The Eukaryotic Linear Motif resource for
Functional Sites in Proteins

Pathways linked from ELM instances

The following list contains those pathways annotated at the "Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes" (KEGG) database for which at least one sequence is stored in the ELM database (containing at least one ELM instance). Sequences have been mapped from Uniprot to KEGG and colored in the pathway according to a simple colorscheme.

TaxonPathway entryPathway name# Instances# Sequences
sce03410 Base excision repair 5 5
sce01230 Biosynthesis of amino acids 1 1
sce01130 Biosynthesis of antibiotics 1 1
sce01110 Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites 1 1
sce01200 Carbon metabolism 1 1
sce04111 Cell cycle yeast 27 16
sce03030 DNA replication 5 5
sce04144 Endocytosis 3 3
sce00010 Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis 1 1
sce03440 Homologous recombination 1 1
sce04011 MAPK signaling pathway yeast 11 6
sce04113 Meiosis yeast 19 14
sce01100 Metabolic pathways 3 3
sce03430 Mismatch repair 8 6
sce00510 N Glycan biosynthesis 1 1
sce03450 Non homologous end joining 1 1
sce03420 Nucleotide excision repair 6 6
sce04146 Peroxisome 3 2
sce04141 Protein processing in endoplasmic reticulum 1 1
sce00230 Purine metabolism 2 2
sce00240 Pyrimidine metabolism 1 1
sce00620 Pyruvate metabolism 1 1
sce03010 Ribosome 1 1
sce03013 RNA transport 3 3
sce04120 Ubiquitin mediated proteolysis 6 2
sce00513 Various types of N glycan biosynthesis 1 1
Links redirect to the KEGG database with a color overlay corresponding to ELM classes.

Coloring is as follows:
CLV (cleavage site)
DOC (docking site)
DEG (degradation motif)
LIG (ligand binding motif)
MOD (modification site)
TRG (targeting motif)
multiple classes per sequence
Please cite: ELM — the eukaryotic linear motif resource in 2020. (PMID:31680160)

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