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IFI16 (human)
rdtyret
p Phosphorylation
ac Acetylation
me Methylation
m1 Mono-methylation
m2 Di-methylation
m3 Tri-methylation
ub Ubiquitylation
sm Sumoylation
ne Neddylation
gl O-GlcNAc
ga O-GalNAc
pa Palmitoylation
ad Adenylation
sn S-Nitrosylation
ca Caspase cleavage
sc Succinylation

Overview
IFI16 a nuclear protein that may function as a transcriptional repressor. Strongly induced by gamma interferon and, to a lesser extent, by alpha interferon. Binds double-stranded DNA and cell cycle regulatory factors including p53 and Rb. Loss of IFI16 activates p53 checkpoint through NBS1-DNAPK pathway. Inhibits cell growth in the Ras/Raf signaling pathway. May be involved in the senescence of prostate epithelial cells. Expressed in peripheral blood leukocytes, fibroblasts and lymphoid cells. Present in myeloid precursors (CD34+) and throughout monocyte development, but its expression is down-regulated in erythroid and polymorphonuclear precursor cells. Present in prostate, ovary and breast. Four alternatively spliced isoforms have been described. Isoforms-1, -2 and -3 can homo- and hetero-dimerize. Note: This description may include information from UniProtKB.
Protein type: Transcription factor
Chromosomal Location of Human Ortholog: 1q22
Cellular Component: cytoplasm; cytosol; membrane; nuclear speck; nucleolus; nucleoplasm; nucleus
Molecular Function: double-stranded DNA binding; identical protein binding; protein binding; transcription factor binding
Biological Process: activation of innate immune response; autophagy; cell proliferation; cellular response to glucose starvation; defense response to virus; DNA damage response, signal transduction by p53 class mediator resulting in induction of apoptosis; hemopoiesis; inflammatory response; innate immune response; monocyte differentiation; myeloid cell differentiation; negative regulation of DNA binding; negative regulation of innate immune response; negative regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter; negative regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent; negative regulation of viral genome replication; positive regulation of cytokine production; positive regulation of interferon type I production; positive regulation of interleukin-1 beta production; positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter; regulation of autophagy; regulation of gene expression, epigenetic; transcription, DNA-dependent
Reference #:  Q16666 (UniProtKB)
Alt. Names/Synonyms: Gamma-interferon-inducible protein 16; IF16; Ifi-16; IFI16; IFNGIP1; interferon, gamma-inducible protein 16; interferon-gamma induced protein IFI 16; Interferon-inducible myeloid differentiation transcriptional activator; MGC9466; PYHIN2
Gene Symbols: IFI16
Molecular weight: 88,256 Da
Basal Isoelectric point: 9.31  Predict pI for various phosphorylation states
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IFI16

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Modification Sites and Domains  
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Modification Sites in Parent Protein, Orthologs, and Isoforms  
 

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 LTP 

LTP: The number of records in which this modification site was determined using site-specific methods. SS methods include amino acid sequencing, site-directed mutagenesis, modification site-specific antibodies, specific MS strategies, etc.


 HTP 

HTP: The number of records in which this modification site was assigned using ONLY proteomic discovery-mode mass spectrometry.


       human

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0 2 K34‑ub SLLSNDLkLNLKMRE
1 0 K45‑ac KMREEYDkIQIADLM
0 5 K64‑ub RGDAGLGkLIkIFED
0 1 K64‑ac RGDAGLGkLIkIFED
0 1 K67‑ub AGLGkLIkIFEDIPT
0 3 K83‑ub EDLAETLkKEkLKVk
0 2 K86‑ac AETLkKEkLKVkGPA
0 1 K90‑ub kKEkLKVkGPALsRK
1 8 S95‑p KVkGPALsRKRkkEV
1 0 K99‑ac PALsRKRkkEVDATs
0 3 K99‑ub PALsRKRkkEVDATs
0 7 K100‑ub ALsRKRkkEVDATsP
1 26 S106‑p kkEVDATsPAPsTsS
0 2 S110‑p DATsPAPsTsSTVKt
0 2 S112‑p TsPAPsTsSTVKtEG
0 1 T117‑p sTsSTVKtEGAEAtP
0 7 T123‑p KtEGAEAtPGAQkRK
1 11 K128‑ac EAtPGAQkRKKsTKE
0 2 K128‑ub EAtPGAQkRKKsTKE
1 1 K131 PGAQkRKKsTKEKAG
1 4 S132‑p GAQkRKKsTKEKAGP
0 2 S142‑p EKAGPKGsKVSEEQt
0 3 T149‑p sKVSEEQtQPPsPAG
1 40 S153‑p EEQtQPPsPAGAGMs
0 1 S160‑p sPAGAGMstAMGRsP
0 4 T161‑p PAGAGMstAMGRsPs
0 19 S166‑p MstAMGRsPsPKTSL
1 11 S168‑p tAMGRsPsPKTSLsA
0 1 T171 GRsPsPKTSLsAPPN
0 1 L173 sPsPKTSLsAPPNSS
1 0 S174‑p PsPKTSLsAPPNSSS
0 2 K190‑ub ENPKTVAkCQVtPRR
0 3 T194‑p TVAkCQVtPRRNVLQ
0 1 S211‑p PVIVKVLsTTkPFEY
1 1 K214‑ac VKVLsTTkPFEYETP
0 1 T232‑p KKIMFHAtVATQtQF
0 1 T237‑p HAtVATQtQFFHVKV
0 1 S248‑p HVKVLNTsLkEKFNG
0 4 K250‑ub KVLNTsLkEKFNGKK
0 1 Y317‑p QASGNIVyGVFMLHK
0 1 K330‑ub HKKTVNQkTTIYEIQ
0 1 K377‑ub RKKNQMSkLISEMHS
0 1 K377‑ac RKKNQMSkLISEMHS
0 1 K400‑ac NPRNNDPkSMKLPQE
0 2 T428‑p FPESHLRtPQMPPTt
0 13 T435‑p tPQMPPTtPssSFFT
0 1 S437‑p QMPPTtPssSFFTKk
0 1 S438‑p MPPTtPssSFFTKkS
1 0 K444‑ac ssSFFTKkSEDTISk
1 0 K451‑ac kSEDTISkMNDFMRM
0 3 S480‑p TSIGPAEsHPHtPQM
0 4 T484‑p PAEsHPHtPQMPPst
0 1 S490‑p HtPQMPPstPSSSFL
0 1 T491‑p tPQMPPstPSSSFLT
0 3 S536‑p TSIGPAEsHPHtPQM
0 9 T540‑p PAEsHPHtPQMPPst
0 6 S546‑p HtPQMPPstPsSSFL
0 1 T547‑p tPQMPPstPsSSFLT
0 1 S549‑p QMPPstPsSSFLTTL
1 1 K561‑ac TTLKPRLktEPEEVs
0 5 K561‑ub TTLKPRLktEPEEVs
1 2 K561‑sm TTLKPRLktEPEEVs
0 7 T562‑p TLKPRLktEPEEVsI
0 1 S568‑p ktEPEEVsIEDSAQs
0 2 S575‑p sIEDSAQsDLKEVMV
1 0 K598‑ac YEPKEQKkMFHATVA
1 0 K614‑ac ENEVFRVkVFNIDLk
0 4 K614‑ub ENEVFRVkVFNIDLk
0 3 K621‑ub kVFNIDLkEKFTPKK
0 1 K621‑ac kVFNIDLkEKFTPKK
0 4 S670‑p KGLIRSAsVTPkINQ
0 5 K674‑ub RSAsVTPkINQLCSQ
0 2 K695‑ub NGVFEVHkKNVRGEF
0 2 Y704‑p NVRGEFTyYEIQDNT
0 1 K732‑ub INCEEGDkLkLTCFE
0 1 K732‑ac INCEEGDkLkLTCFE
0 1 K734‑ac CEEGDkLkLTCFELA
0 18 K743‑ub TCFELAPkSGNTGEL
0 1 K759‑ac SVIHSHIkVIKTRKN
0 4 S775‑p KDILNPDssMEtsPD
0 3 S776‑p DILNPDssMEtsPDF
0 1 T779‑p NPDssMEtsPDFFF_
1 16 S780‑p PDssMEtsPDFFF__
  IFI16 iso2  
K34 SLLSNDLKLNLKMRE
K45 KMREEYDKIQIADLM
K64 RGDAGLGKLIKIFED
K64 RGDAGLGKLIKIFED
K67 AGLGKLIKIFEDIPT
K83 EDLAETLKKEKLKVK
K86 AETLKKEKLKVKGPA
K90 KKEKLKVKGPALSRK
S95 KVKGPALSRKRKKEV
K99 PALSRKRKKEVDATS
K99 PALSRKRKKEVDATS
K100 ALSRKRKKEVDATSP
S106 KKEVDATSPAPSTSS
S110 DATSPAPSTSSTVKT
S112 TSPAPSTSSTVKTEG
T117 STSSTVKTEGAEATP
T123 KTEGAEATPGAQKRK
K128 EATPGAQKRKKSTKE
K128 EATPGAQKRKKSTKE
K131 PGAQKRKKSTKEKAG
S132 GAQKRKKSTKEKAGP
S142 EKAGPKGSKVSEEQT
T149 SKVSEEQTQPPSPAG
S153 EEQTQPPSPAGAGMS
S160 SPAGAGMSTAMGRSP
T161 PAGAGMSTAMGRSPS
S166 MSTAMGRSPSPKTSL
S168 TAMGRSPSPKTSLSA
T171 GRSPSPKTSLSAPPN
L173 SPSPKTSLSAPPNSS
S174 PSPKTSLSAPPNSSS
K190 ENPKTVAKCQVTPRR
T194 TVAKCQVTPRRNVLQ
S211 PVIVKVLSTTKPFEY
K214 VKVLSTTKPFEYETP
T232 KKIMFHATVATQTQF
T237 HATVATQTQFFHVKV
S248 HVKVLNTSLKEKFNG
K250 KVLNTSLKEKFNGKK
Y317 QASGNIVYGVFMLHK
K330 HKKTVNQKTTIYEIQ
K377 RKKNQMSKLISEMHS
K377 RKKNQMSKLISEMHS
K400 NPRNNDPKSMKLPQE
T428 FPESHLRTPQMPPTT
T435 TPQMPPTTPSSSFFT
S437 QMPPTTPSSSFFTKK
S438 MPPTTPSSSFFTKKS
K444 SSSFFTKKSEDTISK
K451 KSEDTISKMNDFMRM
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
S480 TSIGPAESHPHTPQM
T484 PAESHPHTPQMPPST
S490 HTPQMPPSTPSSSFL
T491 TPQMPPSTPSSSFLT
S493 QMPPSTPSSSFLTTL
K505 TTLKPRLKTEPEEVS
K505 TTLKPRLKTEPEEVS
K505 TTLKPRLKTEPEEVS
T506 TLKPRLKTEPEEVSI
S512 KTEPEEVSIEDSAQS
S519 SIEDSAQSDLKEVMV
K542 YEPKEQKKMFHATVA
K558 ENEVFRVKVFNIDLK
K558 ENEVFRVKVFNIDLK
K565 KVFNIDLKEKFTPKK
K565 KVFNIDLKEKFTPKK
S614 KGLIRSASVTPKINQ
K618 RSASVTPKINQLCSQ
K639 NGVFEVHKKNVRGEF
Y648 NVRGEFTYYEIQDNT
K676 INCEEGDKLKLTCFE
K676 INCEEGDKLKLTCFE
K678 CEEGDKLKLTCFELA
K687 TCFELAPKSGNTGEL
K703 SVIHSHIKVIKTRKN
S719 KDILNPDSSMETSPD
S720 DILNPDSSMETSPDF
T723 NPDSSMETSPDFFF_
S724 PDSSMETSPDFFF__
  mouse

 
N34 SLLARDLNLERDNQE
T45 DNQEQYTTIQIANMM
K64 PADSGLGKLIEFCEE
K64 PADSGLGKLIEFCEE
E67 SGLGKLIEFCEEVPA
K83 RKRAEILKKERSEVT
R86 AEILKKERSEVTGET
- gap
S94‑p SEVTGETsLEKNGQE
G99 ETsLEKNGQEAGPAt
G99 ETsLEKNGQEAGPAt
Q100 TsLEKNGQEAGPAtP
T106‑p GQEAGPAtPTStTsH
T110‑p GPAtPTStTsHMLAS
S112‑p AtPTStTsHMLASER
T164 TSTAQARTSTAQEGT
T171 TSTAQEGTSTAQkRK
K176‑ac EGTSTAQkRKsMREE
K176 EGTSTAQKRKsMREE
S179‑p STAQkRKsMREEETG
M180 TAQkRKsMREEETGV
S190 EETGVKKSKAAKEPD
- gap
- gap
- gap
T206 PPCCEEPTAMCQsPI
S211‑p EPTAMCQsPILHsSs
I213 TAMCQsPILHsSsSA
S216‑p CQsPILHsSsSASSN
S218‑p sPILHsSsSASSNIP
S219 PILHsSsSASSNIPS
Q235 KNQKSQPQNQNIPRG
I239 SQPQNQNIPRGAVLH
T256 PLTVMVLTATDPFEY
D259 VMVLTATDPFEYESP
T277 VKNMLHATVATVSQY
S282 HATVATVSQYFHVKV
N293 HVKVFNINLKEKFTK
K295 KVFNINLKEKFTKKN
Y362 GTSGAVFYGVFTLHK
K375 HKKTVNRKNTIYEIK
K422 KTIDRQPKLVCGEHS
K422 KTIDRQPKLVCGEHS
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
A444 GNVPKEPAKEEDHHH
- gap
R474 YDLKEDKRMFHATVA
K490 ETEFFRVKVFDTALK
K490 ETEFFRVKVFDTALK
K497 KVFDTALKSKFIPRN
K497 KVFDTALKSKFIPRN
N546 NTLRQRANATPKISY
K550 QRANATPKISYLFSQ
K571 SGEYLVNKKTERNKF
Y580 TERNKFIYYGIGDDT
K608 VRCEPGSKLRLVCFE
K608 VRCEPGSKLRLVCFE
R610 CEPGSKLRLVCFELT
- gap
Q634 SVRHSYMQVINARK_
- gap
- gap
- gap
- gap
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