KEGG   Pantoea ananatis PA13: PAGR_g3670Help
Entry
PAGR_g3670        CDS       T01970                                 

Definition
ribokinase RbsK
Orthology
K00852  
ribokinase [EC:2.7.1.15]
Organism
paq  Pantoea ananatis PA13
Pathway
Pentose phosphate pathway
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:paq00001]
 Metabolism
  Carbohydrate metabolism
   00030 Pentose phosphate pathway
    PAGR_g3670
Enzymes [BR:paq01000]
 2. Transferases
  2.7  Transferring phosphorus-containing groups
   2.7.1  Phosphotransferases with an alcohol group as acceptor
    2.7.1.15  ribokinase
     PAGR_g3670
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Motif
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Motif
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Position
3988603..3989484
Genome map
AA seq 293 aa AA seqDB search
MRVYVAGNITVDETWSIADIPLKGASVHGNKVSQDIGGKGANQAILLSRCGIETHLIAAT
GKDNNGITLRQQLTLEPLYFMPAEPVHPFSDTSLILNSADGDNAIITSTGAADALSIDII
SAHLAAARAGDVLVQQGNFSPEKTHALFQLAKSRGLITVFNPSPVHAGFSACWPLVDIAV
VNQHEARQLHPEAVKTLVVTHGSAGAWLIQGDRREFCPATPVEALDTTGAGDTFLAVMLA
SALRRQVQIDKLALTHASQAAAITVSRRGTLSAFPSVNELAALLSAGGESGVT
NT seq 882 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgcgtgtttatgtggccggaaatatcactgtcgatgaaacctggagcattgccgatatt
ccgttaaaaggcgcatcggttcatggaaataaagtttcgcaggatatcggcggtaaaggc
gcgaatcaggcgattctgttatcccgctgcggcatagaaacccatttaattgccgcgacg
ggcaaagacaacaatggaataactcttcgccagcagctcactctggagccgctttatttt
atgcccgctgaaccggttcatccctttagcgatacctcgcttattctaaacagcgccgac
ggcgacaacgccatcattaccagcacaggggcagccgatgcgttgagcattgatatcatc
agtgcacatttggccgcggcacgcgctggcgatgtcctggtgcagcagggcaacttctcg
ccggagaaaacccatgcgctgttccagctggcgaagtcgcgtggcctgatcaccgtcttt
aacccttcgccggtccatgccgggttcagtgcctgctggccgctggtggatattgccgtg
gtgaatcagcacgaagcccggcagttgcatcctgaagcggttaaaacgttagtggttact
cacggtagcgcgggtgcctggctgattcagggagaccgccgcgagttttgccctgccacg
cccgtcgaggcgctggataccaccggcgcgggcgatacctttcttgccgtcatgctggcg
tcggcactcaggcgccaggttcaaattgataagttagcacttactcatgccagtcaggcg
gccgccatcacggtgagccgtcgtggcacgctgagtgccttcccctccgtcaacgaactc
gccgcactgctgagtgcaggcggcgagtcaggcgttacttaa

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