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CDS information : Chart_00070


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Organism
StrainHKI-249
Entry nameChartreusin
Contig
Start / Stop / Direction6,144 / 6,581 / + [in whole cluster]
6,144 / 6,581 / + [in contig]
Location6144..6581 [in whole cluster]
6144..6581 [in contig]
TypeCDS
Length438 bp (145 aa)
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Category5.4 hypothetical protein
Producthypothetical protein
Product (GenBank)hypothetical protein
Gene
Gene (GenBank)chaN
EC number
Keyword
Note
Note (GenBank)
Reference
ACC
PmId
[15911378] Biosynthesis of the antitumor agent chartreusin involves the oxidative rearrangement of an anthracyclic polyketide. (Chem Biol. , 2005)
Related Reference
ACC
Q2PA04
NITE
Stref_00110
PmId
[16751529] Isolation, characterization, and heterologous expression of the biosynthesis gene cluster for the antitumor anthracycline steffimycin. (Appl Environ Microbiol. , 2006)
ACC
Q9ZAT9
NITE
Adria_00050
PmId
[9864344] Doxorubicin overproduction in Streptomyces peucetius: cloning and characterization of the dnrU ketoreductase and dnrV genes and the doxA cytochrome P-450 hydroxylase gene. (J Bacteriol. , 1999)
[10631513] A two-plasmid system for the glycosylation of polyketide antibiotics: bioconversion of epsilon-rhodomycinone to rhodomycin D. (Chem Biol. , 1999)
ACC
Q53925
NITE
Actino_00020
PmId
[17227452] Possible involvement of ActVI-ORFA in transcriptional regulation of actVI tailoring-step genes for actinorhodin biosynthesis. (FEMS Microbiol Lett. , 2007)

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selected fasta
>hypothetical protein [hypothetical protein]
MTETVVPGTIGELRARVEQFYAAQMRLLDSGEAEAWADTFTEDAVFSANGRSEPTRGRTA
IAAAARLTSAELGAAGRIRRHWIGMSAVEPAGDGTVRVASYALIIETEVGGSPKVLMSTT
CDDVLVDDGGLRVRHRVVARDDIAS
selected fasta
>hypothetical protein [hypothetical protein]
ATGACCGAGACCGTGGTGCCGGGAACCATCGGCGAACTGCGCGCCCGAGTCGAGCAGTTC
TACGCCGCACAGATGCGGCTCCTCGATTCGGGGGAGGCAGAAGCATGGGCGGACACGTTC
ACCGAGGACGCCGTCTTCTCGGCCAACGGGCGCAGCGAGCCCACGCGCGGGCGCACGGCC
ATCGCCGCCGCGGCGCGTCTCACGTCCGCCGAACTGGGCGCGGCCGGCCGGATCCGGCGG
CACTGGATCGGCATGTCCGCGGTGGAGCCCGCAGGAGACGGCACGGTGCGGGTGGCGAGC
TACGCGTTGATCATCGAGACGGAGGTCGGTGGCTCACCGAAGGTGCTCATGTCGACCACG
TGTGACGACGTCCTGGTGGACGACGGTGGCCTGCGTGTGCGGCACCGCGTCGTCGCACGC
GATGACATCGCCTCCTGA

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BLASTP
Database:UniProtKB:2011_09
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InterPro
Database:interpro:38.0
No significant hit
SignalP
 [1-37]  0.117 Signal
Bacteria, Gram-positive   
TMHMM No significant hit