Phosphatase Subfamily CG9801
CG9801 is found in metazoa but lost in deuterostomes. It is also found in some Amoebozoa. It is most closely related to the PTC7 subfamily, but their sequence similarity is very low
CG9801 has a PPM phosphatase domain, with additional flanking conserved motifs that have not been annotated.
The function of CG9801 is unclear. In Drosophila, it is reported to be subject to RNA editing , to be induced by ecdysone during moulting , and to possibly interact with the circadian clock . The C. elegans homolog, F33G12.6, is uncharacterized. Dictyostelium tipA is involved in early development and tip formation , and interacts genetically with tipC (VPS13) and tipD (ATG16/ATG16L1), components of the autophagy system .
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