KEGG   Vibrio cholerae LMA3984-4: VCLMA_A2202Help
Entry
VCLMA_A2202       CDS       T01871                                 

Definition
DNA polymerase III subunit chi
Orthology
K02339  
DNA polymerase III subunit chi [EC:2.7.7.7]
Organism
vcl  Vibrio cholerae LMA3984-4
Pathway
Purine metabolism
Pyrimidine metabolism
Metabolic pathways
DNA replication
Mismatch repair
Homologous recombination
Module
DNA polymerase III complex, bacteria
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:vcl00001]
 Metabolism
  Nucleotide metabolism
   00230 Purine metabolism
    VCLMA_A2202
   00240 Pyrimidine metabolism
    VCLMA_A2202
 Genetic Information Processing
  Replication and repair
   03030 DNA replication
    VCLMA_A2202
   03430 Mismatch repair
    VCLMA_A2202
   03440 Homologous recombination
    VCLMA_A2202
Enzymes [BR:vcl01000]
 2. Transferases
  2.7  Transferring phosphorus-containing groups
   2.7.7  Nucleotidyltransferases
    2.7.7.7  DNA-directed DNA polymerase
     VCLMA_A2202
DNA replication proteins [BR:vcl03032]
 Prokaryotic Type
  DNA Replication Elongation factors
   Elongation factors (bacterial)
    DNA polymerase III holoenzyme
     VCLMA_A2202
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Motif Motif
Other DBs
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UniProt: 
Position
I:2518722..2519186
Genome map
AA seq 154 aa AA seqDB search
MQETKMPTATFYLISPDSAQATPEGFAQYVLYLTRHFAAQGARIYLQCQDKPHAEQLAER
FWQIEPEQFLAHNLVGEGPKSGTAIEIGYVGVSPSWNRQLAINLADNQTTFARTFTEVVD
FVPCAENAKQLARERYKLYRQAGYQLQTVEIQYP
NT seq 465 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
ttgcaagagaccaagatgcctaccgcaactttttacctgatttccccagattctgctcaa
gcaacgccagaaggcttcgcgcagtacgtgctgtatttgacgcgtcactttgccgcgcaa
ggcgctcgcatttatctgcaatgccaagataaaccacacgccgagcagctagctgagcga
ttttggcaaatcgaacccgaacagtttttagcgcacaatctggtgggtgaaggtcccaaa
tccggtaccgcgattgagataggttatgtgggcgtttccccctcttggaatcgtcaactg
gcaataaatttggcggataatcagacaacctttgcgcgtacctttaccgaggtggtagac
ttcgtgccctgcgcagaaaatgccaagcagctggcgcgcgagcggtataaactctatcga
caagcaggttatcagctgcaaactgttgagattcagtatccataa

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