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Term:integral component of spine apparatus membrane
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Accession:GO:0099065 term browser browse the term
Definition:The component of the spine apparatus membrane consisting of the gene products and protein complexes having at least some part of their peptide sequence embedded in the hydrophobic region of the membrane.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G CHRNA7 cholinergic receptor nicotinic alpha 7 subunit ISO PMID:11588172 SynGO PMID:11588172 RGD:13702268 NCBI chr15:10,525,535...10,667,227
Ensembl chr15:29,565,885...29,705,194
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G CLSTN1 calsyntenin 1 ISO PMID:11161476 SynGO PMID:11161476 RGD:13702439 NCBI chr 1:8,495,571...8,591,613
Ensembl chr 1:9,724,743...9,774,760
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  cellular_component 12666
    cellular anatomical entity 12562
      intrinsic component of membrane 1316
        integral component of membrane 1190
          integral component of organelle membrane 265
            integral component of spine apparatus membrane 2
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  cellular_component 12666
    cellular anatomical entity 12562
      cell projection 2090
        plasma membrane bounded cell projection 2062
          neuron projection 1341
            dendritic tree 666
              dendrite 663
                dendritic spine 188
                  spine apparatus 6
                    spine apparatus membrane 2
                      intrinsic component of spine apparatus membrane 2
                        integral component of spine apparatus membrane 2
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