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Entry
SCO2051           CDS       T00085                                 

Gene name
hisH
Definition
(RefSeq) imidazole glycerol phosphate synthase subunit HisH
  KO
K02501  glutamine amidotransferase [EC:2.4.2.-]
Organism
sco  Streptomyces coelicolor
Pathway
sco00340  Histidine metabolism
sco01100  Metabolic pathways
sco01110  Biosynthesis of secondary metabolites
sco01230  Biosynthesis of amino acids
Module
sco_M00026  Histidine biosynthesis, PRPP => histidine
Brite
KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:sco00001]
 Metabolism
  Amino acid metabolism
   00340 Histidine metabolism
    SCO2051 (hisH)
Enzymes [BR:sco01000]
 2. Transferases
  2.4  Glycosyltransferases
   2.4.2  Pentosyltransferases
    2.4.2.-  
     SCO2051 (hisH)
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Motif
Pfam: GATase SNO GATase_3 Peptidase_C26 DJ-1_PfpI
Motif
Other DBs
NCBI-GeneID: 1097485
NCBI-ProteinID: NP_626311
Kitasato: SCO2051
UniProt: P16249
Position
complement(2198706..2199374)
Genome map
AA seq 222 aa AA seqDB search
MTAAVPAGATGRAKKVVVFDYGFGNVRSAERALARAGADVEITRDYDKAMNADGLLVPGV
GAFAACMEGLKAARGDWIVDRRLSGGRPVMGICVGMQILFSRGIEHDVEAEGLDEWPGTV
GPLEADVVPHMGWNTVEAPADSQLFAGLDADARFYFVHSYAVHEWTQESHNPLIAEPRVT
WSTHGKPFVAAVENGALWATQFHPEKSGDAGAQLLTNWIETL
NT seq 669 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
ttgaccgccgcagtccccgccggcgccaccggccgcgccaagaaggtcgtcgtcttcgac
tacggcttcggcaacgtccgctccgccgagcgcgccctcgcgcgcgcgggggccgacgtc
gagatcacccgtgactacgacaaggccatgaacgccgacggactgctggtccccggcgtc
ggcgccttcgccgcctgcatggagggcctcaaggccgcccggggcgactggatcgtcgac
cgccgcctgtccggcgggcgcccggtcatgggcatctgtgtcggcatgcagatcctcttc
tcgcgcggcatcgagcacgacgtggaggccgagggcctggacgagtggcccggcacggtc
ggacccctcgaggccgacgtcgtgccccacatgggctggaacacggtcgaggcaccggcc
gactcccagctcttcgccggcctggacgcggacgcccgcttctacttcgtgcactcctac
gccgtccacgagtggacccaggagtcgcacaacccgctgatcgccgagcccagggtcacc
tggtccacccacggcaagcccttcgtggccgccgtggagaacggtgcgctgtgggccacc
cagttccaccccgagaagtccggcgacgccggagcccagctcctcaccaactggatcgaa
accctctag

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