Proteins with ER retention sequences
Table compiled by Jude Przyborski
C-terminal -xDEL sequences are referred to as "ER retention sequences". These sequences actually cause continual retrieval of these protein from post-ER compartments, leading to their accumulation in the ER lumen. Hence, they are called "ER retrieval sequences". Such sequences mediate ER retrieval of soluble proteins only, the signals for membrane bound proteins are more complex, and not so predictive in value. 
Gene ID Predicted protein C-terminus Predicted/ known function Transcript EC
8230 PF3D7_1108600
endoplasmic reticulum-resident calcium binding protein IDEL Calcium regulation
8235 PF3D7_1344200 endoplasmic reticulum chaperone grp170 KDEL Protein folding. Apicoplast transit peptide; overlaps with HSP70 domain
8227 PF3D7_0917900
heat shock protein 70 SDEL Protein folding
8233 PF3D7_1222300
endoplasmin, putative SDEL Abundant ER resident glycoprotein with calcium binding properties
8232 PF3D7_1115600
peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase SGEL-PL Protein folding.
5.2.1.8
8226 PF3D7_0827900
protein disulfide isomerase SEEL Protein folding/ di-sulphide bond formation.
5.3.4.1
8236 PF3D7_1472600 protein disulfide-isomerase YEEL Protein folding/ di-sulphide bond formation.
5.3.4.1
25886 PF3D7_1108700
heat shock protein 40, type ii Y-DDEL DnaJ/Theoredoxin domains. Next to PfERC on chromosome.
8225 PF3D7_0309100 omd protein, putative NEEL
25684 PF3D7_1322000
nucleoside-diphosphatase, putative SEDL Putative nucleoside-diphosphatase, Mig23 domain.
3.6.1.6
8228 PF3D7_1010700 dolichyl-phosphate-mannose-protein mannosyltransferase, putative RDEL MIR domain containing protein. Possibly involved in calcium regulation. 2.4.1.109
33886 PF3D7_1104400
thioredoxin-like mero protein KDEL Thioredoxin/PDI domains. Protein folding. Oxidative stress.
14383 PF3D7_1404900
conserved Plasmodium protein, unknown function SDEL
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