GAPDH, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, Gapdh-1, GADPH
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Identified with: GH12586 <up>FlyBase curator comment: EST subsequently found to be chimeric</up>.
At least a substantial fraction of three glycolytic enzymes of flight muscle cells are found colocalised at the Z-discs and M-lines, glycolytic enzyme colocalisation is interdependent. Localisation of Gapdh1, Gapdh2 and Ald at the Z-discs and M-lines requires the presence of at least Gpdh at the Z-discs and M-lines.
The synergistic effects of the Adh locus, or a tightly linked locus, on the quantities of the Mdh1, Gpdh, Pgm, Idh, Men and Gapdh1 gene products in D.melanogaster derived from an African population has been determined.
The melanogaster and takahashi subgroups of the melanogaster group have small and large subunits of Gapdh, while another 28 species (in 15 subgroups) studied were found to have only either the large or the small subunit of Gapdh.
One of two genes (Gapdh1 and Gapdh2) that code for the enzyme glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH). These genes are expressed in almost all cells, especially those that undergo a high rate of glycolysis.