KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K04997
Entry
K04997                      KO                                     

Name
KCNJ3, KIR3.1
Definition
potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
Pathway
ko04713  Circadian entrainment
ko04723  Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
ko04724  Glutamatergic synapse
ko04725  Cholinergic synapse
ko04726  Serotonergic synapse
ko04728  Dopaminergic synapse
ko04915  Estrogen signaling pathway
ko04921  Oxytocin signaling pathway
ko04929  GnRH secretion
ko05032  Morphine addiction
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09150 Organismal Systems
  09152 Endocrine system
   04929 GnRH secretion
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
   04915 Estrogen signaling pathway
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
   04921 Oxytocin signaling pathway
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
  09156 Nervous system
   04724 Glutamatergic synapse
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
   04725 Cholinergic synapse
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
   04728 Dopaminergic synapse
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
   04726 Serotonergic synapse
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
   04723 Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
  09159 Environmental adaptation
   04713 Circadian entrainment
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
 09160 Human Diseases
  09165 Substance dependence
   05032 Morphine addiction
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
 09180 Brite Hierarchies
  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes
   04040 Ion channels
    K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
Ion channels [BR:ko04040]
 Voltage-gated cation channels
  Potassium channel, inwardly-rectifying (Kir)
   K04997  KCNJ3, KIR3.1; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 3
Other DBs
GO: 0015467
TC: 1.A.2.1.12
Genes
HSA: 3760(KCNJ3)
PTR: 737029(KCNJ3)
PPS: 100972367(KCNJ3)
GGO: 101147418(KCNJ3)
PON: 100451674(KCNJ3)
NLE: 100600637(KCNJ3)
MCC: 696473(KCNJ3)
MCF: 102123532(KCNJ3)
CSAB: 103217112(KCNJ3)
RRO: 104681457(KCNJ3)
RBB: 108516224(KCNJ3)
CJC: 100410336(KCNJ3)
SBQ: 101029304(KCNJ3)
MMU: 16519(Kcnj3)
MCAL: 110287846(Kcnj3)
MPAH: 110318546(Kcnj3)
RNO: 50599(Kcnj3)
MUN: 110540987(Kcnj3) 110565875
CGE: 100768536(Kcnj3)
NGI: 103733966(Kcnj3)
HGL: 101718832(Kcnj3)
CCAN: 109678587(Kcnj3)
OCU: 100009366(KCNJ3)
TUP: 102500280(KCNJ3)
CFA: 488355(KCNJ3)
VVP: 112916497(KCNJ3)
AML: 100468159(KCNJ3)
UMR: 103659471(KCNJ3)
UAH: 113250873(KCNJ3)
ORO: 101383826(KCNJ3)
ELK: 111143157
FCA: 101088179(KCNJ3)
PTG: 102959759
PPAD: 109271381(KCNJ3)
AJU: 106979067(KCNJ3)
BTA: 526088(KCNJ3)
BOM: 102269266(KCNJ3)
BIU: 109567564(KCNJ3)
BBUB: 102410731(KCNJ3)
CHX: 102176650(KCNJ3)
OAS: 101115095(KCNJ3)
SSC: 396586(KCNJ3)
CFR: 102520891(KCNJ3)
CDK: 105093719(KCNJ3)
BACU: 103017653(KCNJ3)
LVE: 103084183(KCNJ3)
OOR: 101288928(KCNJ3)
DLE: 111172766(KCNJ3)
PCAD: 102996655(KCNJ3)
ECB: 100058732(KCNJ3)
EPZ: 103555321(KCNJ3)
EAI: 106824778(KCNJ3)
MYB: 102239038(KCNJ3)
MYD: 102764090(KCNJ3)
MNA: 107537431(KCNJ3)
HAI: 109374136(KCNJ3) 109378121
PALE: 102898716(KCNJ3)
RAY: 107521176(KCNJ3)
MJV: 108386311 108405081(KCNJ3)
LAV: 100668323(KCNJ3)
TMU: 101354503
MDO: 100014566(KCNJ3)
SHR: 100926990(KCNJ3)
PCW: 110220761(KCNJ3)
OAA: 100081077(KCNJ3)
GGA: 396369(KCNJ3)
MGP: 100545021(KCNJ3)
CJO: 107317026(KCNJ3)
NMEL: 110388420 110399816(KCNJ3)
APLA: 101800543(KCNJ3)
ACYG: 106043876(KCNJ3) 106048804
TGU: 100225733(KCNJ3)
LSR: 110471813 110478813(KCNJ3)
SCAN: 103821563 103824920(KCNJ3)
GFR: 102035149(KCNJ3)
FAB: 101810398
PHI: 102110069(KCNJ3)
PMAJ: 107207433(KCNJ3) 107215186
CCAE: 111932383(KCNJ3) 111939990
CCW: 104694110(KCNJ3)
FPG: 101921613(KCNJ3)
FCH: 102054367(KCNJ3)
CLV: 102089910(KCNJ3)
EGZ: 104134892 104135265(KCNJ3)
NNI: 104009951 104012364(KCNJ3)
ACUN: 113482178(KCNJ3) 113489253
PADL: 103919384 103925338(KCNJ3)
AAM: 106486544(KCNJ3)
ASN: 102373637(KCNJ3)
AMJ: 102561924(KCNJ3)
PSS: 102456293(KCNJ3)
CMY: 102931070(KCNJ3)
CPIC: 101940154 101940929(KCNJ3)
ACS: 100552085
PVT: 110079128 110080846(KCNJ3)
PBI: 103063278(KCNJ3)
TSR: 106543545(KCNJ3)
PMUA: 114582407 114605164(KCNJ3)
GJA: 107118844(KCNJ3)
XLA: 108701331 108701332(kcnj3.L) 108702960(kcnj3.S)
XTR: 100380084(kcnj3)
NPR: 108799367(KCNJ3) 108799492
DRE: 100000044(si:dkey-100n10.2) 100330491(kcnj3a) 557095(kcnj3b) 569752(si:dkey-106c17.3)
TRU: 101072606(kcnj3) 101078979
OLA: 101165104 101173421(kcnj3)
LCM: 102348466(KCNJ3)
CMK: 103176413(kcnj3)
 » show all
Reference
  Authors
Jo HY, Kim SY, Lee S, Jeong S, Kim SJ, Kang TM, Lee KY
  Title
Kir3.1 channel is functionally involved in TLR4-mediated signaling.
  Journal
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 407:687-91 (2011)
DOI:10.1016/j.bbrc.2011.03.076
  Sequence
[hsa:3760]

KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K05000
Entry
K05000                      KO                                     

Name
KCNJ6, KIR3.2
Definition
potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
Pathway
ko04713  Circadian entrainment
ko04723  Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
ko04725  Cholinergic synapse
ko04726  Serotonergic synapse
ko04727  GABAergic synapse
ko04728  Dopaminergic synapse
ko04915  Estrogen signaling pathway
ko04921  Oxytocin signaling pathway
ko04929  GnRH secretion
ko05032  Morphine addiction
Disease
H02236  Keppen-Lubinsky syndrome
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09150 Organismal Systems
  09152 Endocrine system
   04929 GnRH secretion
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
   04915 Estrogen signaling pathway
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
   04921 Oxytocin signaling pathway
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
  09156 Nervous system
   04727 GABAergic synapse
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
   04725 Cholinergic synapse
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
   04728 Dopaminergic synapse
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
   04726 Serotonergic synapse
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
   04723 Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
  09159 Environmental adaptation
   04713 Circadian entrainment
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
 09160 Human Diseases
  09165 Substance dependence
   05032 Morphine addiction
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
 09180 Brite Hierarchies
  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes
   04040 Ion channels
    K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
Ion channels [BR:ko04040]
 Voltage-gated cation channels
  Potassium channel, inwardly-rectifying (Kir)
   K05000  KCNJ6, KIR3.2; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 6
Other DBs
GO: 0015467
TC: 1.A.2.1.10
Genes
HSA: 3763(KCNJ6)
PTR: 474111(KCNJ6)
PPS: 100975815(KCNJ6)
GGO: 101141898(KCNJ6)
PON: 100174134(KCNJ6)
NLE: 100601844(KCNJ6)
MCC: 693675(KCNJ6)
MCF: 102127724(KCNJ6)
CSAB: 103218752(KCNJ6)
RRO: 104678253(KCNJ6)
RBB: 108543818(KCNJ6)
CJC: 100389403(KCNJ6)
SBQ: 101048844(KCNJ6)
MMU: 16522(Kcnj6)
MCAL: 110311788(Kcnj6)
MPAH: 110329694(Kcnj6)
RNO: 25743(Kcnj6)
MUN: 110566853
CGE: 100763599(Kcnj6)
NGI: 103750100(Kcnj6)
HGL: 101719327(Kcnj6)
CCAN: 109676728(Kcnj6)
OCU: 100008865(KCNJ6)
TUP: 102502044(KCNJ6)
CFA: 487756(KCNJ6)
VVP: 112911377(KCNJ6)
AML: 100479526(KCNJ6)
UMR: 103673159(KCNJ6)
UAH: 113258629(KCNJ6)
ORO: 101366647(KCNJ6)
ELK: 111155756
FCA: 101080818(KCNJ6)
PTG: 102966763
PPAD: 109249784(KCNJ6)
AJU: 106967007(KCNJ6)
BTA: 520743(KCNJ6)
BOM: 102274100(KCNJ6)
BIU: 109564739(KCNJ6)
BBUB: 102400825(KCNJ6)
CHX: 102176463(KCNJ6)
OAS: 101117719
SSC: 100515928(KCNJ6)
CFR: 102504753(KCNJ6)
CDK: 105103945(KCNJ6)
BACU: 103014208(KCNJ6)
LVE: 103081022(KCNJ6)
OOR: 101271724(KCNJ6)
DLE: 111163884(KCNJ6)
PCAD: 102995845(KCNJ6)
ECB: 100060665(KCNJ6)
EPZ: 103564035(KCNJ6)
EAI: 106844532(KCNJ6)
MYB: 102239566(KCNJ6)
MYD: 102767915(KCNJ6)
MNA: 107543277(KCNJ6)
HAI: 109389855(KCNJ6)
DRO: 112308814(KCNJ6)
PALE: 102887850(KCNJ6)
RAY: 107499288(KCNJ6)
MJV: 108407990
LAV: 100676455(KCNJ6)
TMU: 101359245
MDO: 100019404(KCNJ6)
SHR: 100926988(KCNJ6)
PCW: 110214930(KCNJ6)
OAA: 100078754(KCNJ6)
GGA: 427983(KCNJ6)
MGP: 100545309(KCNJ6)
CJO: 107323427(KCNJ6)
NMEL: 110402890(KCNJ6)
APLA: 101797099(KCNJ6)
ACYG: 106036152(KCNJ6)
TGU: 100227381(KCNJ6)
LSR: 110469062(KCNJ6)
SCAN: 103815730
GFR: 102039448(KCNJ6)
FAB: 101809699(KCNJ6)
PHI: 102112751(KCNJ6)
PMAJ: 107204797(KCNJ6)
CCAE: 111928551(KCNJ6)
CCW: 104696763(KCNJ6)
FPG: 101914955(KCNJ6)
FCH: 102056040(KCNJ6)
CLV: 102093042(KCNJ6)
EGZ: 104128246(KCNJ6)
NNI: 104020186(KCNJ6)
ACUN: 113484150(KCNJ6)
PADL: 103920282(KCNJ6)
AAM: 106494911(KCNJ6)
ASN: 102385947(KCNJ6)
AMJ: 102564400(KCNJ6)
PSS: 102451120(KCNJ6)
CMY: 102945444(KCNJ6)
CPIC: 101931996(KCNJ6)
ACS: 100562076(kcnj6)
PVT: 110076834(KCNJ6)
PBI: 103066349(KCNJ6)
PMUR: 107285605(KCNJ6)
TSR: 106555162
PMUA: 114596087(KCNJ6)
GJA: 107116458(KCNJ6)
XTR: 116408751(kcnj6)
NPR: 108785954(KCNJ6)
DRE: 569498(kcnj6)
SANH: 107671637(kcnj6) 107690833
SGH: 107565548(kcnj6)
IPU: 108276602(kcnj6)
PHYP: 113543634(kcnj6)
AMEX: 103046763(kcnj6)
EEE: 113581693(kcnj6)
TRU: 101069451
LCO: 104918955(kcnj6)
NCC: 104965585(kcnj6)
MZE: 101479839(kcnj6)
ONL: 100705168(kcnj6)
OLA: 101168316(kcnj6)
XMA: 102226552(kcnj6)
XCO: 114153080(kcnj6)
PRET: 103460005(kcnj6)
CVG: 107098394(kcnj6)
NFU: 107386685
KMR: 108238056(kcnj6)
ALIM: 106530619(kcnj6)
AOCE: 111563001(kcnj6)
CSEM: 103394924
POV: 109628347(kcnj6)
LCF: 108893354(kcnj6)
SDU: 111234637(kcnj6)
SLAL: 111659962(kcnj6)
HCQ: 109518031(kcnj6)
BPEC: 110166963(kcnj6)
MALB: 109959194(kcnj6)
ELS: 105011074(kcnj6)
SFM: 108936285(kcnj6)
PKI: 111858435(kcnj6)
LCM: 102358528(KCNJ6)
CMK: 103189169(kcnj6)
RTP: 109934999(kcnj6)
SKO: 100366824
 » show all
Reference
  Authors
Schoots O, Wilson JM, Ethier N, Bigras E, Hebert TE, Van Tol HH
  Title
Co-expression of human Kir3 subunits can yield channels with different functional properties.
  Journal
Cell Signal 11:871-83 (1999)
DOI:10.1016/S0898-6568(99)00059-5
  Sequence
[hsa:3763]

KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K05002
Entry
K05002                      KO                                     

Name
KCNJ9, KIR3.3
Definition
potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
Pathway
ko04713  Circadian entrainment
ko04723  Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
ko04726  Serotonergic synapse
ko04728  Dopaminergic synapse
ko04915  Estrogen signaling pathway
ko04921  Oxytocin signaling pathway
ko04929  GnRH secretion
ko05032  Morphine addiction
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09150 Organismal Systems
  09152 Endocrine system
   04929 GnRH secretion
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
   04915 Estrogen signaling pathway
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
   04921 Oxytocin signaling pathway
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
  09156 Nervous system
   04728 Dopaminergic synapse
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
   04726 Serotonergic synapse
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
   04723 Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
  09159 Environmental adaptation
   04713 Circadian entrainment
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
 09160 Human Diseases
  09165 Substance dependence
   05032 Morphine addiction
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
 09180 Brite Hierarchies
  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes
   04040 Ion channels
    K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
Ion channels [BR:ko04040]
 Voltage-gated cation channels
  Potassium channel, inwardly-rectifying (Kir)
   K05002  KCNJ9, KIR3.3; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 9
Other DBs
GO: 0015467
TC: 1.A.2.1
Genes
HSA: 3765(KCNJ9)
PTR: 469548(KCNJ9)
PPS: 100969260(KCNJ9)
GGO: 101143654(KCNJ9)
PON: 100442457(KCNJ9)
NLE: 100595119(KCNJ9)
MCC: 719597(KCNJ9)
MCF: 102147075(KCNJ9)
CSAB: 103223740(KCNJ9)
RRO: 104660408(KCNJ9)
RBB: 108524045(KCNJ9)
CJC: 100401709(KCNJ9)
SBQ: 101031726(KCNJ9)
MMU: 16524(Kcnj9)
MCAL: 110293826(Kcnj9)
MPAH: 110322264(Kcnj9)
RNO: 116560(Kcnj9)
MUN: 110556712(Kcnj9)
CGE: 100764245(Kcnj9)
NGI: 103740232(Kcnj9)
HGL: 101722613(Kcnj9)
CCAN: 109690080(Kcnj9)
OCU: 100345513(KCNJ9)
TUP: 102484768(KCNJ9)
CFA: 100855823(KCNJ9)
VVP: 112910103(KCNJ9)
AML: 100480134(KCNJ9)
UAH: 113246727(KCNJ9)
ORO: 101378770(KCNJ9)
ELK: 111139030
FCA: 101091342(KCNJ9)
PPAD: 109257205(KCNJ9)
AJU: 113596242(KCNJ9)
BTA: 614969(KCNJ9)
BOM: 102271283(KCNJ9)
BIU: 109578735(KCNJ9)
BBUB: 102402372(KCNJ9)
CHX: 102170924(KCNJ9)
OAS: 101102032(KCNJ9)
SSC: 100152828(KCNJ9)
CDK: 105100147(KCNJ9)
BACU: 103007029(KCNJ9)
LVE: 103076011(KCNJ9)
OOR: 101289618(KCNJ9)
DLE: 111167189(KCNJ9)
PCAD: 102981203(KCNJ9)
ECB: 100058166(KCNJ9)
EPZ: 103551152(KCNJ9)
EAI: 106835808(KCNJ9)
MYB: 102248776(KCNJ9)
MYD: 102760671(KCNJ9)
HAI: 109386497(KCNJ9)
DRO: 112317723(KCNJ9)
PALE: 102885617(KCNJ9)
RAY: 107507932(KCNJ9)
MJV: 108402846(KCNJ9)
TMU: 101356093
MDO: 100029817(KCNJ9)
SHR: 100914987(KCNJ9)
PCW: 110203104(KCNJ9)
OAA: 100086093(KCNJ9)
ACYG: 106029334
TGU: 100224401
LSR: 110479066(KCNJ9)
SCAN: 103825283(KCNJ9)
GFR: 102031920(KCNJ9)
FAB: 101813195(KCNJ9)
PHI: 102107644(KCNJ9)
PMAJ: 107199527
CCAE: 111945623
ETL: 114073236(KCNJ9)
FCH: 114016781(KCNJ9)
CLV: 102092961(KCNJ9)
EGZ: 104131450
NNI: 104012601(KCNJ9)
AAM: 106500060(KCNJ9)
ASN: 102378086(KCNJ9)
AMJ: 102571389(KCNJ9)
PSS: 102453219(KCNJ9)
CMY: 102938561(KCNJ9)
CPIC: 101949402(KCNJ9)
ACS: 100567687(kcnj9)
PVT: 110081473(KCNJ9)
PBI: 103050930(KCNJ9)
PMUR: 107298211 107298213(KCNJ9)
TSR: 106540336(KCNJ9)
PMUA: 114586996(KCNJ9)
GJA: 107126063(KCNJ9)
XTR: 100489771
NPR: 108794246(KCNJ9)
DRE: 100334285(kcnj9)
IPU: 108280861
PHYP: 113533501
AMEX: 103030164
EEE: 113586716
TRU: 101069242
LCO: 104936203
NCC: 104940919
MZE: 101477758
ONL: 100704256
OLA: 101166987
XMA: 102235467
XCO: 114145807
PRET: 103479494
CVG: 107092250
KMR: 108232968
ALIM: 106520806
AOCE: 111574623
CSEM: 103396788
POV: 109646233
LCF: 108884329
SDU: 111239374
SLAL: 111668447
HCQ: 109524115(kcnj9)
BPEC: 110164245
MALB: 109974503
ELS: 105024557
SFM: 108937953
PKI: 111833158
LCM: 102359701(KCNJ9)
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Reference
  Authors
Torrecilla M, Marker CL, Cintora SC, Stoffel M, Williams JT, Wickman K
  Title
G-protein-gated potassium channels containing Kir3.2 and Kir3.3 subunits mediate the acute inhibitory effects of opioids on locus ceruleus neurons.
  Journal
J Neurosci 22:4328-34 (2002)
DOI:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.22-11-04328.2002
  Sequence
[mmu:16524]
Reference
  Authors
Schoots O, Wilson JM, Ethier N, Bigras E, Hebert TE, Van Tol HH
  Title
Co-expression of human Kir3 subunits can yield channels with different functional properties.
  Journal
Cell Signal 11:871-83 (1999)
DOI:10.1016/S0898-6568(99)00059-5
  Sequence
[hsa:3765]

KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K04999
Entry
K04999                      KO                                     

Name
KCNJ5, KIR3.4
Definition
potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
Pathway
ko04713  Circadian entrainment
ko04723  Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
ko04726  Serotonergic synapse
ko04728  Dopaminergic synapse
ko04915  Estrogen signaling pathway
ko04921  Oxytocin signaling pathway
ko04925  Aldosterone synthesis and secretion
ko04929  GnRH secretion
ko05032  Morphine addiction
Disease
H00720  Long QT syndrome
H01603  Primary aldosteronism
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09150 Organismal Systems
  09152 Endocrine system
   04929 GnRH secretion
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
   04915 Estrogen signaling pathway
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
   04921 Oxytocin signaling pathway
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
   04925 Aldosterone synthesis and secretion
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
  09156 Nervous system
   04728 Dopaminergic synapse
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
   04726 Serotonergic synapse
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
   04723 Retrograde endocannabinoid signaling
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
  09159 Environmental adaptation
   04713 Circadian entrainment
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
 09160 Human Diseases
  09165 Substance dependence
   05032 Morphine addiction
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
 09180 Brite Hierarchies
  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes
   04040 Ion channels
    K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
Ion channels [BR:ko04040]
 Voltage-gated cation channels
  Potassium channel, inwardly-rectifying (Kir)
   K04999  KCNJ5, KIR3.4; potassium inwardly-rectifying channel subfamily J member 5
Other DBs
GO: 0015467
TC: 1.A.2.1.3
Genes
HSA: 3762(KCNJ5)
PTR: 451660(KCNJ5)
PPS: 100969758(KCNJ5)
GGO: 101150659(KCNJ5)
PON: 100446377(KCNJ5)
NLE: 100581187(KCNJ5)
MCC: 714799(KCNJ5)
MCF: 102134496(KCNJ5)
CSAB: 103248811(KCNJ5)
RRO: 104653970(KCNJ5)
RBB: 108529089(KCNJ5)
CJC: 100412518(KCNJ5)
SBQ: 101034486(KCNJ5)
MMU: 16521(Kcnj5)
MCAL: 110301701(Kcnj5)
MPAH: 110327782(Kcnj5)
RNO: 29713(Kcnj5)
MUN: 110543240(Kcnj5)
CGE: 100766874(Kcnj5)
NGI: 103740685(Kcnj5)
HGL: 101720856(Kcnj5)
CCAN: 109674154(Kcnj5)
OCU: 100352473(KCNJ5)
TUP: 102482239(KCNJ5)
CFA: 489284(KCNJ5)
VVP: 112920124(KCNJ5)
AML: 100468801(KCNJ5)
UMR: 103660668(KCNJ5)
UAH: 113259740(KCNJ5)
ORO: 101370849(KCNJ5)
ELK: 111153936
FCA: 101091726(KCNJ5)
PTG: 102965302(KCNJ5)
PPAD: 109250370(KCNJ5)
AJU: 106984374(KCNJ5)
BTA: 539844(KCNJ5)
BOM: 102266376(KCNJ5)
BIU: 109554202(KCNJ5)
BBUB: 102392060(KCNJ5)
CHX: 102169739(KCNJ5)
OAS: 101116101(KCNJ5)
SSC: 397448(KCNJ5)
CFR: 102521489(KCNJ5)
CDK: 105094272(KCNJ5)
BACU: 103005183(KCNJ5)
LVE: 103081345(KCNJ5)
OOR: 101287172(KCNJ5)
DLE: 111165492(KCNJ5)
PCAD: 102977820(KCNJ5)
ECB: 100064621(KCNJ5)
EPZ: 103551404(KCNJ5)
EAI: 106845695(KCNJ5)
MYB: 102257785(KCNJ5)
MYD: 102758324(KCNJ5)
MNA: 107530468(KCNJ5)
HAI: 109392068(KCNJ5)
DRO: 112301883(KCNJ5)
PALE: 102877748(KCNJ5)
RAY: 107507814(KCNJ5)
MJV: 108408804(KCNJ5)
LAV: 100655762(KCNJ5)
TMU: 101341082
MDO: 100020905(KCNJ5)
SHR: 100928024(KCNJ5)
PCW: 110192579(KCNJ5)
OAA: 100074167(KCNJ5)
GGA: 395925(KCNJ5)
MGP: 100546277(KCNJ5)
CJO: 107324305(KCNJ5)
NMEL: 110387757(KCNJ5)
APLA: 101793401(KCNJ5)
ACYG: 106040624(KCNJ5)
TGU: 100232042(KCNJ5)
LSR: 110470983(KCNJ5)
SCAN: 103822810(KCNJ5)
GFR: 102032351(KCNJ5)
FAB: 101810637(KCNJ5)
PHI: 102101110(KCNJ5)
PMAJ: 107214378(KCNJ5)
CCAE: 111939385(KCNJ5)
CCW: 104692221(KCNJ5)
ETL: 114067676(KCNJ5)
FPG: 101917287(KCNJ5)
FCH: 102054851(KCNJ5)
CLV: 102098487(KCNJ5)
EGZ: 104129208(KCNJ5)
NNI: 104016650(KCNJ5)
ACUN: 113488565(KCNJ5)
PADL: 103915705(KCNJ5)
AAM: 106499938(KCNJ5)
ASN: 102384339(KCNJ5)
AMJ: 106736623(KCNJ5)
PSS: 102448126(KCNJ5)
CMY: 102943801(KCNJ5)
CPIC: 101953377(KCNJ5)
ACS: 100558747(kcnj5)
PVT: 110087329(KCNJ5)
PBI: 103058365(KCNJ5)
PMUR: 107292246(KCNJ5)
TSR: 106539379(KCNJ5)
PMUA: 114585070(KCNJ5)
GJA: 107108947
XTR: 100125201(kcnj9) 100495085 549655(kcnj5)
DRE: 561782(zgc:162160) 571888(kcnj5)
IPU: 108256255
PHYP: 113524786
TRU: 101069834(kcnj5)
LCO: 104940524(kcnj5)
NCC: 104954301(kcnj5)
MZE: 101465709(kcnj5)
ONL: 100710746(kcnj5)
XMA: 102237196(kcnj5)
XCO: 114133661(kcnj5) 114142154
PRET: 103474763(kcnj5)
CVG: 107083448(kcnj5) 107086092
NFU: 107380705(kcnj5)
KMR: 108238119(kcnj5)
ALIM: 106526279
AOCE: 111569184(kcnj5)
CSEM: 103377679(kcnj5)
POV: 109634386(kcnj5)
LCF: 108898849(kcnj5)
SDU: 111233418(kcnj5)
SLAL: 111665427(kcnj5)
HCQ: 109512917(kcnj5)
BPEC: 110161963(kcnj5)
MALB: 109960395(kcnj5)
ELS: 105023819(kcnj5)
PKI: 111848862(kcnj5) 111850640
LCM: 102353803 102356452(KCNJ5)
CMK: 103180252(kcnj5)
RTP: 109935231
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Reference
PMID:8558261
  Authors
Spauschus A, Lentes KU, Wischmeyer E, Dissmann E, Karschin C, Karschin A
  Title
A G-protein-activated inwardly rectifying K+ channel (GIRK4) from human hippocampus associates with other GIRK channels.
  Journal
J Neurosci 16:930-8 (1996)
DOI:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.16-03-00930.1996
  Sequence
[hsa:3762]

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