KEGG   Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus ATCC 11842: Ldb1614Help
Entry
Ldb1614           CDS       T00364                                 

Gene name
ruvA
Definition
(GenBank) Holliday junction DNA helicase RuvA
  KO
K03550  
holliday junction DNA helicase RuvA [EC:3.6.4.12]
Organism
ldb  Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus ATCC 11842
Pathway
Homologous recombination
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ldb00001]
 Genetic Information Processing
  Replication and repair
   03440 Homologous recombination
    Ldb1614 (ruvA)
Enzymes [BR:ldb01000]
 3. Hydrolases
  3.6  Acting on acid anhydrides
   3.6.4  Acting on acid anhydrides to facilitate cellular and subcellular movement
    3.6.4.12  DNA helicase
     Ldb1614 (ruvA)
DNA repair and recombination proteins [BR:ldb03400]
 Prokaryotic Type
  DSBR (double strand breaks repair)
   HR (homologous recombination)
    RecBC pathway proteins
     Ldb1614 (ruvA)
    RecFOR pathway proteins
     Ldb1614 (ruvA)
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Motif Motif
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Position
complement(1386902..1387495)
Genome map
AA seq 197 aa AA seqDB search
MYEYFEGTITVVNPAYVVIEVAGIGYRILTPTPYAYKDGDKARIYVEQVVRENGMTLYGF
KSQQDKVLFNKLNEVSGIGPKSALAIMAAEDNGALASAIESGEVSYLTRFPGIGKKTASQ
IVLDLRGKMGNYVAENLFTEDEPVKSVFPALEDALLALGALGYSQKEVDRIKPKLKKLPE
MSADEYIKQGLGFLLKK
NT seq 594 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgtacgagtattttgagggcaccattaccgtggttaatccggcctatgtcgtgattgaa
gtggccgggatcggctaccggatcctgaccccgaccccttatgcctataaagatggggac
aaggcccggatctacgttgaacaggtcgtccgggaaaacgggatgaccctctacggcttc
aagagccagcaagacaaggtcctcttcaacaagcttaatgaagtttccggtatcggtcct
aagtctgccctggccatcatggccgctgaagacaacggagccctggcttccgccattgag
agcggcgaagtttcctacttgacccgtttcccggggatcggcaagaagacggcatcccag
atcgtcctggacttgcgggggaagatgggcaactatgtggcggaaaacctctttaccgaa
gatgaaccggttaagtctgttttcccagccctggaagacgccctcctggcccttggggct
ttgggctacagtcaaaaggaagttgaccggatcaagccgaaactgaagaaactgccggaa
atgtccgctgacgaatacatcaagcaggggctgggctttttgctgaagaaataa

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