KEGG   Bacteroides fragilis 638R: BF638R_2682Help
Entry
BF638R_2682       CDS       T01691                                 

Gene name
trpC
Definition
indole-3-glycerol phosphate synthase
Orthology
K01609  
indole-3-glycerol phosphate synthase [EC:4.1.1.48]
Organism
bfg  Bacteroides fragilis 638R
Pathway
Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis
Metabolic pathways
Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
Biosynthesis of amino acids
Module
Tryptophan biosynthesis, chorismate => tryptophan
Class
Metabolism; Overview; Biosynthesis of amino acids [PATH:bfg01230]
Metabolism; Amino acid metabolism; Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis [PATH:bfg00400]
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Motif
Pfam: 
Motif
Other DBs
NCBI-GI: 
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Position
3153874..3154686
Genome map
AA seq 270 aa AA seqDB search
MKDILSEIIANKRFEIDLQKQAIPSEQLQEKLSDEVQPGYSMKQALASSATGIIAEFKRR
SPSKGWIYENACPEQVVPDYIAAGASALSILTDEKFFGGSLKDIRTARPLVNIPILRKDF
IIDEYQLFQAKIVGADAILLIAAALEADQCHALAAKAHELGLEVLLEIHTAEELPFINKE
IDMVGINNRNLGTFFTDVENSFRLAGQLPQDALLVSESGISDPETVKRLRKAGFQGFLIG
ETFMKTQQPGQKLKEFINDLNSPQSDTESH
NT seq 813 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgaaagatatattatctgaaatcattgccaataaacgttttgagatcgacctgcagaaa
caggccatcccatcggaacagcttcaggagaagttatctgacgaggtacagccgggctac
tccatgaagcaggcactggcctcttcggctaccggtatcattgccgagttcaaacgccgg
tctccgtccaaaggttggatctatgaaaatgcatgtccggaacaagtcgtgccggactat
atagccgccggtgcttcggcgctttctatactcacggatgaaaaattcttcggaggaagc
ctgaaggatattcgcacagcacgccctttggtgaatatcccgatcctgcgcaaagatttt
ataatcgatgaatatcaactgttccaggccaaaattgtgggagccgacgccatattgctg
atagccgccgcactggaggccgatcaatgtcatgcgcttgccgcaaaagcccatgaattg
ggactggaagtcttgctagagattcatactgccgaagaactgccatttataaataaggag
atagacatggtaggtatcaataaccgcaacctgggcactttcttcacagatgtagagaat
tctttccggttagccggacagttgcctcaggatgcgctgttggtatcggaaagcggcatc
tcggatccggaaacagtgaaacgcctgcgtaaagccgggttccagggattcctgatcgga
gaaacgtttatgaaaacccaacagcccggacagaaattaaaagaatttataaacgacctg
aattcaccacagagtgacacagagtctcactga

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