KEGG   Folsomia candida: 110858858Help
Entry
110858858         CDS       T05043                                 

Definition
(RefSeq) D-erythrulose reductase-like
  KO
K03331  L-xylulose reductase [EC:1.1.1.10]
Organism
fcd  Folsomia candida
Pathway
fcd00040  Pentose and glucuronate interconversions
fcd01100  Metabolic pathways
Module
fcd_M00014  Glucuronate pathway (uronate pathway)
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:fcd00001]
 09100 Metabolism
  09101 Carbohydrate metabolism
   00040 Pentose and glucuronate interconversions
    110858858
Enzymes [BR:fcd01000]
 1. Oxidoreductases
  1.1  Acting on the CH-OH group of donors
   1.1.1  With NAD+ or NADP+ as acceptor
    1.1.1.10  L-xylulose reductase
     110858858
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Motif
Pfam: adh_short_C2 adh_short KR Epimerase RmlD_sub_bind
Motif
Other DBs
NCBI-GeneID: 110858858
NCBI-ProteinID: XP_021963437
Position
Unknown
AA seq 251 aa AA seqDB search
MALEISFKGKHVLVTGAGNGIGLALCEKLWSGGAHVVALDKCDQSLDKLVAKCPGVVPVC
VDLLDWEGTRLALNEVLNEPLHGLVNNAGIGGAATFMKTTPAILDPVIGLNVKAIVNVSQ
VVVGQAIAAGRGCNIVNVSSLASRFPTRASCPYNLSKAGVDMLTKSMAFELGRHKIRVNS
VNPNIVMTALAEEWMRAGDGAVLKGKLVGRTPLGRVGAVSEVVDTILFLLSDSAPMIHGQ
SVFVDGGFSAA
NT seq 756 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atggcgttagaaatttcattcaaagggaaacatgtccttgtcacgggggctggaaatgga
attggtttagccctgtgtgaaaaattgtggagtgggggcgcccatgtggtcgcgttggat
aaatgtgaccagagtttggacaagttagtggccaagtgtcccggcgtggtgccggtttgt
gtcgaccttctcgactgggaggggacgagactggccctcaacgaggtgctgaacgaaccg
ctccacggcctcgtcaacaatgcaggaattggtggagctgccacgtttatgaaaacgacc
ccagccattctcgaccccgtcattggacttaatgtgaaagcgatcgtgaacgtgtcgcag
gtcgtggtgggtcaagcgatcgcggctggaagggggtgcaacattgtgaacgtgtcgtca
ctcgcgtcccgatttccgacgagggcatcctgcccgtacaacctttcaaaggcgggtgtc
gacatgctgaccaaatcgatggctttcgagctgggacggcataaaattcgggtcaattcc
gtaaatccgaacatagtgatgaccgcgttggcggaggaatggatgcgcgcgggtgatggg
gccgtgttgaaggggaaattggtcggaagaacgccgctgggtcgagtgggcgcggtgagc
gaagttgtcgacactatccttttccttctatccgattctgcgcccatgattcatggacaa
agcgtttttgtcgatgggggcttctcggcggcataa

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