KEGG   Ornithorhynchus anatinus (platypus): 100075575Help
Entry
100075575         CDS       T01045                                 

Definition
delta-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase-like
Orthology
K01698  
porphobilinogen synthase [EC:4.2.1.24]
Organism
oaa  Ornithorhynchus anatinus (platypus)
Pathway
Porphyrin and chlorophyll metabolism
Metabolic pathways
Class
Metabolism; Metabolism of cofactors and vitamins; Porphyrin and chlorophyll metabolism [PATH:oaa00860]
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Motif
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Motif
Other DBs
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Position
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AA seq 330 aa AA seqDB search
MQPESVLHSGYFHPLLRSWQAAATTFDASNLIYPVFVTDSPDAVQPIASLPGVARYGVKK
LEEMLRPLVAQGLRCVLIFGVPTKVTKDERGSAADAEDTPAIQAIRTLRAAFPELLVACD
VCLCPYTSHGHCGLLRKDGSIRAEDSSRRLAEVALAYAKAGCQVVAPSDMMDGRIAAIKE
ALIANGLGNQVSVLSYSAKFASCFYGPFRDAAQSSPAFGDRRCYQLPPGARGLALRAVDR
DVREGADLLMVKPGMPYLDIVREVKDKHPALPLAVYHVSGEFAMLWHGAQAKAFDLKAAV
MEAMTSFRRAGADIIITYYTPQLLHWLKEA
NT seq 993 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgcagcccgagtccgtgcttcacagcggttacttccacccgctgctgcgcagctggcag
gcagctgccaccacctttgatgcctccaacctcatctaccctgtcttcgtcactgacagc
cctgatgccgtgcaaccgatcgccagcctccctggagtggccaggtatggggtgaaaaag
ctggaagagatgctgcggcccctggtggcccagggcttgaggtgcgtcttgatctttggg
gtccctaccaaggtcaccaaggatgagcggggttcagcagcagacgcagaggacactcca
gctatccaggccatccggaccctgcgggcagccttccctgagctgttggtggcctgtgac
gtatgcttgtgcccctacacctcccatggtcattgtgggctcttgaggaaggacggctcc
atccgcgctgaagacagcagccggcggctggcagaggtggcactggcttatgccaaggca
ggctgccaggtggttgctccatcagatatgatggatgggcgcattgctgctatcaaggag
gctctgattgccaatgggcttggcaaccaggtgtctgtgctgagctacagtgccaaattc
gcctcctgcttctatggccccttcagggatgcagcccaatccagcccagcttttggagac
agacgctgctaccagctgcccccaggagcccgcggtctggccctgcgagctgttgaccgg
gatgtgcgggagggggcagatttgctgatggtgaagcctgggatgccctacctggacatc
gtgcgggaggtgaaggataagcaccctgcgctcccattagctgtgtatcacgtgtccggg
gagtttgccatgctgtggcacggtgcccaggccaaggcctttgacctcaaggctgcagtc
atggaggccatgacatctttccgcagagcaggtgccgatatcatcatcacctactacacg
ccccagctcctgcactggctcaaggaggcgtga

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