Welcome to the Mucin Database 2.1 2019
The Mucin Biology Groups
The HUMAN MUC2 and MUC6 sequences has been updated according the publication Svensson et al., (2018) Sci. Reports. Here we provide databases of mucin genes, transcripts,
protein sequences and functional domains. The databases are from
published mucins and novel mucins found by bioinformatic mining of the
We hope that this site and its databases will be useful for you!
Citing this database: When you have used this database please refer to it in your publication:
Responsible for content in this database
1. T. Lang,
S. Klasson, E. Larsson Lekholm, M. Johansson, G. C. Hansson and T. Samuelsson
(2016) Searching the evolutionary origin of epithelial mucus protein components – mucins and FCGBP. Mol. Biol. Evol. doi:10.1093/molbev/msw066.
2. T. Lang, G. C. Hansson and T.
Samuelsson (2007) Gel-forming mucins appeared early in metazoan evolution.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104: 16209-16214
3. Johansson, M. E. V.,
Phillipson, M., Petersson, J., Holm, L.,
Velcich, A., and Hansson, G. C. (2008) The inner of the
two Muc2 mucin dependent mucus layers in colon is devoid of bacteria.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 105, 15064-15069.
4. Johansson, M.
E. V., Thomsson, K. A., and Hansson, G. C. (2009)
Proteomic Analyses of the Two Mucus Layers of the Colon Barrier Reveal That
Their Main Component, the Muc2 Mucin, Is Strongly Bound to the Fcgbp Protein. Journal of Proteome Research 8, 3549-3557.
Mucin sequences (organized by species). This collection of mucin sequences represents an update (2015) as compared to our old database built
in 2006. The update is associated with the publication Lang et al, 20161
Resources to accompany publication in Molecular Biology and Evolution in 2016 1
Compilations of Mucin associated sequences
organized by protein4
Human and Mouse Proteomics Mucin Database
(compiled as one FASTA file
database2 built in year 2006.