Subsystem: Translation elongation factors eukaryotic and archaeal

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Taxonomy Pattern 
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EF-1aEF-1bEF-1gEF-1dEF-2EF-3EF-PeRF-1eRF-3HBS1EF1a-like
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Translation elongation factor 1 alpha subunit
Translation elongation factor 1 beta subunit
Translation elongation factor 1 gamma subunit

Translation elongation factor 2

Translation elongation factor 3

Translation elongation factor P; Translation initiation factor 5A

Eukaryotic peptide chain release factor subunit 1 (= eRF-1)
Eukaryotic peptide chain release factor GTP-binding subunit (=eRF-2 = eRF-3)


Variant codes:
1 Archaeal
2 Fungal
3 Other eukaryotic


Elsewhere:

Protein translation factor SUI1 (put in translation initiation)

Translation elongation factor 1 alpha-like protein
Translation elongation factor 1 gamma chain-like protein
Translation elongation factor 3 homolog YPL226w

114 kDa U5 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein component

Translation elongation factor Tu, mitochondrial (need mitochondrial, and chloroplast, subsystems)
Translation elongation factor G, mitochondrial (need mitochondrial, and chloroplast, subsystems)

Selenocysteine-specific translation elongation factor

EF-3 is limited to the fungi, or less (sampling is just Ascomycetes)

HBS1 protein is a Translation elongation factor 1 alpha subunit paralogue implicated in recovery of stalled ribosomes.