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Table 1 Subcellular isoforms of glutaredoxin, thioredoxin and thioredoxin reductase in yeasta.

From: Calculation of the relative metastabilities of proteins in subcellular compartments of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Protein SWISS-PROT Location Length Formula Z
   Glutaredoxin     
GLRX1 P25373 Cytoplasm 110 C549H886N146O170S4 -4565 -5.8 -0.182
GLRX2 P17695 Mitochondrion 143 C715H1161N181O213S5 -5617 0.1 -0.255
GLRX3 Q03835 Nucleus 285 C1444H2195N371O463S10 -12031 -24.5 -0.094
GLRX4 P32642 Nucleus 244 C1226H1910N316O389S6 -10276 -17.8 -0.140
GLRX5 Q02784 Mitochondrion 150 C762H1200N196O227S6 -5841 -6.1 -0.192
   Thioredoxin     
TRX1 P22217 Cytoplasm 102 C502H785N123O150S5 -3969 -3.1 -0.211
TRX2 P22803 Cytoplasm 103 C497H780N122O153S5 -4056 -3.1 -0.197
TRXB1 P29509 Cytoplasm 318 C1509H2412N402O471S12 -12330 -4.7 -0.159
TRX3 P25372 Mitochondrion 127 C651H1049N167O181S10 -4617 4.9 -0.255
TRXB2 P38816 Mitochondrion 342 C1640H2615N449O501S14 -12841 -1.5 -0.145
  1. a. Amino acid compositions of subcellular isoforms of glutaredoxin (GLRX), thioredoxin (TRX) and thioredoxin reductase (TRXB) in S. cerevisiae were taken from the SWISS-PROT database [64] (accession numbers shown in the table). Chemical formulas of nonionized proteins, and calculated standard molal Gibbs energy of formation from the elements (, in kcal mol-1 at 25°C and 1 bar) and net ionization state (Z) at pH = 7 of charged proteins are listed. Average nominal oxidation state of carbon () was calculated using Eqn. (6).