KEGG   Rhodobacter sphaeroides KD131: RSKD131_0734Help
Entry
RSKD131_0734      CDS       T00844                                 

Definition
alpha/beta hydrolase fold protein
Orthology
K01048  
lysophospholipase [EC:3.1.1.5]
Organism
rsk  Rhodobacter sphaeroides KD131
Pathway
Glycerophospholipid metabolism
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:rsk00001]
 Metabolism
  Lipid metabolism
   00564 Glycerophospholipid metabolism
    RSKD131_0734
Enzymes [BR:rsk01000]
 3. Hydrolases
  3.1  Acting on ester bonds
   3.1.1  Carboxylic-ester hydrolases
    3.1.1.5  lysophospholipase
     RSKD131_0734
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Motif Motif
Other DBs
NCBI-GI: 
NCBI-GeneID: 
UniProt: 
Position
1:complement(731758..732630)
Genome map
AA seq 290 aa AA seqDB search
MRLRTVVWPEGAAGTVLIFSGRTEYAEKYGPAAEALRRRGFASATLDWRGQGLSDRSLRD
PLVGHVDDFASYQQDVTAFVAALRAQGLPEPFHLLAHSMGGCIGLRALHEGLPVRAACFS
APMWGIRVHAALRIVAAALGALARATGLGHRYVPGTGTRSYVATAAFDTNVLTRDPEMFA
WMQEQLVQAPELGLAGPSLDWLRAAFEETARLKRLPAPDLPALCIVGSAEKVVDLEEIQR
RMEGWRRGELQIVPGAEHEVMMDRPEVRDAFFDAAAALFRASADPDAVRS
NT seq 873 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
gtgcggctgcgcaccgtggtctggcccgagggggcggcgggaaccgtcctcatcttctcg
ggccgcaccgaatatgccgagaaatacggccccgcggccgaggcgctgcgccggcgcggc
tttgcctcggccaccctcgactggcgcggacagggcctgtcggaccggtcgctccgcgat
ccgctcgtgggccatgtcgacgatttcgcctcctatcagcaggatgtgacggccttcgtc
gcggccctgcgcgcgcaggggctgcccgagcccttccatcttctggcccattcgatgggc
ggctgcatcgggctccgcgcgctgcacgaggggctgcccgtgcgcgccgcctgcttctcg
gcgccgatgtggggcatccgcgtccatgccgcgctgcggatcgtggcggcggcactcggg
gcgctcgcccgcgcgacggggctcgggcaccgctatgtccccggcaccggcacgcgcagc
tatgtcgccaccgccgccttcgacacgaacgtcctcacccgcgaccccgagatgttcgcc
tggatgcaggagcagctggtgcaggcgccggaactcggtcttgccggcccgagcctcgac
tggctgcgcgcggccttcgaggagacggcacggctgaagcggctgcccgcgccggatctg
cccgcgctctgcatcgtgggctcggccgagaaggtcgtcgatctcgaggagatccagcgc
cggatggagggctggcgccggggcgagttgcagatcgtgcccggggccgagcacgaggtg
atgatggaccgccccgaggtgcgcgacgccttcttcgacgcggccgcggccctgttccgg
gcgagcgcggacccggacgccgtcagatcctga

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