Gene description for F11R
Gene name F11 receptor
Gene symbol F11R
Other names/aliases JAM1
Species Bos taurus
 Database cross references - F11R
ExoCarta ExoCarta_281258
Entrez Gene 281258
UniProt Q9XT56  
 F11R identified in exosomes derived from the following tissue/cell type
Milk 23459212    
 Gene ontology annotations for F11R
Molecular Function
    PDZ domain binding GO:0030165 IEA
Biological Process
    regulation of membrane permeability GO:0090559 IEA
    cell adhesion GO:0007155 IEA
    viral process GO:0016032 IEA
    regulation of actin cytoskeleton reorganization GO:2000249 IEA
    actomyosin structure organization GO:0031032 IEA
    establishment of endothelial intestinal barrier GO:0090557 IEA
    intestinal absorption GO:0050892 IEA
    establishment of protein localization to plasma membrane GO:0090002 IEA
Subcellular Localization
    extracellular exosome GO:0070062 IEA
    integral component of membrane GO:0016021 IEA
    plasma membrane GO:0005886 IEA
    microtubule cytoskeleton GO:0015630 IEA
    bicellular tight junction GO:0005923 IEA
 Experiment description of studies that identified F11R in exosomes
Experiment ID 213
ISEV standards
EV Biophysical techniques
EV Cytosolic markers
EV Membrane markers
EV Negative markers
EV Particle analysis
Identified molecule protein
Identification method Mass spectrometry
PubMed ID 23459212    
Organism Bos taurus
Experiment description Bovine milk proteome: Quantitative changes in normal milk exosomes, milk fat globule membranes and whey proteomes resulting from Staphylococcus aureus mastitis.
Authors Reinhardt TA, Sacco RE, Nonnecke BJ, Lippolis JD.
Journal name J Proteomics
Publication year 2013
Sample Milk
Sample name Staphylococcus aureus-infected-Milk
Isolation/purification methods Differential centrifugation
Sucrose density gradient
Flotation density -
Molecules identified in the study Protein
Methods used in the study Mass spectrometry
 Protein-protein interactions for F11R
  Protein Interactor ExoCarta ID Identification method PubMed Species
No interactions are found.

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