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Basic Information
Protein Name :  Oleosin 18.2 kDa  

UniProtKB / Swiss-Prot ID :  OLEO6_GOSHI

Gene Name (Synonyms) : 
MATP6-A  

Species :  Gossypium hirsutum (Upland cotton) (Gossypium mexicanum). 

Subcellular Localization :  Lipid droplet (By similarity). Membrane; Multi-pass membrane protein (By similarity). Note=Surface of oil bodies. Oleosins exist at a monolayer lipid/water interface (By similarity). 

Protein Function :  May have a structural role to stabilize the lipid body during desiccation of the seed by preventing coalescence of the oil. Probably interacts with both lipid and phospholipid moieties of lipid bodies. May also provide recognition signals for specific lipase anchorage in lipolysis during seedling growth (By similarity). 

Transmembrane Topology (topPTM) : OLEO6_GOSHI 

Protein Sequence MAEVRDRNLPHQVQVHPQYRLDNTTGGGYGAKNYHSGPSTSQVLAVLTLLPIGGTLLALAGLTLAGTVIG...
Predicted Secondary Structure CCCCCCCCCCCEEEECCHHHCCCCCCCCEEECCCCCCCCHHHHHHHHHHCCCCHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH...
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Overview of Protein Modification Sites with Functional and Structural Information
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Basic Information | Overview of PTM Sites | Experimental PTM Sites | Protein-Protein Interactions | Drug and Disease Associations | Related Literatures