Nomeclature

nomenclature convention

We have attempted to follow standard informal practice in the field by naming subfamilies:

  • after the first characterised (archetype) protein in a subfamily
  • with the most commonly used name of the archetype, even if this differs from its current official name (eg Etl1, Arip4)
  • adhering to the nomenclature convention of the organism

For details about nomenclatures for specific organisms, see Expasy's nomenclature links

alphabetical list of subfamilies

subfamily archetype
species
archetype
official gene name
grouping
ALC1 H sapiens CHD1L Snf2‑like
Arip4 M musculus Srisnf2 Rad54‑like
ATRX H sapiens ATRX Rad54‑like
Chd1 M musculus Chd1 Snf2‑like
CHD7 H sapiens CHD7 Snf2‑like
DRD1 A thaliana DRD1 Rad54‑like
ERCC6 H sapiens ERCC6 SSO1653‑like
EP400 H sapiens EP400 Swr1‑like
Etl1 M musculus Smarcad1 Swr1‑like
Ino80 S cerevisiae Ino80 Swr1‑like
Iswi D melanogaster Iswi Snf2‑like
JBP2 T brucei JBP2 Rad54‑like
Lodestar D melanogaster Lodestar Rad5/16‑like
Lsh M musculus Hells Snf2‑like
Mi-2 H sapiens CHD3 Snf2‑like
Mot1 S cerevisiae Mot1 SSO1653‑like
Rad5/16 S cerevisiae Rad5,Rad16 Rad5/16‑like
Rad54 S cerevisiae Rad54 Rad54‑like
Ris1 S cerevisiae Ris1 Rad5/16‑like
SHPRH H sapiens SHPRH Rad5/16‑like
SMARCAL1 H sapiens SMARCAL1 distant
Snf2 S cerevisiae Snf2 Snf2‑like
Swr1 S cerevisiae Swr1 Swr1‑like
SSO1653 S solfataricus SSO1653 SSO1653‑like