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CDS Information : RER_28170

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Rhodococcus erythropolis PR4 (= NBRC 100887) chromosome

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Organism Rhodococcus erythropolis PR4 (= NBRC 100887)
Replicon chromosome
Start / Stop / Direction 3,024,852 / 3,024,031 / -
Location complement(3024031..3024852)
Type CDS
Length 822 bp (273 aa)

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Product polyphosphate glucokinase
Synonym: polyphosphate--glucose phosphotransferase
Gene name ppgK
Functional category Metabolism
- Carbohydrate Metabolism
EC number 2.7.1.63
Note
KEGG pathway map:00010 KO:K00886
Sequence feature
References Uniprot:Q59568 Pubmed:8617763,8703950

close this sectionComputational search results

BLASTP
Database:UniProtKB:14.0
1E=1e-113Q0S1J0_RHOSRPolyphosphate--glucose phosphotransferaseAlignment
2E=1e-109Q8VM93_RHOFAPolyphosphate glucokinaseAlignment
3E=6e-99A0QW03_MYCS2Polyphosphate glucokinaseAlignment
4E=4e-97A2VL46_MYCTUPolyphosphate glucokinase ppgKAlignment
5E=6e-97A4KJY5_MYCTUPolyphosphate glucokinase ppgKAlignment
HAMAP No significant hit
InterPro
Database:interpro:18.0
IPR000600 ROK (Family)
 [25-187]  5.5e-06 PF00480
PF00480   ROK
SignalP No significant hit
TMHMM No significant hit
SOSUI No significant hit

close this sectionCalculated information (Amino acid sequence)

size of protein 273 amino acids
molecular mass 28,460.22 Da
pI 4.99
aa composition
AlaValLeuIlePheTrpProMetGlySer
11.4
(31aa)
8.8
(24aa)
8.1
(22aa)
6.2
(17aa)
3.3
(9aa)
2.2
(6aa)
4
(11aa)
1.1
(3aa)
12.5
(34aa)
5.5
(15aa)
ThrCysAsnGlnTyrLysHisArgAspGlu
9.9
(27aa)
0
(0aa)
2.6
(7aa)
1.1
(3aa)
0.4
(1aa)
5.1
(14aa)
1.8
(5aa)
4
(11aa)
6.2
(17aa)
5.9
(16aa)

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close this sectionCovered clones

NBRC No. clone name start stop length(bp)
G12-001-119 REGR1S8017H10 2,994,549 3,026,604 32,056
G12-001-120 REGR1S7002H04 3,014,659 3,057,831 43,173

close this sectionDistribution of Our Microbial Genomic DNA clones

We have been distributing copies of the microbial genomic DNA clones constructed during the course of each of the genomic DNA sequencing projects.
You can find more detailed information at http://www.nbrc.nite.go.jp/e/mdna-e.html.