KEGG   Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis E1: RC58_00370Help
Entry
RC58_00370        CDS       T03787                                 

Definition
(GenBank) acetyl-CoA acetyltransferase
  KO
K00626  
acetyl-CoA C-acetyltransferase [EC:2.3.1.9]
Organism
mavi  Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis E1
Pathway
Fatty acid degradation
Synthesis and degradation of ketone bodies
Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation
Lysine degradation
Benzoate degradation
Tryptophan metabolism
Pyruvate metabolism
Glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism
Propanoate metabolism
Butanoate metabolism
Terpenoid backbone biosynthesis
Metabolic pathways
Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
Microbial metabolism in diverse environments
Biosynthesis of antibiotics
Carbon metabolism
Fatty acid metabolism
Two-component system
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:mavi00001]
 Metabolism
  Carbohydrate metabolism
   00620 Pyruvate metabolism
    RC58_00370
   00630 Glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism
    RC58_00370
   00640 Propanoate metabolism
    RC58_00370
   00650 Butanoate metabolism
    RC58_00370
  Lipid metabolism
   00071 Fatty acid degradation
    RC58_00370
   00072 Synthesis and degradation of ketone bodies
    RC58_00370
  Amino acid metabolism
   00280 Valine, leucine and isoleucine degradation
    RC58_00370
   00310 Lysine degradation
    RC58_00370
   00380 Tryptophan metabolism
    RC58_00370
  Metabolism of terpenoids and polyketides
   00900 Terpenoid backbone biosynthesis
    RC58_00370
  Xenobiotics biodegradation and metabolism
   00362 Benzoate degradation
    RC58_00370
 Environmental Information Processing
  Signal transduction
   02020 Two-component system
    RC58_00370
Enzymes [BR:mavi01000]
 2. Transferases
  2.3  Acyltransferases
   2.3.1  Transferring groups other than aminoacyl groups
    2.3.1.9  acetyl-CoA C-acetyltransferase
     RC58_00370
Exosome [BR:mavi04147]
 Exosomal proteins
  Exosomal proteins of other body fluids (saliva and urine)
   RC58_00370
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Motif Motif
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UniProt: 
Position
complement(100661..102007)
Genome map
AA seq 448 aa AA seqDB search
MAPASSEASKPAAQRSAQRRPVAVLGGNRIPFARSDGAYAEASNQDMLTAALEGLVDRFG
LAGERLGVVVGGAVLKHSRDFNLTRECVLGSQLSSYTPAFDLQQACGTGLQAAMAAAEGI
AAGRYDVAAAGGVDTTSDAPIGLGDNLRRTLLKLRRAKSNVQRLKLVGTLPATLGVEIPV
NSEPRTGLSMGEHQAITAKQMGITRVAQDELAAASHRNMAAAYDRGFFDDLVTPFLGLYR
DDNLRPDSSPEKLAKLRPVFGVKAGDATMTAGNSTPLTDGASVALLGTEEWAAAHSLTPL
AYLVDAETAAVDYVNGRDGLLMAPTYAVPRLLARNGLSLQDFDFYEIHEAFASVVLAHLQ
AWESEDYCKERLGLDAALGSIDRSKLNVNGSSLAAGHPFAATGGRILAQAAKQVAQRKAE
LKGADKPVRALISICAAGGQGVAAILEA
NT seq 1347 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
gtggcccctgcaagttccgaggcaagcaaaccggctgctcagcgcagtgcgcagcggcgg
ccagtggccgtcctgggtggcaaccggattccgttcgcccgctccgacggcgcctatgcc
gaggcgtccaaccaggacatgctcaccgccgcgctggaggggttggtggaccgcttcggg
ctggccggtgagcggctgggcgtggtggtcggcggcgcggtgctcaagcacagccgggac
ttcaacctgacccgcgaatgcgtgctgggttcacagctgtcgtcctacacgccggcgttc
gacctgcagcaggcctgcggcaccgggttgcaggccgcgatggcggccgccgagggcatc
gccgccggccgctacgacgtggccgccgccggcggggtggacaccacctcggacgcgccg
atcggcctgggcgacaacctgcgccgcacgctgctgaagttgcgccgggccaagtcgaac
gtgcagcgactcaagctggtgggcacgctgccggcgaccctgggcgtcgagatcccggtc
aacagcgagccgcgcaccggcctgtccatgggcgagcaccaggcgatcaccgccaagcag
atgggcatcacccgggtcgcccaggacgagctggccgccgccagccaccgcaacatggcc
gccgcctacgaccgcggcttcttcgacgacctggtcaccccgttcctgggcctgtaccgc
gacgacaacctgcggcccgactcgtcgccggagaagctggccaagctgcggccggtgttc
ggggtgaaggccggcgacgcgacgatgacggcgggtaactcgaccccgctgactgacggc
gcctcggtggcgctgctgggcaccgaggagtgggcggccgcgcactcgctgaccccgctg
gcctacctggtggatgccgagacagccgcggtcgactacgtcaacgggcgcgacggcctg
ctgatggcccccacctacgcggtgccgcggctgctcgcccgcaacggcctgagcctgcag
gacttcgacttctacgagatccacgaggcgttcgcctcggtggtgctggcccatctgcag
gcctgggaatccgaggactactgcaaggaacggctgggcctggacgccgcgctgggctcc
atcgaccgctccaagctcaacgtcaacgggtcctcgctggccgccggtcacccgttcgcg
gccaccggcgggcggatcctggcgcaggccgccaagcaggtcgcgcagcgtaaggccgag
ctcaagggcgccgacaaaccggtgcgcgccctgatctcgatctgcgcggccggcggccag
ggcgtggccgcgatcctcgaggcctga

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