KEGG   Canis familiaris (dog): 476045Help
Entry
476045            CDS       T01007                                 

Gene name
HRASLS3, PLA2G16
Definition
phospholipase A2, group XVI-like
Orthology
K16817  
HRAS-like suppressor 3 [EC:3.1.1.32 3.1.1.4]
Organism
cfa  Canis familiaris (dog)
Pathway
Glycerophospholipid metabolism
Ether lipid metabolism
Arachidonic acid metabolism
Linoleic acid metabolism
alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
Metabolic pathways
Ras signaling pathway
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:cfa00001]
 Metabolism
  Lipid metabolism
   00564 Glycerophospholipid metabolism
    476045 (HRASLS3)
   00565 Ether lipid metabolism
    476045 (HRASLS3)
   00590 Arachidonic acid metabolism
    476045 (HRASLS3)
   00591 Linoleic acid metabolism
    476045 (HRASLS3)
   00592 alpha-Linolenic acid metabolism
    476045 (HRASLS3)
 Environmental Information Processing
  Signal transduction
   04014 Ras signaling pathway
    476045 (HRASLS3)
Enzymes [BR:cfa01000]
 3. Hydrolases
  3.1  Acting on ester bonds
   3.1.1  Carboxylic-ester hydrolases
    3.1.1.4  phospholipase A2
     476045 (HRASLS3)
    3.1.1.32  phospholipase A1
     476045 (HRASLS3)
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Position
18
AA seq 162 aa AA seqDB search
MRASTPEPKVGDLIEIFRPFYRHWAIYVGDGYVVHLAPPSEVAGAGAASVMSTLTEKAVV
KKELLYDVVGRDKYQINNKHDDKYSPLPPSKIVQRAEELVGQELPYSLPCENCEHFVNEL
RYGVARSDQVRDAVMAAGIAGVGLAAMGLIGVMFSRNKRQKQ
NT seq 489 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgcgcgcatccacgccagagcccaaagttggagacctgattgagattttccgccctttc
tacagacactgggccatctacgttggcgatggatacgtggtccacctggcgcccccaagt
gaggttgcgggagctggtgcggccagcgtcatgtccaccctgaccgagaaggccgtggtg
aagaaggagctgctgtacgatgtggtcgggagagacaagtaccagattaataacaaacac
gatgacaagtactcgccgctgccgcccagcaaaatcgtccagcgggcggaggagctggtg
gggcaggagttgccctattcgctgccctgtgagaactgcgagcactttgtgaacgagctg
cgctacggggtggcccgcagtgaccaggtcagagatgccgtcatggcggctggcatcgca
ggagtgggcttggcagccatgggcctcattggagtcatgttctcaagaaacaagcggcag
aagcaataa

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