KEGG   Medicago truncatula (barrel medic): MTR_7g087090Help
Entry
MTR_7g087090      CDS       T01716                                 

Definition
NADH cytochrome b5 reductase
Orthology
K00326  
cytochrome-b5 reductase [EC:1.6.2.2]
Organism
mtr  Medicago truncatula (barrel medic)
Pathway
Amino sugar and nucleotide sugar metabolism
Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:mtr00001]
 Metabolism
  Carbohydrate metabolism
   00520 Amino sugar and nucleotide sugar metabolism
    MTR_7g087090
Enzymes [BR:mtr01000]
 1. Oxidoreductases
  1.6  Acting on NADH or NADPH
   1.6.2  With a heme protein as acceptor
    1.6.2.2  cytochrome-b5 reductase
     MTR_7g087090
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Motif Motif
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Position
7
AA seq 278 aa AA seqDB search
MDFLQTPENQILVGVAVAVVAIGVGAIYLLSSKKSKACLNPDQFREFKLVKKAQLSHNVA
KFTFSLPTPTSVLGLPIGQHISCRGKDGQGDEVIKPYTPTTLDSDVGHFELVIKMYPQGR
MSHHFREMRVGDYLAVKGPKGRFKYQPGEVRAFGMLAGGSGITPMFQVARAILENPNDKT
KVHLIYANVTFEDILLKEELDGLATNYPDRFKIYYVLNQPPEVWDGGVGFVSKEMIQAHL
PPPAQDIKILRCGPPPMNKAMAAHLEAIEYAPEMQFQF
NT seq 837 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atggattttctacaaacaccagaaaatcaaattcttgttggtgtcgccgttgctgttgta
gccattggtgttggtgctatctatctcctttcttctaagaagtccaaagcttgcttgaac
ccagaccagttcagggagtttaaacttgtcaagaaagcacagctgagccataatgttgca
aagttcacattttcactcccaacacccacatctgttttgggtcttcctattggacaacac
ataagttgcaggggtaaggatggtcaaggtgatgaggttatcaaaccatatactcctaca
actttggattccgatgttggacattttgaactagttatcaagatgtaccctcaaggaagg
atgtcacaccatttccgtgagatgcgtgttggtgactatcttgctgttaaaggaccaaag
ggacgtttcaagtaccaaccgggtgaggttagagcatttgggatgctagctggaggctct
ggaatcactccaatgttccaagttgctcgagcaatattagaaaacccaaatgacaagacc
aaggtgcatcttatctatgccaatgttacatttgaggacattcttttgaaggaagaactt
gatggtcttgctactaactatccagatcggtttaaaatatactatgtgttgaatcagcct
cctgaggtatgggatggtggcgttggatttgtttcaaaagagatgattcaagcacatttg
cctcctccagcacaagatattaagatattgagatgtgggccaccaccaatgaacaaggct
atggcagctcacctggaagccatcgaatatgctcccgagatgcagttccagttttga

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