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Term:MutSalpha complex
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Accession:GO:0032301 term browser browse the term
Definition:A heterodimer involved in the recognition and repair of base-base and small insertion/deletion mismatches. In human the complex consists of two subunits, MSH2 and MSH6.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: MSH2/MSH6 complex
 broad_synonym: MMR complex


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Msh2 mutS homolog 2 ISO
IBA
IEA
ISS
(MGI:MGI:3653556|PMID:16713580)
PMID:21873635
(PMID:23622243), (PMID:8942985)
GO_REF:0000104
GO_REF:0000024
RGD
UniProt
PMID:8942985, PMID:16713580, PMID:23622243, PMID:21873635 GO_REF:0000024, GO_REF:0000104, MGI:MGI:3653556, RGD:13792537 NCBI chr 6:11,215,951...11,274,916
Ensembl chr 6:11,215,963...11,274,932
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G Msh4 mutS homolog 4 IEA GO_REF:0000104 UniProt GO_REF:0000104 NCBI chr 2:260,057,708...260,108,897
Ensembl chr 2:260,057,855...260,108,897
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G Msh6 mutS homolog 6 ISO
IBA
(MGI:MGI:3653556|PMID:16713580)
(PMID:23622243), (PMID:8942985)
PMID:21873635
RGD PMID:8942985, PMID:16713580, PMID:23622243, PMID:21873635 MGI:MGI:3653556, RGD:13792537 NCBI chr 6:11,644,565...11,662,389
Ensembl chr 6:11,644,578...11,662,499
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  cellular_component 20610
    cellular anatomical entity 20359
      intracellular anatomical structure 14705
        mismatch repair complex 8
          MutSalpha complex 3
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  cellular_component 20610
    cellular anatomical entity 20359
      organelle 13271
        membrane-bounded organelle 11457
          intracellular membrane-bounded organelle 10714
            nucleus 7188
              MutSalpha complex 3
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