACAAATTGCTTTCTATTACAGTAAGAAATGCCAAGAAAATA
AAATATTTCGAGGGAGTTAGTCCAAAGAGTCTGAAACACTCTCCTGAAGACCCAGAAAAG
TATTCTTGCTTTGCTTTATTTGTGAAATTTGGCAAAGAGGTGGCAGTTAAAATGAAGCAG
TACAAAGATGAACTTTTGGCCTCTTGTTTGACCTTTCTTCTGTCCTTGCCACACAACATC
ATTGAACTCGATGTTAGAGCCTACGTTCCTGCACTGCAGATGGCTTTCAAACTGGGCCTG
AGCTATACCCCCTTGGCAGAAGTAGGCCTGAATGCTCTAGAAGAATGGTCAATTTATATT
GACAGACATGTAATGCAGCCTTATTACAAAGACATTCTCCCCTGCCTGGATGGATACCTG
AAGACTTCAGCCTTGTCAGATGAGACCAAGAATAACTGGGAAGTGTCAGCTCTTTCTCGG
GCTGCCCAGAAAGGATTTAATAAAGTGGTGTTAAAGCATCTGAAGAAGACAAAGAACCTT
TCATCAAACGAAGCAATATCCTTAGAAGAAATAAGAATTAGAGTAGTACAAATGCTTGGA
TCTCTAGGAGGACAAATAAACAAAAATCTTCTGACAGTCACGTCCTCAGATGAGATGATG
AAGAGCTATGTGGCCTGGGACAGAGAGAAGCGGCTGAGCTTTGCAGTGCCCTTTAGAGAG
ATGAAACCTGTCATTTTCCTGGATGTGTTCCTGCCTCGAGTCACAGAATTAGCGCTCACA
GCCAGTGACAGACAAACTAAAGTTGCAGCCTGTGAACTTTTACATAGCATGGTTATGTTT
ATGTTGGGCAAAGCCACGCAGATGCCAGAAGGGGGACAGGGAGCCCCACCCATGTACCAG
CTCTATAAGCGGACGTTTCCTGTGCTGCTTCGACTTGCGTGTGATGTTGATCAGGTGACA
AGGCAACTGTATGAGCCACTAGTTATGCAGCTGATTCACTGGTTCACTAACAACAAGAAA
TTTGAAAGTCAGGATACTGTTGCCTTACTAGAAGCTATATTGGATGGAATTGTGGACCCT
GTTGACAGTACTTTAAGAGATTTTTGTGGTCGGTGTATTCGAGAATTCCTTAAATGGTCC
ATTAAGCAAATAACACCACAGCAGCAGGAGAAGAGTCCAGTAAACACCAAATCGCTTTTC
AAGCGACTTTATAGCCTTGCGCTTCACCCCAATGCTTTCAAGAGGCTGGGAGCATCACTT
GCCTTTAATAATATCTACAGGGAATTCAGGGAAGAAGAGTCTCTGGTGGAACAGTTTGTG
TTTGAAGCCTTGGTGATATACATGGAGAGTCTGGCCTTAGCACATGCAGATGAGAAGTCC
TTAGGTACAATTCAACAGTGTTGTGATGCCATTGATCACCTATGCCGCATCATTGAAAAG
AAGCATGTTTCTTTAAATAAAGCAAAGAAACGACGTTTGCCGCGAGGATTTCCACCTTCC
GCATCATTGTGTTTATTGGATCTGGTCAAGTGGCTTTTAGCTCATTGTGGGAGGCCCCAG
ACAGAATGTCGACACAAATCCATTGAACTCTTTTATAAATTCGTTCCTTTATTGCCAGGC
AACAGATCCCCTAATTTGTGGCTGAAAGATGTTCTCAAGGAAGAAGGTGTCTCTTTTCTC
ATCAACACCTTTGAGGGGGGTGGCTGTGGCCAGCCCTCGGGCATCCTGGCCCAGCCCACC
CTCTTGTACCTTCGGGGGCCATTCAGCCTGCAGGCCACGCTATGCTGGCTGGACCTGCTC
CTGGCCGCGTTGGAGTGCTACAACACGTTCATTGGCGAGAGAACTGTAGGAGCGCTCCAG
GTCCTAGGTACTGAAGCCCAGTCTTCACTTTTGAAAGCAGTGGCTTTCTTCTTAGAAAGC
ATTGCCATGCATGACATTATAGCAGCAGAAAAGTGCTTTGGCACTGGGGCAGCAGGTAAC
AGAACAAGCCCACAAGAGGGAGAAAGGTACAACTACAGCAAATGCACCGTTGTGGTCCGG
ATTATGGAGTTTACCACGACTCTGCTAAACACCTCCCCGGAAGGATGGAAGCTCCTGAAG
AAGGACTTGTGTAATACACACCTGATGAGAGTCCTGGTGCAGACGCTGTGTGAGCCCGCA
AGCATAGGTTTCAACATCGGAGACGTCCAGGTTATGGCTCATCTTCCTGATGTTTGTGTG
AATCTGATGAAAGCTCTAAAGATGTCCCCATACAAAGATATCCTAGAGACCCATCTGAGA
GAGAAAATAACAGCACAGAGCATTGAGGAGCTTTGTGCCGTCAACTTGTATGGCCCTGAC
GCGCAAGTGGACAGGAGCAGGCTGGCTGCTGTTGTGTCTGCCTGTAAACAGCTTCACAGA
GCTGGGCTTCTGCATAATATATTACCGTCTCAGTCCACAGATTTGCATCATTCTGTTGGC
ACAGAACTTCTTTCCCTGGTTTATAAAGGCATTGCCCCTGGAGATGAGAGACAGTGTCTG
CCTTCTCTAGACCTCAGTTGTAAGCAGCTGGCCAGCGGACTTCTGGAGTTAGCCTTTGCT
TTTGGAGGACTGTGTGAGCGCCTTGTGAGTCTTCTCCTGAACCCAGCGGTGCTGTCCACG
GCGTCCTTGGGCAGCTCACAGGGCAGCGTCATCCACTTCTCCCATGGGGAGTATTTCTAT
AGCTTGTTCTCAGAAACGATCAACACGGAATTATTGAAAAATCTGGATCTTGCTGTATTG
GAGCTCATGCAGTCTTCAGTGGATAATACCAAAATGGTGAGTGCCGTTTTGAACGGCATG
TTAGACCAGAGCTTCAGGGAGCGAGCAAACCAGAAACACCAAGGACTGAAACTTGCGACT
ACAATTCTGCAACACTGGAAGAAGTGTGATTCATGGTGGGCCAAAGATTCCCCTCTCGAA
ACTAAAATGGCAGTGCTGGCCTTACTGGCAAAAATTTTACAGATTGATTCATCTGTATCT
TTTAATACAAGTCATGGTTCATTCCCTGAAGTCTTTACAACATATATTAGTCTACTTGCT
GACACAAAGCTGGATCTACATTTAAAGGGCCAAGCTGTCACTCTTCTTCCATTCTTCACC
AGCCTCACTGGAGGCAGTCTGGAGGAACTTAGACGTGTTCTGGAGCAGCTCATCGTTGCT
CACTTCCCCATGCAGTCCAGGGAATTTCCTCCAGGAACTCCGCGGTTCAATAATTATGTG
GACTGCATGAAAAAGTTTCTAGATGCATTGGAATTATCTCAAAGCCCTATGTTGTTGGAA
TTGATGACAGAAGTTCTTTGTCGGGAACAGCAGCATGTCATGGAAGAATTATTTCAATCC
AGTTTCAGGAGGATTGCCAGAAGGGGTTCATGTGTCACACAAGTAGGCCTTCTGGAAAGC
GTGTATGAAATGTTCAGGAAGGATGACCCCCGCCTAAGTTTCACACGCCAGTCCTTTGTG
GACCGCTCCCTCCTCACTCTGCTGTGGCACTGTAGCCTGGATGCTTTGAGAGAATTCTTC
AGCACAATTGTGGTGGATGCCATTGATGTGTTGAAGTCCAGGTTTACAAAGCTAAATGAA
TCTACCTTTGATACTCAAATCACCAAGAAGATGGGCTACTATAAGATTCTAGACGTGATG
TATTCTCGCCTTCCCAAAGATGATGTTCATGCTAAGGAATCAAAAATTAATCAAGTTTTC
CATGGCTCGTGTATTACAGAAGGAAATGAACTTACAAAGACATTGATTAAATTGTGCTAC
GATGCATTTACAGAGAACATGGCAGGAGAGAATCAGCTGCTGGAGAGGAGAAGACTTTAC
CATTGTGCAGCATACAACTGCGCCATATCTGTCATCTGCTGTGTCTTCAATGAGTTAAAA
TTTTACCAAGGTTTTCTGTTTAGTGAAAAACCAGAAAAGAACTTGCTTATTTTTGAAAAT
CTGATCGACCTGAAGCGCCGCTATAATTTTCCTGTAGAAGTTGAGGTTCCTATGGAAAGA
AAGAAAAAGTACATTGAAATTAGGAAAGAAGCCAGAGAAGCAGCAAATGGGGATTCAGAT
GGTCCTTCCTATATGTCTTCCCTGTCATATTTGGCAGACAGTACCCTGAGTGAGGAAATG
AGTCAATTTGATTTCTCAACCGGAGTTCAGAGCTATTCATACAGCTCCCAAGACCCTAGA
CCTGCCACTGGTCGTTTTCGGAGACGGGAGCAGCGGGACCCCACGGTGCATGATGATGTG
CTGGAGCTGGAGATGGACGAGCTCAATCGGCATGAGTGCATGGCGCCCCTGACGGCCCTG
GTCAAGCACATGCACAGAAGCCTGGGCCCGCCTCAAGGAGAAGAGGATTCAGTGCCAAGA
GATCTTCCTTCTTGGATGAAATTCCTCCATGGCAAACTGGGAAATCCAATAGTACCATTA
AATATCCGTCTCTTCTTAGCCAAGCTTGTTATTAATACAGAAGAGGTCTTTCGCCCTTAC
GCGAAGCACTGGCTTAGCCCCTTGCTGCAGCTGGCTGCTTCTGAAAACAATGGAGGAGAA
GGAATTCACTACATGGTGGTTGAGATAGTGGCCACTATTCTTTCATGGACAGGCTTGGCC
ACTCCAACAGGGGTCCCTAAAGATGAAGTGTTAGCAAATCGATTGCTTAATTTCCTAATG
AAACATGTCTTTCATCCAAAAAGAGCTGTGTTTAGACACAACCTTGAAATTATAAAGACC
CTTGTCGAGTGCTGGAAGGATTGTTTATCCATCCCTTATAGGTTAATATTTGAAAAGTTT
TCCGGTAAAGATCCTAATTCTAAAGACAACTCAGTAGGGATTCAATTGCTAGGCATCGTG
ATGGCCAATGACCTGCCTCCCTATGACCCACAGTGTGGCATCCAGAGTAGCGAATACTTC
CAGGCTTTGGTGAATAATATGTCCTTTGTAAGATATAAAGAAGTGTATGCCGCTGCAGCA
GAAGTTCTAGGACTTATACTTCGATATGTTATGGAGAGAAAAAACATACTGGAGGAGTCT
CTGTGTGAACTGGTTGCGAAACAATTGAAGCAACATCAGAATACTATGGAGGACAAGTTT
ATTGTGTGCTTGAACAAAGTGACCAAGAGCTTCCCTCCTCTTGCAGACAGGTTCATGAAT
GCTGTGTTCTTTCTGCTGCCAAAATTTCATGGAGTGTTGAAAACACTCTGTCTGGAGGTG
GTACTTTGTCGTGTGGAGGGAATGACAGAGCTGTACTTCCAGTTAAAGAGCAAGGACTTC
GTTCAAGTCATGAGACATAGAGATGATGAAAGACAAAAAGTATGTTTGGACATAATTTAT
AAGATGATGCCAAAGTTAAAACCAGTAGAACTCCGAGAACTTCTGAACCCCGTTGTGGAA
TTCGTTTCCCATCCTTCTACAACATGTAGGGAACAAATGTATAATATTCTCATGTGGATT
CATGATAATTACAGAGATCCAGAAAGTGAGACAGATAATGACTCCCAGGAAATATTTAAG
TTGGCAAAAGATGTGCTGATTCAAGGATTGATCGATGAGAACCCTGGACTTCAATTAATT
ATTCGAAATTTCTGGAGCCATGAAACTAGGTTACCTTCAAATACCTTGGACCGGTTGCTG
GCACTAAATTCCTTATATTCTCCTAAGATAGAAGTGCACTTTTTAAGTTTAGCAACAAAT
TTTCTGCTCGAAATGACCAGCATGAGCCCAGATTATCCAAACCCCATGTTCGAGCATCCT
CTGTCAGAATGCGAATTTCAGGAATATACCATTGATTCTGATTGGCGTTTCCGAAGTACT
GTTCTCACTCCGATGTTTGTGGAGACCCAGGCCTCCCAGGGCACTCTCCAGACCCGTACC
CAGGAAGGGTCCCTCTCAGCTCGCTGGCCAGTGGCAGGGCAGATAAGGGCCACCCAGCAG
CAGCATGACTTCACACTGACACAGACTGCAGATGGAAGAAGCTCATTTGATTGGCTGACC
GGGAGCAGCACTGACCCGCTGGTCGACCACACCAGTCCCTCATCTGACTCCTTGCTGTTT
GCCCACAAGAGGAGTGAAAGGTTACAGAGAGCACCCTTGAAGTCAGTGGGGCCTGATTTT
GGGAAAAAAAGGCTGGGCCTTCCAGGGGACGAGGTGGATAACAAAGTGAAAGGTGCGGCC
GGCCGGACGGACCTACTACGACTGCGCAGACGGTTTATGAGGGACCAGGAGAAGCTCAGT
TTGATGTATGCCAGAAAAGGCGTTGCTGAGCAAAAACGAGAGAAGGAAATCAAGAGTGAG
TTAAAAATGAAGCAGGATGCCCAGGTCGTTCTGTACAGAAGCTACCGGCACGGAGACCTT
CCTGACATTCAGATCAAGCACAGCAGCCTCATCACCCCGTTACAGGCCGTGGCCCAGAGG
GACCCAATAATTGCAAAACAGCTCTTTAGCAGCTTGTTTTCTGGAATTTTGAAAGAGATG
GATAAATTTAAGACACTGTCTGAAAAAAACAACATCACTCAAAAGTTGCTTCAAGACTTC
AATCGTTTTCTTAATACCACCTTCTCTTTCTTTCCACCCTTTGTCTCTTGTATTCAGGAC
ATTAGCTGTCAGCACGCAGCCCTGCTGAGCCTCGACCCAGCGGCTGTTAGCGCTGGTTGC
CTGGCCAGCCTACAGCAGCCCGTGGGCATCCGCCTGCTAGAGGAGGCTCTGCTCCGCCTG
CTGCCTGCTGAGCTGCCTGCCAAGCGAGTCCGTGGGAAGGCCCGCCTCCCTCCTGATGTC
CTCAGATGGGTGGAGCTTGCTAAGCTGTATAGATCAATTGGAGAATACGACGTCCTCCGT
GGGATTTTTACCAGTGAGATAGGAACAAAGCAAATCACTCAGAGTGCATTATTAGCAGAA
GCCAGAAGTGATTATTCTGAAGCTGCTAAGCAGTATGATGAGGCTCTCAATAAACAAGAC
TGGGTAGATGGTGAGCCCACAGAAGCCGAGAAGGATTTTTGGGAACTTGCATCCCTTGAC
TGTTACAACCACCTTGCTGAGTGGAAATCACTTGAATACTGTTCTACAGCCAGTATAGAC
AGTGAGAACCCCCCAGACCTAAATAAAATCTGGAGTGAACCATTTTATCAGGAAACATAT
CTACCTTACATGATCCGCAGCAAGCTGAAGCTGCTGCTCCAGGGAGAGGCTGACCAGTCC
CTGCTGACATTTATTGACAAAGCTATGCACGGGGAGCTCCAGAAGGCGATTCTAGAGCTT
CATTACAGTCAAGAGCTGAGTCTGCTTTACCTCCTGCAAGATGATGTTGACAGAGCCAAA
TATTACATTCAAAATGGCATTCAGAGTTTTATGCAGAATTATTCTAGTATTGATGTCCTC
TTACACCAAAGTAGACTCACCAAATTGCAGTCTGTACAGGCTTTAACAGAAATTCAGGAG
TTCATCAGCTTTATAAGCAAACAAGGCAATTTATCATCTCAAGTTCCCCTTAAGAGACTT
CTGAACACCTGGACAAACAGATATCCAGATGCTAAAATGGACCCAATGAACATCTGGGAT
GACATCATCACAAATCGATGTTTCTTTCTCAGCAAAATAGAGGAGAAGCTTACCCCTCTT
CCAGAAGATAATAGTATGAATGTGGATCAAGATGGAGACCCCAGTGACAGGATGGAAGTG
CAAGAGCAGGAAGAAGATATCAGCTCCCTGATCAGGAGTTGCAAGTTTTCCATGAAAATG
AAGATGATAGACAGTGCCCGGAAGCAGAACAATTTCTCACTTGCTATGAAACTACTGAAG
GAGCTGCATAAAGAGTCAAAAACCAGAGACGATTGGCTGGTGAGCTGGGTGCAGAGCTAC
TGCCGCCTGAGCCACTGCCGGAGCCGGTCCCAGGGCTGCTCTGAGCAGGTGCTCACTGTG
CTGAAAACAGTCTCTTTGTTGGATGAGAACAACGTGTCAAGCTACTTAAGCAAAAATATT
CTGGCTTTCCGTGACCAGAACATTCTCTTGGGTACAACTTACAGGATCATAGCGAATGCT
CTCAGCAGTGAGCCAGCCTGCCTTGCTGAAATCGAGGAGGACAAGGCTAGAAGAATCTTA
GAGCTTTCTGGATCCAGTTCAGAGGATTCAGAGAAGGTGATCGCGGGTCTGTACCAGAGA
GCATTCCAGCACCTCTCTGAGGCTGTGCAGGCGGCTGAGGAGGAGGCCCAGCCTCCCTCC
TGGAGCTGTGGGCCTGCAGCTGGGGTGATTGATGCTTACATGACGCTGGCAGATTTCTGT
GACCAACAGCTGCGCAAGGAGGAAGAGAATGCATCAGTTATTGATTCTGCAGAACTGCAG
GCGTATCCAGCACTTGTGGTGGAGAAAATGTTGAAAGCTTTAAAATTAAATTCCAATGAA
GCCAGATTGAAGTTTCCTAGATTACTTCAGATTATAGAACGGTATCCAGAGGAGACTTTG
AGCCTCATGACAAAAGAGATCTCTTCCGTTCCCTGCTGGCAGTTCATCAGCTGGATCAGC
CACATGGTGGCCTTACTGGACAAAGACCAAGCCGTTGCTGTTCAGCACTCTGTGGAAGAA
ATCACTGATAACTACCCGCAGGCTATTGTTTATCCCTTCATCATAAGCAGCGAAAGCTAT
TCCTTCAAGGATACTTCTACTGGTCATAAGAATAAGGAGTTTGTGGCAAGGATTAAAAGT
AAGTTGGATCAAGGAGGAGTGATTCAAGATTTTATTAATGCCTTAGATCAGCTCTCTAAT
CCTGAACTGCTCTTTAAGGATTGGAGCAATGATGTAAGAGCTGAACTAGCAAAAACCCCT
GTAAATAAAAAAAACATTGAAAAAATGTATGAAAGAATGTATGCAGCCTTGGGTGACCCA
AAGGCTCCAGGCCTGGGGGCCTTTAGAAGGAAGTTTATTCAGACTTTTGGAAAAGAATTT
GATAAACATTTTGGGAAAGGAGGTTCTAAACTACTGAGAATGAAGCTCAGTGACTTCAAC
GACATTACCAACATGCTACTTTTAAAAATGAACAAAGACTCAAAGCCCCCTGGGAATCTG
AAAGAATGTTCACCCTGGATGAGCGACTTCAAAGTGGAGTTCCTGAGAAATGAGCTGGAG
ATTCCCGGTCAGTATGACGGTAGGGGAAAGCCATTGCCAGAGTACCACGTGCGAATCGCC
GGGTTTGATGAGCGGGTGACAGTCATGGCGTCTCTGCGAAGGCCCAAGCGCATCATCATC
CGTGGCCATGACGAGAGGGAACACCCTTTCCTGGTGAAGGGTGGCGAGGACCTGCGGCAG
GACCAGCGCGTGGAGCAGCTCTTCCAGGTCATGAATGGGATCCTGGCCCAAGACTCCGCC
TGCAGCCAGAGGGCCCTGCAGCTGAGGACCTATAGCGTTGTGCCCATGACCTCCAGTGAT
CCCAGGGCACCGCCGTGTGAATATAAAGATTGGCTGACAAAAATGTCAGGAAAACATGAT
GTTGGAGCTTACATGCTAATGTATAAGGGCGCTAATCGTACTGAAACAGTCACGTCTTTT
AGAAAACGAGAAAGTAAAGTGCCTGCTGATCTCTTAAAGCGGGCCTTCGTGAGGATGAGT
ACAAGCCCTGAGGCTTTCCTGGCGCTCCGCTCCCACTTCGCCAGCTCTCACGCTCTGATA
TGCATCAGCCACTGGATCCTCGGGATTGGAGACAGACATCTGAACAACTTTATGGTGGCC
ATGGAGACTGGCGGCGTGATCGGGATCGACTTTGGGCATGCGTTTGGATCCGCTACACAG
TTTCTGCCAGTCCCTGAGTTGATGCCTTTTCGGCTAACTCGCCAGTTTATCAATCTGATG
TTACCAATGAAAGAAACGGGCCTTATGTACAGCATCATGGTACACGCACTCCGGGCCTTC
CGCTCAGACCCTGGCCTGCTCACCAACACCATGGATGTGTTTGTCAAGGAGCCCTCCTTT
GATTGGAAAAATTTTGAACAGAAAATGCTGAAAAAAGGAGGGTCATGGATTCAAGAAATA
AATGTTGCTGAAAAAAATTGGTACCCCCGACAGAAAATATGTTACGCTAAGAGAAAGTTA
GCAGGTGCCAATCCAGCAGTCATTACTTGTGATGAGCTACTCCTGGGTCATGAGAAGGCC
CCTGCCTTCAGAGACTATGTGGCTGTGGCACGAGGAAGCAAAGATCACAACATTCGTGCC
CAAGAACCAGAGAGTGGGCTTTCAGAAGAGACTCAAGTGAAGTGCCTGATGGACCAGGCA
ACAGACCCCAACATCCTTGGCAGAACCTGGGAAGGATGGGAGCCCTGGATGTGA
GenBank Gene IDU47077
GeneCard IDNot Available
GenAtlas IDPRKDC
HGNC IDHGNC:9413
Chromosome Location8
Locus8q11
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