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CDS Information : SJA_C1-16230

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Sphingobium japonicum UT26S (= NBRC 101211) chromosome1

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Organism Sphingobium japonicum UT26S (= NBRC 101211)
Replicon chromosome1
Start / Stop / Direction 1,612,900 / 1,613,481 / +
Location 1612900..1613481
Type CDS
Length 582 bp (193 aa)

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Product thymidine kinase
Gene name tdk
Functional category Intermedialy metabolism
- metabolism of nucleotides and nucleic acids
EC number 2.7.1.21
Note
KEGG pathway
Sequence feature
References

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BLASTP
Database:UniProtKB:8.8
1E=2e-81Q1NC41_9SPHNThymidine kinaseAlignment
2E=4e-78Q1GVR3_SPHALThymidine kinaseAlignment
3E=2e-76KITH_NOVADThymidine kinaseAlignment
4E=4e-69KITH_ZYMMOThymidine kinaseAlignment
5E=8e-68Q2NC01_9SPHNThymidine kinaseby acc
HAMAP
Database:HAMAP:20061004
 [1-190]  34.024 MF_00124
MF_00124   KITH
InterPro
Database:interpro:16.0
IPR001267 Thymidine kinase (Family)
 [2-186]  3.4e-71 PF00265
PF00265   TK
 [1-193]  4.6e-42 PTHR11441
PTHR11441   THYMIDINE KINASE
 [173-186]  PS00603
PS00603   TK_CELLULAR_TYPE
IPR020633 Thymidine kinase, conserved site (Conserved_site)
 [173-186]  PS00603
PS00603   TK_CELLULAR_TYPE
SignalP No significant hit
TMHMM No significant hit
SOSUI No significant hit

close this sectionCalculated information (Amino acid sequence)

size of protein 193 amino acids
molecular mass 21,574.70 Da
pI 7.86
aa composition
AlaValLeuIlePheTrpProMetGlySer
12.4
(24aa)
4.7
(9aa)
10.9
(21aa)
5.2
(10aa)
4.1
(8aa)
1
(2aa)
2.1
(4aa)
2.6
(5aa)
7.3
(14aa)
5.2
(10aa)
ThrCysAsnGlnTyrLysHisArgAspGlu
5.7
(11aa)
2.6
(5aa)
2.6
(5aa)
4.1
(8aa)
3.6
(7aa)
3.1
(6aa)
1.6
(3aa)
9.3
(18aa)
5.2
(10aa)
6.7
(13aa)

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NBRC No. clone name start stop length(bp)
G18-001-071 SP1FE13L00046C10 1,596,796 1,633,268 36,473

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.