KEGG   ORTHOLOGY: K19106Help
Entry
K19106                      KO                                     

Name
nocL
Definition
nocardicin N-oxygenase [EC:1.14.13.-]
Pathway
ko00261  Monobactam biosynthesis
ko01100  Metabolic pathways
ko01130  Biosynthesis of antibiotics
Module
M00736  Nocardicin A biosynthesis, L-pHPG + arginine + serine => nocardicin A
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ko00001]
 09100 Metabolism
  09110 Biosynthesis of other secondary metabolites
   00261 Monobactam biosynthesis
    K19106  nocL; nocardicin N-oxygenase
Enzymes [BR:ko01000]
 1. Oxidoreductases
  1.14  Acting on paired donors, with incorporation or reduction of molecular oxygen
   1.14.13  With NADH or NADPH as one donor, and incorporation of one atom of oxygen into the other donor
    1.14.13.-  
     K19106  nocL; nocardicin N-oxygenase
BRITE hierarchy
Other DBs
RN: R10882
Genes
AMI: Amir_4596
TaxonomyKoalaUniProt
Reference
  Authors
Kelly WL, Townsend CA
  Title
Mutational analysis of nocK and nocL in the nocardicin a producer Nocardia uniformis.
  Journal
J Bacteriol 187:739-46 (2005)
DOI:10.1128/JB.187.2.739-746.2005
Reference
  Authors
Gunsior M, Breazeale SD, Lind AJ, Ravel J, Janc JW, Townsend CA
  Title
The biosynthetic gene cluster for a monocyclic beta-lactam antibiotic, nocardicin A.
  Journal
Chem Biol 11:927-38 (2004)
DOI:10.1016/j.chembiol.2004.04.012

KEGG   REACTION: R10882Help
Entry
R10882                      Reaction                               

Name
Nocardicin-C,NADPH:oxygen oxidoreductase
Definition
Nocardicin C + 2 NADPH + 2 H+ + 2 Oxygen <=> Nocardicin A + 2 NADP+ + 3 H2O
Equation
C17351 + 2 C00005 + 2 C00080 + 2 C00007 <=> C01941 + 2 C00006 + 3 C00001
Reaction class
RC00001  C00005_C00006
RC03299  C01941_C17351
Enzyme
1.14.13.-
Pathway
rn00261  Monobactam biosynthesis
rn01100  Metabolic pathways
rn01130  Biosynthesis of antibiotics
Module
M00736  Nocardicin A biosynthesis, L-pHPG + arginine + serine => nocardicin A
Orthology
K19106  nocardicin N-oxygenase [EC:1.14.13.-]

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