KEGG   Acidianus hospitalis: Ahos_1951Help
Entry
Ahos_1951         CDS       T01493                                 

Definition
pyruvate ferredoxin/flavodoxin oxidoreductase subunit delta
Orthology
K00171  
pyruvate ferredoxin oxidoreductase, delta subunit [EC:1.2.7.1]
Organism
aho  Acidianus hospitalis
Pathway
Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis
Citrate cycle (TCA cycle)
Pyruvate metabolism
Nitrotoluene degradation
Propanoate metabolism
Butanoate metabolism
Methane metabolism
Carbon fixation pathways in prokaryotes
Metabolic pathways
Microbial metabolism in diverse environments
Carbon metabolism
Module
Pyruvate oxidation, pyruvate => acetyl-CoA
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:aho00001]
 Metabolism
  Overview
   01200 Carbon metabolism
    Ahos_1951
  Carbohydrate metabolism
   00010 Glycolysis / Gluconeogenesis
    Ahos_1951
   00020 Citrate cycle (TCA cycle)
    Ahos_1951
   00620 Pyruvate metabolism
    Ahos_1951
   00640 Propanoate metabolism
    Ahos_1951
   00650 Butanoate metabolism
    Ahos_1951
  Energy metabolism
   00720 Carbon fixation pathways in prokaryotes
    Ahos_1951
   00680 Methane metabolism
    Ahos_1951
  Xenobiotics biodegradation and metabolism
   00633 Nitrotoluene degradation
    Ahos_1951
Enzymes [BR:aho01000]
 1. Oxidoreductases
  1.2  Acting on the aldehyde or oxo group of donors
   1.2.7  With an iron-sulfur protein as acceptor
    1.2.7.1  pyruvate synthase
     Ahos_1951
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Motif Motif
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Position
complement(1771182..1771442)
Genome map
AA seq 86 aa AA seqDB search
MIDYPVPLGRPKIGSSGLTGHWRLMRPEIDYSKCTKCRLCVIYCPENTIDLLEGFDVRID
YDYCKGCGVCAQICPQKAIQMVPEVK
NT seq 261 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgattgactatccagtacctttaggaaggcctaaaattggttcatcaggattgactggc
cattggaggttaatgaggccggaaattgattactcaaagtgtactaagtgcagactttgt
gtaatttattgtccagagaatactatagaccttctagaaggatttgacgtaaggatagat
tacgattattgtaaaggttgtggagtttgtgctcaaatttgtcctcagaaagcaatacaa
atggttccggaggtgaaataa

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