KEGG   Ferroglobus placidus: Ferp_0887Help
Entry
Ferp_0887         CDS       T01172                                 

Definition
F420-dependent oxidoreductase
Orthology
K12234  
coenzyme F420-0:L-glutamate ligase / coenzyme F420-1:gamma-L-glutamate ligase [EC:6.3.2.31 6.3.2.34]
Organism
fpl  Ferroglobus placidus
Pathway
Methane metabolism
Microbial metabolism in diverse environments
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:fpl00001]
 Metabolism
  Energy metabolism
   00680 Methane metabolism
    Ferp_0887
Enzymes [BR:fpl01000]
 6. Ligases
  6.3  Forming carbon-nitrogen bonds
   6.3.2  Acid-D-amino-acid ligases (peptide synthases)
    6.3.2.31  coenzyme F420-0:L-glutamate ligase
     Ferp_0887
    6.3.2.34  coenzyme F420-1:gamma-L-glutamate ligase
     Ferp_0887
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Motif Motif
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Position
complement(778059..778805)
Genome map
AA seq 248 aa AA seqDB search
MIEVHVIKGIPEIKEGDDIGEIVSNLFEFKDGDVLAICSTIVSKAEGRVRRLEDYKPSEK
AIEIAKKIGKDPRFVQAVLEESEEVLIDYPFLLVKAKFGNVCVNAGIDQSNVEKGLLLLP
PVNPDESAEKIRKRIAELTGKNVGVIVTDTNGRCFRKGVVGFAVGSAGVEVLRDWRGKRD
LYGKVLEVTVECVVDEIAAFANLLMGEGDSATPAVVFRGLDVLGEGSVKEVYRSEEEDVI
SRKIRGSS
NT seq 747 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgatcgaagttcacgtaataaaaggaattcccgagataaaagaaggggacgacataggg
gagatcgtctcgaatctcttcgaatttaaagacggagacgttttggctatctgctctacg
atagtttcgaaggctgaagggagagttagaaggctcgaagattacaaaccgagcgaaaaa
gcgattgagatagcgaagaaaatcggtaaagatccgaggttcgttcaggctgttcttgaa
gagagcgaagaagttttgatcgattacccatttctcctcgttaaagctaagttcgggaac
gtttgcgttaacgctgggatcgatcagagcaacgttgaaaaaggactactcttactccct
ccggttaatccggacgagagtgcggaaaaaataaggaagaggatagcggagctaaccgga
aagaacgtaggcgtgatcgtcacagacaccaacggaaggtgcttcaggaaaggcgtcgtg
ggatttgctgtaggctctgcgggagtggaagttttgagggactggaggggaaaaagagac
ctttacgggaaagttctcgaagttactgtagaatgcgtcgttgacgaaatcgctgctttc
gccaaccttctaatgggcgaaggggattcagcaactccggctgttgtgttcagaggattg
gacgttttaggggagggaagtgttaaagaagtttacagaagcgaggaggaagatgtcata
tcgaggaaaataagaggttcctcgtag

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